Lisa Hogle, a program manager in the Del E. Webb School of Construction Programs, has been recognized for achievements in her field by a major capital projects industry organization.

On April 3, she was given a Superior Technical Achievement Recognition (STAR) Award by Fiatech. The organization supports efforts to improve the design, engineering, construction and maintenance of capital projects such as refineries, power plants, health care facilities, large commercial and public buildings, infrastructure and manufacturing facilities.

Hogle was cited for helping to “bridge the gap between industry and academia” throughout several years of service on the Fiatech Academic Committee. She has helped to develop student scholarships, career workshops for students and digital poster sessions for Fiatech events.

Hogle is the program manager for Construction Research and Education for Advanced Technology (CREATE) in the Del E. Webb School of Construction Programs.

The mission of CREATE is to provide innovative and practical ways to improve the delivery process of advanced technology facilities covering the life-cycle from programming to the start of manufacturing. Its research is designed to foster collaboration between industry and academia, and to promote an interdisciplinary approach to educating students in construction research and technology transfer.

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