Construction Management

Community Service

Application For Community Service Projects

Students Seek Community Service Project Proposals

Students from California State University, Chico’s College of Engineering, Computer Science and Construction Management and a board of community advisors are seeking proposals for the students’ 2018 Community Service Project. Contact the Construction Management office for proposal information.

Each year, construction management students plan and lead a community service project from start to finish. Past projects have included:

  • Caper Acres Children's Swings Project (2017-2018)
  • Camelot Equestrian Park (2018-present)
  • Chico Children’s Museum (2016-2017)
  • Patrick Ranch Garden Project (2017)
  • Boy Scout Camp Lassen (2016-2017)
  • JetChico (2016)
  • Veterans Building Re-roof and HVAC upgrade (2015)
  • Salvation Army Duplex (2014)
  • Barn raising at the local Patrick Ranch Museum (2013)
  • Rebuilding homes in tornado-struck Joplin, Missouri (2012)
  • Building upgrades for Torres Shelter (2010)
  • Building homes for Catalyst Services for victims of Domestic Violence –2 homes (2010), 2 homes (2011)
  • Responding to the needs of fire survivors in Concow, California (2009)
  • Rebuilt 14 houses damaged by Hurricane Katrina (2006-2008)

Students spend months organizing and preparing for execution of the selected project. They are guided by a community advisory board and faculty from the College of Engineering, Computer Science and Construction Management (ECC).

Typical project guidelines include:

  • Organizations must be not-for-profit and classified as charitable, educational or cultural.
  • Funding for tools, equipment, materials and project supportive services can be included in the applicant’s project request. Fundraising requirements for project needs may be a deterrent to project selection depending on the magnitude of requested funding.
  • Applicants must complete the CSU, Chico ECC Application for Community Service Projects form, found at the bottom of the page.
  • Be clear and specific in the application. Incomplete or vague applications will generate questions, which will only delay a decision.
  • Selected organization(s) will be expected to execute a mutually agreed upon MOU.  Please review the non-negotiable insurance requirements prior to submitting an application (sample MOU is attached to the application).
  • E-mail the completed form to
  • Applications will be accepted throughout the year, and selected at the end of August annually.

For more information, please contact Alan Bond at 530-898-6355 or

Ribbon cutting at Caper Acres playground event