First and second place winners will be awarded in the integration category. Additionally, first and second place winners will be awarded in each of the discipline-specific, technical categories: construction, lighting/electrical, mechanical, and structural.
Innovation awards will be awarded to the teams that best address the challenges presented in the 2020 Competition Challenge. The Innovation awards are at the jury’s discretion and are not tied to any particular technical category.
This year four universities, University of Cincinnati, Kansas State University, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and The Pennsylvania State University, competed in the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) International Student Design Competition (ISDC) on April 9. University of Nebraska-Lincoln earned first place honors in the Building Integration Systems and Mechanical Systems categories. The Pennsylvania State University won first place honors in the Construction, Electrical Systems, and Structural Systems categories. Additionally, University of Nebraska-Lincoln won two awards for Outstanding Achievement in Innovation, while The Pennsylvania State University won one award for Outstanding Achievement in Innovation.