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53rd Alagasco Competition

Kyle Keirsey Final Drawing

Fourth year architecture celebrated the end of Fall 2014 with the 53rd annual Alagasco competition. This year's challenge was to design a new 150,000 square-foot assisted living facility in Birmingham.

View the gallery of winning entries.

Led by professors Christian Dagg, Matt Hall, Il Kim, and

Third Year Completes Concrete Comp

closeup of Morgan Tate's model for Concrete Comp

Last fall, students in ARCH 3010 and ARIA 3020, a team-taught studio led by Scott Finn and Danielle Willkens, participated in a Concrete Competition for the design of a monastery in Lanett, Alabama/West Point, Georgia.

Will Ready Metropolis Competition Finalist

Will Ready Metropolis Competition subway drawing

Will Ready, a fourth year student in the Interior Architecture Program, was chosen as a finalist in the Metropolis Workplace of the Future 2.0 competition for his entry Transitworks. The competition entry was completed in the Fall Semester Elements of Interior Architecture course directed by

Students Win Design Build Competition

Heather Redrow and Joshua Hendon win Design Build competition

College of Architecture, Design, and Construction students won First Place in the Region II 2014 Associated Schools of Construction Design-Build competition in North Carolina, October 31, 2014. The collaborative team consisted of two Architecture students and four Building Science students


MIDC Teams Win Awards in Department of Energy Competition

MIDC Team Win Dept of Energy Competitions

Graduate Students in the Master of Integrated Design and Construction (MIDC) Program in the College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC) won several awards in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Challenge Home Student Design Competition to develop cost-effective zero-energy homes for

The 2014 Alabama Forestry "Wood Competition"

This spring students in the Second Year of the architecture program traveled to Chicago to visit significant buildings of the last and present century.