The Michael L. Condon Civil Engineering Scholarship Fund was established in 2015 with a generous donation of $50,000 received from Condon-Johnson & Associates, Inc. The donation is part of a pledge from Condon-Johnson & Associates totaling $100,000. The fund honors the late Michael "Mike" Condon, co-founder of Condon-Johnson & Associates, for his contributions to the deep foundations industry.

The fund will provide scholarship awards to deserving students enrolled full time in an undergraduate or graduate civil engineering program and who are interested in pursuing a career in the deep foundations industry. The scholarship is available to students attending the following colleges: Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Cal Poly Pomona, San Diego State University, Santa Clara University, University of California-Davis, Oregon State University, Washington State University, Montana Tech, University of Colorado-Boulder and Virginia Tech.

Michael L. Condon (1947-2002)

Michael "Mike" Lawrence Condon began his career in the deep foundations industry with Kiewit Construction at the age of 23, after serving in the U.S. Air Force from 1967-1971. Very ambitious and driven to succeed, Condon began as a pile driving superintendent and was quickly promoted. An effective leader, he successfully grew a division of Kiewit and, between 1979 and 1984, was responsible for building the structural foundations that support many of San Francisco's tallest buildings.

In 1984, Mike teamed up with James Johnson to transform what was then Kulchin and Associates, a small shoring company, into a major West Coast foundation and drilling company now known as Condon-Johnson & Associates. As a driving force in the construction industry, Condon completed some of the most innovative shoring and foundation projects in the country.

Condon brought his energy and passion to everything he did in life, making him a dynamic force in the construction industry. He died unexpectedly in 2002 at the age of 54.

FOUNDING DONORS

Leader
Condon-Johnson and Associates, Inc.

Cornerstone
The Conco Companies
John Malcolm

Supporter
The Carpenter Rigging Group
Hathaway Dinwiddie
M. Byrl and Frances Williams

Donor
Deborah J. Tharp