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The Vecellio Construction Engineering and Management Program (VCEMP) at Virginia Tech offers opportunities, through course work and faculty research interests, for students to acquire expertise in all phases of the construction life cycle. Leading industry trends and technological innovation are hallmarks of this internationally prominent program.

The Virginia Tech Board of Visitors have approved the promotion of Mike Garvin to the rank of Professor
The Virginia Tech Board of Visitors have approved the promotion of Mike Garvin to the rank of Professor

Mike Garvin has been a member of the Virginia Tech faculty since 2005. Prior to Virginia Tech, he was a faculty member at Columbia University. Garvin’s areas of research[...]

Highlights and News
VCEMP 2020-2021 Update

Frequently Asked Questions Plans for AY20-21 for Virginia Tech and the Vecellio Construction Engineering & Management Program are under development. Below you will find answers to some frequently asked questions (FAQs). We will update this information as details are finalized. 1) Is the fall 2020 semester for MS in Civil engineering (The Vecellio Construction Engineering […]

Tripp Shealy Recipient of 2020 Faculty Fellow Award

Tripp Shealy, Assistant Professor, is a recipient of the 2020 College of Engineering Faculty Fellow Award.  Tripp Shealy enjoys the opportunity to advise and mentor Virginia Tech’s amazing and diverse students. “Every day, I get to work with undergraduate and graduate students who are driven to create positive change in their communities through research and teaching,” […]

Courage, Dignity, Respect, Compassion and Kindness

VCEMP community, Over the last several weeks, we have witnessed tragic events that have led to the deaths of three African-Americans: Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd. These deaths have occurred amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, which has already claimed over 100,000 lives in the US and nearly 400,000 globally. Each life lost was valuable. […]