University of Colorado Boulder Students Tackle Real-Life Construction Scenario
Dozens of engineering students from the University of Colorado Boulder are celebrating the end of the school year with a newfound appreciation for water.
The students spent their spring semester designing water storage tanks in partnership with Denver Water.
“This was a great way for us to help these budding engineers learn about the industry,” said Doug Raitt, Denver Water engineering project manager.
To earn their engineering degrees, the students formed teams to create their own designs for Denver Water’s new Hillcrest Facility.
Learn more here: Next-gen engineers tackle real-world construction project
MWH serves as the construction manager at-risk on the $100 million Hillcrest Reservoir Basin and Pump Station Replacement Project.