architectural engineering - future city competition

Lawrence Tech supports Future City competition 

 

 

Future City competitionFaculty and students of Lawrence Tech’s architectural engineering program took the lead role in establishing a special award, Architectural Engineering of an Integrated, High Performing City, in support of the Future City regional competition sponsored by the Engineering Society of Detroit.

The award was won by Team 3 from the Detroit Edison Public School Academy. Teams were judged on their efforts in energy savings, sustainable living practices, team work, and integration of buildings systems, technology, and the environment.

 

Posing with one of the winning teams at the Future City regional competition are architectural engineering freshman Chris Fazzalare (L) and on the right, admissions counselor Kimberly Light, College Professor Filza Walters, director of Lawrence Tech’s architectural engineering program, and civil engineering graduate student Mishi Joshi.