Nick Woodrow | 29 Jul 2016

CEMAR to sponsor World Record attempt at the Institution of Civil Engineers

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) will open a brand new exhibition space in their refurbished library this Autumn with their first event called Bridge Engineering.  CEMAR are proud to sponsor the grand opening and centrepiece of this exhibition which is an attempt to build the World’s longest spanning LEGO bridge.

CEMAR Director and chartered member of the ICE, Nick Woodrow, suggested the idea as a civil engineering challenge that would require conventional design and build principles but would also add an element of fun and reach out to visitors of all ages –

“When you think of the number of engineers who must have grown up experimenting with LEGO structures, it seemed a natural choice for the bridge construction. The attempt to beat the World Record adds an exciting element and we hope to inspire many of tomorrow’s engineers.”

For the full story visit https://www.ice.org.uk/news/ice-to-mark-opening-of-new-exhibition-space.

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