A team of architectural engineering students from the Durham School of Architectural Engineering and Construction earned three awards at the Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) International Student Design Competition, held at the AEI Annual Conference, April 13-15 in Denver, Colorado.
The team earned second place in the Building Integration category and first place in Electrical. Additionally, the Nebraska team also received a special award for "Sustainability: Embodied Carbon and Recylability."
Clarence Waters, the team's faculty advisor, was presented a special award for his contributions to AEI.
The Nebraska student team members included: Joey Hagge (team leader, Integration, Mechanical), Ben Weyeneth (Mechanical), Ahmed Khalil (Mechanical), Anthony Butler (Mechanical), Caleb Allerheiligen (Structural), Cailin Gentrup (Electrical), Ryan Ehresman (Structural), Garrett Quinn (Electrical), and Makayla Thompson (Electrical).
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