Participating members from the SIUE Constructor’s Club included construction management majors, from left, are Will Zerr, a senior from St. Peters, Mo., Aaron Borrowman, a junior from Rockport, Cody Kruse, a senior from Highland, and Jordan Grant, a senior from Peoria.
Participating members from the SIUE Constructor’s Club included construction management majors, from left, are Will Zerr, a senior from St. Peters, Mo., Aaron Borrowman, a junior from Rockport, Cody Kruse, a senior from Highland, and Jordan Grant, a senior from Peoria. Provided
Participating members from the SIUE Constructor’s Club included construction management majors, from left, are Will Zerr, a senior from St. Peters, Mo., Aaron Borrowman, a junior from Rockport, Cody Kruse, a senior from Highland, and Jordan Grant, a senior from Peoria. Provided

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