January 4, 2017
The Food Bank of South Jersey to host it’s second annual Canstruction event at Rutgers Camden. They are looking for architects and engineers to participate.
Get your team together today, design and build a can structure, and help fight hunger. Find out more information
About the Food Bank of South Jersey
The Food Bank of South Jersey (FBSJ) is based in Pennsauken, New Jersey and it exists to provide an immediate solution to the urgent problem of hunger by providing food to needy people, teaching them to eat nutritiously, and helping them to find sustainable ways to improve their lives. For the past 30 years, the Food Bank has provided relief to struggling families and vulnerable seniors who live in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem counties.
All of this is made possible because of partners like you. When you donate funds or food to FBSJ, you are making a genuine difference in people’s lives. For that, we say “Thank You!”
Information about Canstruction Pennsauken
February 10 – 22 (Please review the event schedule on the previous page)
Rutgers University, Student Campus Center ● 326 Penn Street ● Camden, NJ
Theme: Food Lovers
Team Next Steps
Your team should designate a Team Captain and Mentor. Thoroughly review the Team Captain Guidebook to become familiar with the Rules and Regulations, Design Principles, and the Design Process.
Teams should be actively procuring the cans of food necessary for a winning structure. The Food Bank has resources to help teams procure cans for use in the build. See foodbanksj.org for additional information.
Tuesday, January 31: deadline for submitting design sketch, dimensions, structure title & description.
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