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MU Senior Receives Kansas City Engineering Scholarship

Mitch DiCarlo, owner of Dicarlo Construction in Kansas City, Mo., congratulates Adam Frankenberg, recipient of the Builder's Association of Kansas City scholarship at an association banquet on February 27. Scholarship funding was provided throught the association by DiCarlo's father, the late V.S. DiCarlo.

Adam Frankenberg, Washington, recently was awarded a $3,000 scholarship from the Builders’ Association of Kansas City.

Frankenberg is the son of Gary Frenkenberg and Heike Sehrt, and a 2003 graduate of Washington Senior High School. A senior majoring in civil engineering and business, Frankenberg is a student and national member of the Engineering Ambassadors American Society of Civil Engineering. In his free time, Frankenberg is the captain in international competitions for the American Society of Civil Engineers Concrete Canoe Mix Design and the American Concrete Institute’s Concrete Cylinder teams.

The Builder’s Association of Kansas City awards the scholarship to a student interested in pursuing a career in civil engineering and construction management. Applicants are reviewed and winners selected by the Builders’ Association Scholarship Foundation Board of Directors. Selections are made based on the applicant’s motivation, scholarship, attitude, need and interest in the construction industry.

“I am honored to be a recipient of the Builders’ Association of Kansas City Scholarship,” Frankenberg said. “I would like to thank the Association for their generous support which will allow me to continue my education towards a degree in civil engineering.”

Contributed by Brittani Carter-Durant of the MU News Bureau