Registrations for Australia and New Zealand's biggest Bridge Building Competition are now closed
About Aurecon Bridge Building Competition
Aurecon runs an annual school bridge building competition involving year 8 and 9 students in Australia and year 9 and 10 students in New Zealand, to raise awareness of the engineering profession among students. Aurecon and our people embrace the philosophy of giving back to the community by encouraging proactive involvement in the company’s multiple corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
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Aurecon is a global consulting, engineering, management and specialist technical services firm. With an office network extending across 27 countries, Aurecon has been involved in projects in over 80 countries worldwide. We seek to foster human achievement in all aspects of our work. Read more >
The 2016 Bridge Building Competition is now closed!
Registrations for schools in Australia and New Zealand are now closed.
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Words from past participants
“The students loved the challenge of constructing something themselves, finding out information on their own and learning the meaning behind compressive and tensile forces.”
Bryan Sapsworth, teacher King's College, NZ
Participating in this competition was a very valuable experience which gave me an appreciation for the challenges and rewards of a career in engineering.
India Rose, Student, St Pius X High School, Aus
“We value high quality experiences like this that encourage and challenge students to use their ability and talent to realise their full potential.”
Robert Emery, Principal St Pius X School, Aus
“Students benefit greatly from the experience of needing to effectively utilise teamwork skills throughout the entire design and construction process, while working to a tight schedule.”
David Staehr, teacher Kaniva College, Aus