Student Competition 2016

Date: November 17th – 18th, 2016

Venue: Meadow Suite, University Park House, University of Reading, UK

The annual highlight of the ASC Region 8 calendar, the international student competition, will be hosted in 2016 by the University of Reading. The task will be based on one of the University’s recent infrastructure investments, in conjunction with Multiplex Global, and focusing primarily on scheduling and cost control. The School of the Built Environment at Reading is internationally renowned for its research and education relating to the design, construction and operation of the buildings and places within which we live, work and play.

Regulations and entry conditions: Please see our dedicated rules page here.

Initial Brief

Please click below to download outline details of the project.

asc-region-8-student-competition-details

Registration

Please complete and return the form below by 28th October 2016.

Competition Registration Form 2016

Provisional Itinerary

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WEDNESDAY 16TH NOVEMBER
6.00pm    Optional activity for teams arriving early (details TBC)
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COMPETITION DAY ONE: THURSDAY 17TH NOVEMBER
9.30am Registration for all teams at the competition venue
10.00am Official Welcome and Project Launch
1.30pm Working Lunch
5.00pm Project Report submission
(Including ‘headline’ presentation
to be delivered on Friday morning)
6.00pm Optional activity (paid for by individuals) (Details TBC)
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COMPETITION DAY TWO: FRIDAY 18TH NOVEMBER
9.00am Registration for all teams at the competition venue
9.30am Each team deliver a ‘Headline’ presentation
(10 minute duration; 5 minute Q&A)
1.00pm Working Lunch
1.45pm Top Three teams announced
2.15pm Top Three teams interviewed for final selection process
(10 minute duration)
3.00pm Competition winner announced
5.30pm Celebration event (details TBC)
   

Recommended Accommodation

Reading University is a self-contained campus with everything you would expect (shops, bars, eateries and gym) and some things you wouldn’t (a bowling green, lake, acres of meadows and forest). Reading is a typical UK town; easily accessible from London, with the town centre close by offering a medium sized shopping centres and plenty of other places to eat and entertain.

Suggested accommodation is as follows:

Cedar’s Hotel (on campus)
 
Hillingdon Prince (5 minute walk from campus)
 
Premier Inn Reading Central (5 minute cab ride)