Mount Royal, NJ - The American Institute of Constructors Education Foundation named Michael Laskowski as the first ever recipient of the Francis Dugan Scholarship.
The award, established in early 2014 to honor Francis Dugan, honors Dugan as a founding member of AIC, joining in 1971. Dugan continues to attend the AIC Annual Forum each year and contributions to the AIC and the AIC Education Foundation have been tremendous over the years and this award embodies the spirit he has shown in supporting AIC, the AIC Education Foundation and its mission.
Laskowski was selected by the AIC Education Foundation Board of Trustees after reviewing many exceptional applications. Laskowski is currently enrolled at the Milwaukee School of Engineering and is a double major in Construction Management and Architectural Engineering.
“Michael's biography is a compelling story of a hard working individual who does not give up - a person who finds a way to be successful regardless of setbacks. His hard work in the construction industry and now in creating his next path in the industry is a testament to the kind of relentless effort that represents what The Fran Dugan Scholarship is all about.” Said Andrew Wasiniak, FAIC, CPC of the AIC Education Foundation Board of Trustees.
The American Institute of Constructors Education Foundation was founded to provide educational resources and opportunities to professional constructors and construction students. For more information on the AIC Education Foundation, visit the group’s website.