This year’s competition took place at California State University, Long Beach. On the first day, all teams set up a spot on campus to showcase their concrete canoes, steel bridges, and concrete bowling balls!
Canoe Race day took place at the Marine Stadium in Long Beach, California. It was a great day to paddle, lay on the beach, socialize with friends, and compete! At the end of the day, our team surprised our Canoe Captains by dunking them into the water.
The awards banquet was held at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Long Beach. USC placed 3rd overall in the conference!
Congratulations to our Geotech Team, who has showed major improvement from last year. Though they did face difficulties with their wooden supports, their paper geowall stood strong – even enough to withhold the weight of someone standing on it!
This year’s mystery event brought famous phone all games alive! Teams competed in three challenges representing Angry Birds, Temple Run, and Fruit Ninja. Thank you to Kimley Horn for organizing this event at PSWC, and congratulations to USC for taking home 1st Place in this event!
This year’s transportation competition revolved around a highway interchange. All competitors created an informational board and presented to a panel.
The surveying team worked hard with total station to measure the distance between two land points and estimate the elevation of a distant object.
Kan jam is one of the annual sports events at PSWC where participants throw a Frisbee and attempt to dunk it into a can.
Congrats to the USC Team for scoring second place this year in the environmental engineering competition! As always, teams built a water filtration system to clean a contaminated sample.
This year’s concrete bowling ball took on a Pixar and Toy Story theme! The ball resembled the iconic Pixar ball, a recurring item in all Pixar movies that made its debut in “Luxo Jr.”