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Beginning with the 2019 competition year, AISC will work with host schools to organize 18 Student Steel Bridge Competition - Regional Events. For planning, convenience and team budgetary reasons, the 2019 Regional Events will largely follow the ASCE Student Conference dates and locations. However, this was not possible in all cases, so we are currently sourcing other host schools for some regions. Please take special note below. Also note, AISC's Student Steel Bridge Competition is no longer affiliated with ASCE, and all Regional Events must be distinct, separate competitions, as ASCE requested.
Please see below for Regional Event locations, dates, contacts and websites (as available). This information will be updated throughout the year, so please check back for updates!
Regional Host Schools are still being confirmed. This page will be updated as information becomes available. AISC will ensure that a competition will be held in all 18 regions.
Host school: New Jersey Institute of Technology
Dates: April 27, 2019
Contacts: Matthew Bandelt; Jakob Guido
Host school: University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
Tentative Dates: April 12, 2019
Host school: University of Oklahoma
Dates: April 12, 2019
Contacts: Prof. Chris Ramseyer
Website: Coming soon!
Mid-Pacific will not host a regional event in 2019. Instead, Mid-Pac teams will join the Pacific Northwest and Pacific Southwest regional events. Please contact Sadie Brown for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Host school: Saint Martin's University
Dates: April 12, 2019
Contacts: Prof. Jill Walsh
Host school: The University of Texas at San Antonio
Dates: April 27th, 2019
Upstate New York
Team Funding for the Regional Competition
Each U.S. school that is registered to compete in a Regional Competition receives $500 from AISC. Additionally, one faculty sponsor from each school will receive hotel reimbursement for attending the regional event.
Funding for Regional Host Schools
The Regional Host school receives $2,500 from AISC to assist with expenses incurred in organizing the Regional Competition. In addition, AISC provides competition equipment and award plaques for all of the competitions.
Teams at schools located outside of the U.S. and U.S. territories may be invited to participate in SSBC - Regional Events as Guest Teams. However, Guest Teams are not eligible to receive funding from AISC. View more on Guest Team participation here.