Larry Cormicle, senior lecturer in civil, construction and environmental engineering (CCEE) at Iowa State University was named Weitz Faculty Fellow. This fellowship is the result of the Weitz Fund for Excellence in Construction Engineering, established by The Weitz Company in 2004.
“The Weitz Company has had a long-standing relationship with Iowa State University and the Construction Engineering program, both as a resource for recruiting talent and as a client. We are very pleased to be able to provide support to Mr. Cormicle, as he continues his work to educate the construction professionals of tomorrow and advance the industry,” says Mike Tousley, executive vice president, The Weitz Company.
Larry Cormicle is an internationally recognized leader in construction engineering education. He joined the Iowa State University CCEE department in 2002. Since then he has been a dedicated, passionate leader in Iowa State’s construction engineering program – internship coordinator, Associated General Contractors chapter adviser, National Association of Home Builders chapter adviser, and coach and adviser for the annual Associated Schools of Construction teams. He also teaches courses in construction planning, scheduling and control as well as construction engineering and design.