|F. Eugene Rebholz received a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering from Iowa State University in 1966, a Masters of Engineering from Penn State University in 1969 and an M.B.A. from Bradley University in 1976. He began teaching in 1969 and after retiring in 2008 is an Associate Professor Emeritus at Bradley University.He is a registered Professional Engineer in Illinois and worked as an estimator, superintendent, engineer, and structural designer as well as a consultant to a number of insurance companies, firms and individuals in areas of collapse, damage, workmanship, and construction recommendations. Gene received the Outstanding Faculty Award for the Department of Civil Engineering and Construction twice. He was also involved in various professional and service organizations.
He served the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) for many years as the national President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer, as Regional Director and in numerous committee activities. He is a member of Sigma Lambda Chi and served as its National Vice President and as a local chapter advisor.
Some of his most amusing and enjoyable contributions to the ASC conferences were his resolutions made at the conclusion of each conference listing the whereas’ of the conference (listing all of the humorous, odd or unusual things that happened at the conference) and wherefore, closing the conference.
California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly), San Luis Obispo, CA
Outstanding Educator Award
Outstanding Researcher Award
Regional Excellence Teaching Award
Best Conference Paper Award
“A BIM-based Approach for Communicating and Implementing a Construction Site Safety Plan’
Best Conference Paper – Honorable Mention Award
“Risk Perception and Culture Differences of Latinos across Residential, Commercial, and Heavy Civil Construction’
Outgoing Regional Director
Todd Dunn – Director of Region I
- Faculty Awards