UGA Students Put Theory Into Practical Use
Students visit the Caterpillar construction site to tour the holistic facility operation, review the mechanical systems and visualize the relationships of roof collection areas and site topography. Shown from left are Jack Duvall, project superintendent, Gray Construction; Ron Jackson, project architect, Gray Construction; students Brandon Pangrazio, Martin Davis, Jon Janssen Mehul Patel and Elvin Samuel; and Chuck Gulledge, project mechanical engineer, AC Corp.
Tom Lawrence, faculty advisor, University of Georgia; Chuck Gulledge, project mechanical engineer, AC Corp.; and students Jon Janssen, Jake Hightower, Mehul Patel, Martin Davis and Brandon Pangrazio.
ATHENS, Ga.—Senior engineering students from the University of Georgia are participating in design of anew 826,300 sq. ft. Caterpillar mini hydraulic excavator/small track-type tractor Assembly Facility in Athens, Ga.