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Construction Management Department

What We Do

The Construction Management Department prepares students for careers centered on the management of construction projects.

Department Type
Office Location
101B Thurston Hall

Programs in Construction Management include a balanced focus on technical construction knowledge - like methods and materials, thermal comfort, and building layout - and the managerial, financial, and planning skills necessary for completing construction projects successfully.


Throughout the curriculum, there are consistent emphases on such broad strengths as excellence in oral and written communication, an understanding of the social and cultural dynamics of the construction industry, and the qualities of ethical business practice and the principles of social responsibility.

Gregory S. Benincasa '83, President
HR Beebe Incorporated

Nicole Bouteiller ‘11, Project Manager
BBL, Inc.

Geoff Brandt, Director of Warehouse Operations
Benchmark Construction​​​​​​​

Randolph J. Collins '83, Principal
Collins and Scoville Architects, P.C.

Christopher Crolius '80, Principal
MARCH Associates

Rory DeJohn '77, Senior Vice President
Turner Construction Company

Andrew R. Hislop '84, President & CEO
Lecesse Construction

Gary Metzgar, Construction Operation Specialist 
John W. Danforth Company

Christian W. Meyer '79, President
Meyer Contracting Corporation

Frank Montana, Senior Project Manager
Energy Performance Solutions, Siemens Industry, Inc.

Patrick Mulvihill ’14, Superintendent
Gilbane, Inc.

Jeffrey Senft ’76, President
S&O Construction Services

Gary Thurston ’68, Chairman/CEO
The Hayner Hoyt Corporation

Jeremy Thurston ’00, President
The Hayner Hoyt Corporation

Thomas Wilson '86, Founder/Principal
TW&A Construction Management

Public Information on Utica College's Construction Management Department and Programs can be found here:

CM Public Information

Utica College's Construction Management Program is accredited by ACCE (The American Council for Construction Education). The mission of ACCE is to be a leading global advocate of quality construction education; and to promote, support, and accredit quality construction education programs.

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Student Resources

Links, forms, and other helpful resources for students enrolled in the Utica College Construction Management Program.

Please find the Exit Interview for the Utica College Construction Management Program below:

CM Program Exit Interview

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