Canadian National Steel Bridge Competition 2020
May 14-17, 2020
For the last four years, Canadian universities conceive, build and assemble steel bridges respecting a realistic scenario. To distinguish themselves from other teams, a compromise must be made between the architectural aspect, technical and economic.
The Competition allows students to deepen their knowledge with a practical project. This human experience develops their interpersonal and professional skills. It encourages innovation and creates relationships between students and the industry.
The Canadian National Steel Bridge Competition 2020 will be hosted by Western University in London, Ontario from May 14-17, 2020.
- FUN 80% 80%
- ENGINEERING 100% 100%
- TEAM SPIRIT 60% 60%
2020 COMPETITION INFORMATION
|Thursday, May 14th||Afternoon/Evening||Registration||Western University|
|Friday, May 15th||Morning||Bridge Display||Thompson Arena|
|Afternoon||Oral Presentations||Western University|
|Saturday, May 16th||Morning||Bridge Assembly||Thompson Arena|
|Sunday, May 17th||Morning||Free Time||—|
|Evening||Banquet||Double Tree Hilton|
Senior Bridge Engineer
Director, Engineering Services
Structural Engineer, Senior Associate
Eng., M.Eng., Ph.D.
2019 RESULTS CONGRATULATIONs!
For the fourth year in a row, ÉTS won the Competition thanks to a good overall performance.
Straight from China, the team was able to compete with North American competitors and carve a place for the second step of the podium.
With the lightest bridge and an outstanding oral presentation, the UBC team won 3rd place in the 2019 edition.
Marie-Pier Diotte Jr. Eng.
CNSBC Director & Technical Manager
Graduate from ÉTS in 2017, Marie-Pier is doing her master’s degree part-time while being a junior projects engineer. Having always been involved, she is now the General Director and Technical Manager of the Canadian National Steel Bridge Competition.
During her bachelor’s degree, she has been part of the Pont d’acier Hercule for 5 years. Captain in 2017 and co-captain in 2015-2016 her experience is precious for the committee.
Her positive, rigid and innovative leadership makes her a cornerstone of our team!
Michael Dolen Jr. Eng.
The competition flourished because of the initiative of two individuals: Éric Lachance-Tremblay and Jean-Luc Martel, former ETS students, who worked with the CSCE and the CISC to develop a high level civil engineering competition. The aforementioned partners had a vision of a competition that will grow to a national level, just like the Student Steel Bridge Competition of ASCE in the United States (where some Canadian universities were already competing). Their involvement, dedication and passion have given birth to this incredible competition.
Éric Lachance Tremblay
Founder of the competition
Founder of the competition
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