Father and son duo create a legacy of scholarships at ASU

Jerry Meek (right) and his son Jeremy, the president and vice president of Desert Star Construction, initiated two scholarship funds at the Del E. Webb School of Construction. The scholarships support construction management students who aspire to work in the luxury custom homebuilding industry. / Photo by Robert Mayfield / ASU

 

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A sincere desire to invest in the next generation of construction trade contractors and luxury homebuilders has inspired a father and son duo to support Arizona State University’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering as a part of their legacy.

Jerry Meek and his son Jeremy, the president and vice president of Desert Star Construction (DSC) — a Scottsdale-based luxury homebuilding company — have initiated two scholarship funds for students in the Del E. Webb School of Construction, a part of the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, one of the six Fulton Schools. The scholarships are helping efforts to revive the residential construction industry and advance Arizona’s luxury homebuilding market.

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