Kwantlen University Engineering Teaching Aid

PROJECT OVERVIEW

This structure at the Cloverdale campus of Kwantlen Polytechnic University offers hands-on learning opportunities to the students in the school’s carpentry, welding, metal fabrication, CADD/drafting, millwright and masonry courses. The Kwantlen Teaching Aid structure is comprised of various beams and connectors, all galvanized for long-term protection from the damaging effects of outdoor exposure to rain, sun, and snow.

This project earned us a Civic Contribution award with the American Galvanizers Association. and has also been featureed in the Journal of Commerce.

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