The Team

Mark Oliviera
President
Senior at CSUS
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In 2012, Mark Oliviera competed as a member in the CSUS Preconstruction Team at the ASC Student Competition (RENO).

From Mark:




Sean Davis
Vice-President
Senior at CSUS
cmsavicepres@gmail.com
In 2011 and 2012, Sean Davis competed as a member in the CSUS Heavy Civil Team at the ASC Student Competition (RENO).

From Sean:


Rosni S. Pann
Treasurer
Junior at CSUS
rosni.pann@gmail.com
In 2012, Rosni Pann competed as a member in the CSUS DPR Risk Team at the ASC Student Competition (RENO).

From Rosni:


Alyssa Zayas
Co-Events Coordinator
Junior at CSUS
alyssadzayas@gmail.com
In 2012, Alyssa Zayas competed as a member in the CSUS Design Build Team at the ASC Student Competition (RENO)  as their Estimator.
She has been working at Swinerton Builders (Northern California Region) since February 2012 and is currently working on the Jackson Rancheria Hotel & Casino Expansion Project.

From Alyssa:
After a long journey though community college, and the transfer process into Sac
State, I can finally say I see the light at the end of the tunnel. With four 
semesters left in my undergraduate career, I anxiously await the day I walk across
the stage as a Construction Management graduate. 

At this time hopefully I will be
entertaining a job offer from one or two companies that will give me the 
opportunity to grow my career in the construction industry. I plan to apply myself
and gain experience in the field for a couple of years, then go back to college to
earn my MBA or a Masters in Construction Management. In the end, I hope to become
a seasoned veteran in construction industry. I hope to expand my expertise on every
project I come into contact with and have a good time while doing it. 
Forever learning.


Forest Podva
Co-Events Coordinator
Junior at CSUS
In 2012, Juan Perez competed as a member in the CSUS DPR Risk Team at the ASC Student Competition (RENO).

From Juan:


Nathaniel Boyer
CMSA’s Volunteer Coordinator
Senior at CSUS
nateb528@gmail.com

From Nate:
Growing up all I knew was construction. My dad started his company with just the tools in his truck,
and I have witnessed him grow his company into a very successful business. I aspire to maintain the
same work ethic I observed him demonstrate for so many years. As a kid I was on every job site my 
dad ever had. I started as a laborer cleaning the sites, and began to learn the trade as I grew 
older. I have experience in all forms of carpentry and concrete work. I am just as interested in the
financial part of construction as I am the building. I currently own several houses that I use as
profit generators and have obtained my real estate license. I love to build things with my own hands
and I build and sell rustic furniture on the side while I am in school as well. I originally came to
Sac State to play football and after three years of that I transferred into this program. I truly
believe that this program is the best major on campus and I am incredibly proud to be a part of it. 

More than anything else I want to be known as someone whose work ethic is second to none.  I do not
have one specific field I would like to enter into; I just want it to be a field I love.  Eventually
in my career I would like to be involved heavily in the housing market, buying, fixing, and selling
houses.  This program has been a challenging one and I have really enjoyed it.  I look forward to 
graduating and taking on the larger challenges that await me in the construction industry.


Juan Perez
Secretary
Junior at CSUS
In 2012, Juan Perez competed as a member in the CSUS DPR Risk Team at the ASC Student Competition (RENO).

From Juan:
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