Students Win Eco Concrete, Egg Protection Device Competitions

The American Concrete Institute’s annual competition explores the benefits and sustainable properties of concrete.


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The American Concrete Institute’s annual competition explores the benefits and sustainable properties of concrete.
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Students Win Eco Concrete, Egg Protection Device Competitions

The American Concrete Institute’s annual competition explores the benefits and sustainable properties of concrete.

Students Win Eco Concrete, Egg Protection Device Competitions

The American Concrete Institute (ACI) has announced the winners of its annual Egg Protection Device Competition, and Eco Concrete Competition. The competitions took place at the recent ACI Fall 2017 Convention in Anaheim, CA. The first, second, third, and fourth place teams received cash awards.

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Photo: American Concrete Institute (ACI)

The objective of the Egg Protection Device is to design and build the highest-impact-load resistant plain or reinforced concrete Egg Protection Device, and to learn about concrete’s sustainable benefits related to durability, impact resistance, and other real-life aspects which an EPD simulates.

1st Place: Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería:  Kevin Arturo Laines Velarde, Ronald Bryan Valderrama Castro, Alex Condori Salluca, Christiams Jesús Santos Accor, Jason Luis Villalobos Pineda. Faculty Advisor –Ing. José C. Masías Guillén

2nd Place: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana – Azcapotzalco: Leiding Guadalupe García Gutiérrez, Allyson Melisa López Díaz, Juan Carlos Hernández Mora, Eduardo Osorio Rosas, Juan Carlos Trejo Juárez, José Luis Vivar Emiterio. Faculty Advisor M. E. José Juan Guerrero Correa

3rd Place: San Jose State University: Amer Zreika, Andrea Coto, Carmen Cutay, Jesus Ramos, Komalpreet Kaur, Rami Zayed. Faculty Advisor – Dr. Akthem Al-Manaseer

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Photo: American Concrete Institute (ACI)

The objective of the Eco Concrete Competition is to promote the idea of environmental performance in concrete mixture design as an important aspect of sustainability. Teams had the mission to develop an innovative concrete mixture, which had the lowest possible environmental impacts while maintaining optimal mechanical and durability performances.

1st Place: University of Sherbrooke: Cedric Gauthier, Charles-Etienne Bouchard, Philippe Dubois, Sebastien Cloutier, Redha Esselami. Faculty Advisor – Arezki Tagnit-Hamou

2nd Place: Valparaiso University: Rebecca Valliere, Jeffrey Moore, Grace Jackson. Faculty Advisor – Jacob Henschen

3rd Place: New Jersey Institute of Technology: Jennifer Guerrero, Stephon De Silva, Nikolaos Benyamin, and Marco Fernandez. Faculty Advisor – Anlee Orama

4th Place: California State University, Chico: Hayden Kaae, Cody Stauffer, Danny Lakowski, Steve Smythe, Damien Bonis. Faculty Advisor – Dr. Mohammed Albahttiti

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