Building Science Student Served as CADC’s Fall Commencement Marshal

Jordan Sibley of Auburn, Alabama, was selected as the College of Architecture, Design and Construction (CADC) student marshal for Auburn University’s fall 2021 commencement, which was held December 10-11.

Sibley received a Bachelor of Science in building construction with a minor in business. He served as a CADC Ambassador and recently finished his term as vice-president of the Auburn student chapter of Associated General Contractors of America. Sibley graduated with a perfect GPA.

While studying at Auburn, Sibley completed a remote internship with the United States Department of State Bureau of Overseas Building Operations, working on a team of interns to analyze construction schedules for a new U.S. embassy building in Mexico City. Sibley also completed two internships with Brasfield & Gorrie in Birmingham and joined the company full-time as an Assistant Virtual Design + Construction Coordinator upon graduating.

CADC’s Administrator of Student Recruitment, Katherine Buck-Chastain, said that Sibley was a true asset to the college’s recruitment team. “As an ambassador he never hesitated to give of his time to ensure that all prospective students considering Building Science were met with a smiling face,” she stated. “I am so proud of all the work he did while he was at Auburn, and I know he will excel in industry upon graduation!” Professor Paul Holley stated, “Jordan has been an outstanding and thoughtful student. He is clearly a respected leader among his classmates, and his demeanor and attitude are contagious!”