FREE PICTURES- A new YESC project sponsored by Morrison Construction titled “Go Forth!”. The project is challenging science clubs across Scotland to create a suspension bridge, inspired by the Queensferry Crossing, which will then be tested at the YESC regional and national celebrations.
SCDI’s Young Engineers and Science Clubs (YESC) Scotland has created an exciting new engineering project inspired by the Queensferry Crossing – the Go Forth! Challenge. Over 300 schools across Scotland, from Shetland to Dumfries, are receiving free kits containing all they need to design and build a suspension or cable-stayed bridge.
Pupils from Trinity Academy , Edinburgh with the beginnings of their bridge. Front (kneeling) L to R : Corinna O'Malley Hamilton, Fraser Allan, Angus Wilson and Lewis Campbell. Back L to R : Shumaila Anwar, Sean Mclean, Francis Melendres,
David Wilson, Director, Morrison Construction
Alice Harley, Skills Coordinator, Morrison Construction,
Calum Orr and Max Fleming.
Picture Robert Perry 26th Feb 2016
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