Architectural engineering students win awards at AEI Competition

Architectural engineering students win awards at AEI Competition

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A student team from The Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction took second place overall at the recent Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) Competition.
A student team from The Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction took second place overall at the recent Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) Competition.

A team of six students from The Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction earned UNL's highest finish ever at an Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) Competition March 31-April 1 in Worcester, Massachusetts.

The UNL team finished second in the Integration category, which takes into account a team's finish in the other four categories -- Electrical, Structural, Mechanical and Construction -- for their design of a high-rise building,  

UNL earned first place in Electrical (with team members Katie Gilg, Adam Mackenzie and Jacob Clatanoff) and runner-up in Mechanical (Brianna Brass and Ben Mackenzie). Jacob Pulfer competed in Structural.