Canadian National WATER TREATMENT Competition 2024
Université Laval, Québec
Water quality is something that permeates everyday life for everybody. Students analyze, design, and create filters that clean and treat water that simulates contaminated water in real life to develop their skills as future water resources engineers. Teams are evaluated on the construction of the filter, presentation and reporting skills, and the final quality of the treated water.
The competition provides a place where students can apply their knowledge to a practical project that simulates real world conditions. The opportunity to use classroom skills in a team project built with their own hands allows participants to develop their engineering, teamwork, and fabrication skills while also providing industry connections across Canada.
The 2024 Canadian National Water Treatment Competition will be hosted at Université Laval in Québec, Quebec. Dates to be confirmed.
- FUN 80% 80%
- ENGINEERING 100% 100%
- TEAM SPIRIT 60% 60%
2024 COMPETITION INFORMATION
Senior Bridge Engineer
Director, Engineering Services
Structural Engineer, Senior Associate
Eng., M.Eng., Ph.D.
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.