CEE Chi Epsilon Students Participate in 19th Annual CANstruction Competition

Northeastern’s Chi Epsilon students participated in the annual CANstruction competition, a competition where students build large structures made entirely of canned goods. The students and their advisor, CEE Professor Loretta Fernandez, created a 6-foot tall iPhone 6 with over 1,100 non-perishable food cans over a three hour time period. The structure will be on display until mid-November at the BSA Space & the Atlantic Wharf Building at 290 Congress Street in Boston, when the structure will be deCANstructed and donated to the local food bank. Congratulations to the CANstruction team!

View Northeastern's Chi Epsilon chapter website here.

Related Faculty: Loretta A. Fernandez

Related Departments:Civil & Environmental Engineering