A group of UOttawa Civil Engineering students won the Mike Sheflin Student Paper Competition for showcasing their best efforts in the area of Public Works Designs.
The Mike Sheflin Student Paper Competition is an annual event that features design projects from University of Ottawa and Carleton University students. This competition is sponsored by the Ottawa Valley Branch of Ontario Public Works Association[m2] . Luncheon was organized on April 10 where civil engineering students gathered with professional engineers and representatives from CSCE to showcase their final year projects in the area of Public Works Designs. Students competed for $ 550 in prize money.
The uOttawa team, composed of Danielle Perras, Alexandre St-Martin, Maxim Maisonneuve, Elodie Marcott, and Rémi St-Amour, won $350 for their design of a Tsunami-Resistant Shelter for Vancouver Island. The Carleton team receives $ 200 for their design.