ARCHENGBUILD 2020 EVENT: 8TH TO 10TH SEPTEMBER 2020
The ArchEngBuild Challenge involves 30 of New Zealand’s top final-year students in architecture, engineering or construction management. Over 3 days, students collaborate in 10 teams of three (one from each discipline) to respond to one real-life client brief.
The teams’ mission is to enhance the environment of the host town or city while also demonstrating effective inter-disciplinary collaboration.
This years event has been delayed due to COVID-19 and will now be held on 8th to 10th September 2020. Please submit your nomination to email@example.com by 31 July 2020.
The winning team receives a $7,500 prize, awarded at a prize-giving event at the end of the competition.
Challenge participants are selected from a pool of student self-nominations or nominations by representatives from tertiary education organisations (for example, heads of department or lecturers).
Learn more about what the ArchEngBuild Challenge involves:
Student self-nominations are currently open until 31 July 2020.
Final-year students will be able to nominate themselves by emailing a short CV and a brief summary of why they should be accepted for the ArchEngBuild Challenge to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tertiary provider nominations
Student nominations are currently open until 31 July 2020.
Representatives from tertiary education providers will be able to nominate a top final-year student by emailing a short CV and a brief summary of why their nominee should be accepted for the ArchEngBuild Challenge to email@example.com.
Sponsors, supporters and mentors
ArchEngBuild is possible thanks to our sponsors, supporters and mentors from the building and construction industry, as well as tertiary education providers who teach architecture, engineering and building courses.
If you are interested in sponsoring or mentoring, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ArchEngBuild is sponsored by:
- Concrete NZ
- Wood Processors & Manufacturers Association of New Zealand
- New Zealand Timber Design Society
- Wood Industry Development and Education Trust.
ArchEngBuild is supported by:
The ArchEngBuild Challenge is funded by the Building Research Levy.