Here are the results for all of the competitions for this year's ASCE Mid-Pacific Conference.
Read about our various competitve events down below! Click the link to see the results for each competition and click on the images for each event to see the rules.
Students design and build a temporary shelter for a displaced dog during the aftermath of a disaster or emergency.
Students design, construct, and race a canoe made out of concrete. Arguably the most competitive civil engineering competition in the world, schools fight to keep their national championship hopes from sinking.
Students design a water filter to be constructed on site, and test the efficiency of the assembled filter by treating contaminated water. In this competition, teams are scored based on a design paper, construction efficiency, water test results, and a presentation.
Students design, present, construct, and test to failure a Mechanically Stabilized Earthwall (MSE) using strips of paper. For this challenge, engineering teams are judged and scored based on their presentation poster and the efficiency and quality of their reinforcement design.
The design poster rules can be found here.
The competition appendices, which includes the material specifications, judging/scoring rubrics, and safety appendix, can be found here.