student competition

2016 Connections Cafe & Awards Night

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 Winners of the 2016 CSC Student Design Competition

CSC Student Design Competition Co-Chair, Cathie Schneider is the Master of Ceremonies during the Awards Presentation May 19th, 2016 at Connections Cafe. This annual networking event for professionals in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industries was held at THEMUSEUM in downtown Kitchener, a section of the former Goudies department store adjoining 8 Queen Street (subject building chosen for the competition). Conceptual drawings & floor plans from six winning student teams were exhibited for attendees to explore in a relaxed and informal setting in advance of the Awards Ceremony.

The 2017 CSC Student Design Competition is on facebook at facebook.com/CSCDesignCompetition

In the News…

http://rsid.ryerson.ca/news/csc-competition-2016

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CSC & the Case of the Illustrious Industrious City (Act 1 Scene 3)

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2 minute trailer captures the vision for Goudies Lane

Students from Ryerson’s School of Interior Design tour the building at 8 Queen Street in downtown Kitchener on January 25th, 2016. The former Goudies Department Store is the site of the 2016 Design Competition sponsored by Construction Specifications Canada, Grand Valley & Toronto Chapters.  Winning entries will be on display at an invitation only networking event for the local design and construction industry on May 19th at THEMUSEUM.

Shout out to Frank & Steve Voisin for their generous support, enthusiasm and for sharing their vision of a downtown core we could brag about

Act 1 Scene 2

More about the Design Competition  here

cscdesigncompetition.com
Ryerson School of Interior Design
8queen.com
Nith Valley Construction
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collage_CONNECTIONS CAFE 2016

Student Design Awards LIVE at Connections Cafe May 20th – UPDATED

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Connections Cafe 2015 live stream inviteWatch Event Slideshow here

Construction Canada announcement here

Connections Café is about meeting with our colleagues in the design & construction community to discuss trends in the industry, share stories and make plans for the future.  On May 20th at 7pm we will proudly introduce the top five winning teams of the 2015 CSC Student Design Competition

in celebration of the outstanding effort by all contestants & faculty

and   the empowering inspiration of community & creativity

Segments of the evening will be videotaped to share with friends of CSC across the country in recognition of the contributions of many supporters, especially our sponsors!

join us at:   http://www.ustream.tv/channel/csc-design-competition

Construction Canada online here

Following Connections Cafe, a display of the top five entries will be available for public viewing

at the Fashion History Museum at 74 Queen Street East in Cambridge

CSC is Tapping the Future

Tune in on May 20th!

join the live stream here at 7pm

View the Connections Cafe 2015 live stream invitation

contest background here

The Return of the BeeHive

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Hespeler Village ‘tedx’ talk

Gorilla recording Jan 16th at the Riverbank Lofts 

Presentation to students of

Ryerson University’s School of Interior Design 

during their site orientation

CSC Design Competition 2014 Montage

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Team Touch takes first place

The CSC Student Design Competition 2014 is one of the outreach initiatives spawned by the Grand Valley Chapter of Construction Specifications Canada. With the assistance of neighbouring chapters, Toronto & Hamilton-Niagara and with the generous support at the CSC National level, this competition was made possible.
This video begins with a slide show expressing the initial invitation extended to local design students to dream, to dazzle and to breath new life into this dormant yet majestic and historic building and captures the excitement Thursday evening at Connections Cafe during the 2014 CSC National Conference May 21st to 25th. Broadcasting live from the Crowne Plaza in Kitchener, the top five student proposals were acknowledged and the winners announced among a cheering crowd of leaders in the construction industry including architects & contractors, specification writers & manufacturers, Participating schools included The University of Waterloo School of Architecture, Ryerson University, Conestoga College & Sheridan College.