Student Competitions

Open Competitions

Register for the FRP Beam Competition

Undergraduate teams are invited to register for the FRP Compositive Beam Competition that will be held on Sunday, October 29, 2023, in Boston, MA, USA. Teams will be required to request an FRP Kit prior to the convention to complete the project. Advance registration and FRP Kit order forms are due no later than September 15, 2023.

Important Announcements

2023 FRC Bowling Ball Comeptition Winners

The winners for the Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Bowling Ball Competition were announced ACI Concrete Convention during the Student Awards Program on April 3, 2023. Six teams received recognition in two prize categories. Winners received cash prizes in the amount of $750, $500, and $250 respectively.

Apply for the 2023-2024 ACI Graduate Student Convention Travel Stipend

Graduate students interested in attending an upcoming ACI Concrete Convention can apply to receive a travel stipend up to $1,000 USD, Fall 2023 (Boston, MA) or Spring 2024 (New Orleans, LA). Students will be required to submit a letter of support from a faculty advisor. Applications will be reviewed by a Task Group and are due June 15, 2023.

General Competition Information

English Student Competition Instructional PowerPoint.

Spanish Student Competition Instructional PowerPoint.

Student Competition Questions

Please contact:

Rachel Belcher
American Concrete Institute
38800 Country Club Drive
Farmington Hills, MI 48331
Fax: +1.248.848.3701

Future Competitions

Spring 2023 FRC Bowling Ball Competition

Fall 2023 FRP Composite Beam

Spring 2024 Mortar Workability

Fall 2024 Pervious Concrete Cylinder

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About ACI Student Competitions

ACI's nationally recognized student competitions, offered in cooperation with the ACI Student Activities Committee, give students the opportunity to participate in interesting and educational concrete projects.