Canadian National Concrete Canoe Competition
École Polytechnique de Montréal
May 15 – 18th, 2019
For the last 24 years, Canadian universities are building concrete canoes and are evaluated on academic, technical and sports aspects. A special feature is that the canoe must float when completely filled with water and need to accommodate up to four people to do races.
The competition offers the opportunity to engineering students to apply theories and concepts learned in class through a challenging project. For many future engineers, this is a first
The 25th edition of the Canadian National Concrete Canoe Competition will be hosted by École Polytechnique de Montréal in Montreal, Quebec from May 15 – 18th, 2019.
- FUN 80% 80%
- ENGINEERING 100% 100%
- TEAM SPIRIT 60% 60%
2019 COMPETITION INFORMATION
• Dalhousie University
• École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS)
• École Polytechnique de Montréal
• McGill University
• Queen’s University
• Ryerson University
• Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
• Université de Moncton
• Université de Sherbrooke
• Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
• Université Laval
• University of British Columbia
• University of Ottawa
• University of Toronto
• University of Victoria
• University of Waterloo
• University of Windsor
• Western University
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2018 RESULTS CONGRATULATIONs!
ÉTS wins first place at the 2018 edition of the Canadian National Concrete Canoe Competition thanks to their final product and their performance at the different races.
École Polytechnique de Montréal wins the second place at the 2018 edition of the Canadian National Concrete Canoe Competition thanks to their technical report and their final product.
Université de Sherbrooke has reached the podium of the 2018 edition of the Canadian National Concrete Canoe Competition through their oral presentation.
Carla Kafrouni Eng. MBus
CNCCC General Director & Logistics Manager
Graduate from École Polytechnique de Montréal in 2013 and from Hult International Business School in 2015, Carla is a project manager on major construction projects.
Loving to get involved, she is now the General Director and Logistics Manager of the Canadian National Concrete Canoe Competition. During her bachelor’s degree, she also got involved in the concrete canoe team of her university.
She enjoys the challenges surrounding construction projects. As a good communicator, she values teamwork and assumes leadership roles with her peers.
Nicolas Bonami Eng.
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