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Synergis Student Competitions are back for a Third year.
Welcome to a new challenge. For the 2012-13 school year, we have changed up the Architecture competition and are still offering additional cash prizes for Manufacturing Design around the F1.
Registration opens November 1! Competitions are open to any students currently in grades 7-12.
All entries must be received by the date on each guideline in a hard copy (disk or thumb drive) format. Please see Competition Outlines for complete instructions.
Architecture Design Competition
This year, the project is about Adaptive Reuse. A good portion of today's construction is re-construction projects. In this real-world scenario, students will begin with AutoCAD drawings of existing buildings and create a space for a children’s museum while respecting the era of the original building’s design.
Please note the pictures and drawings are of several buildings, so this is a fictional building. If you are interested in doing light or energy analysis, please feel free to pick a location in Bucks County, PA with the front of the building facing south.
This year again, our professional designers and engineers will pick the top three designs and post them to Facebook for social voting.
Drawings. (In the process of being posted, in the mean time, please email email@example.com to request them)
Mechanical - F1 Competition: And the winners are:
Third Place: The Screaming Eagles, South Park High School
Second Place: Ruch International, Wilson West Middle School
First Place: Lunar Racing, Pine-Richland High School
Similar to last year, we supported the F1 competitions by allowing those students and any other students in NJ or PA the opportunity to design a car and enter that design for cash prizes.
Teams followed the 2011-12 Pennsylvania F1 rules. Participation in the F1 Competition and actual production of the car are not required to enter in the Synergis F1 Design Competition.