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AISC Registration

To register for the 2019 AISC Steel Bridge Competition
  1. Send an email to aisc.northcentralregion@gmail.com with the subject "School" Registration. A confirmation email will be sent out with an Excel file.  
  2. Fill out the Excel file which will ask for information about each conference attendee. This includes each attendee's name, t-shirt size, and their banquet meal choice.
  3. Send the filled out Excel file back to aisc.northcentralregion@gmail.com.
  4. Send a check for the total amount of attendees (for the competition and banquet) from your university by March 1st, 2019. *
  5. After receiving both the Excel file and check, a confirmation email will be sent. 
  6. Show up to the competition and have a great time. 
 
Send Checks to:

University of Michigan ASCE

ATTN: AISC Competition

2350 Hayward Street

2105 GG Brown Building

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2125

 

Make checks payable to: University of Michigan ASCE Student Chapter

    (Memo: Conference School Registration)

 

*Breakdown of fees:

Each conference attendee (student, faculty, or friends) must pre-register for the event. The registration fee for every conference participant is $25 and there is an additional $25 fee for the banquet meal Saturday evening.  Please fill out the following page and send payment to:

 

The $25 registration fee covers the following:

  • Friday night snacks

  • Saturday breakfast

  • Saturday lunch

  • Conference program & badge

  • Conference t-shirt

  • Parking fees

 

$25 Banquet Fee (covers the banquet meal Saturday night)

 

*Late Registration:

Any registrations postmarked after March 1, 2019 must pay a late registration fee of $100. Any students, faculty, or friends that arrive at the conference without pre-registering must pay the late registration fee at check-in.

 

 

 

 

 

STATEMENT FROM AISC

The Student Steel Bridge Competition (SBBC) is a program sponsored by the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC). AISC works with host schools to plan the Regional Events and the National Finals.


All of the Regional Events, as well as the National Finals are based on the 2019 Rules document that describes the competition and states the official rules.

 

Top finishers at the 2019 Regional Events qualify to compete at the 2019 National Finals to be held at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, May 31 - June 1.

 

Any questions regarding the competition in general, 2019 Rules, or National Finals can be directed to universityprograms@aisc.org.