In addition, each winning school will receive a complete package of PCA’s StructurePoint software, a retail value of $8,900.
StructurePoint combines concrete design software with an array of structural engineering resources to offer a convenient single point of access for design software, support, product specifications, educational tools, and technical information. The software productivity suite provides programs for the analysis and design of reinforced concrete buildings and structures. More information is available at www.StructurePoint.org.
Winners and their faculty sponsors will be notified of the competition results directly. A list of winning projects will be sent to all participating faculty sponsors, as well as posted on the ACSA website at www.acsa-arch.org. Prize-winning submissions will be exhibited at the ACSA Annual Meeting and the AIA National Convention and posted on the ACSA and Portland Cement Association websites.