Student Competitions

Open Competitions

Pervious Concrete Cylinder Competition Registration Now Open

Undergraduate Teams are challenged to apply sustainability concepts and to use their knowledge of concrete mixture design by producing pervious concrete which balances permeability and splitting tensile strength. Team Registration is due 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on October 4, 2024.

Important Announcements

Virtual Undergraduate Research Session

Join the S805 Student Leadership Council for a special virtual session on Tuesday, August 6, 2024, at 11:00 EDT. This session will feature undergraduate and recently graduated students who will share their research on concrete materials, structural designs, and construction techniques. This session is free and open to all students.

ACI Foundation Scholarship & Fellowships

Undergraduate and graduate level students are invited to apply for scholarships up to $5,000 or fellowships up to $10,000 USD through the ACI Foundation. The application period is open from July 1 – November 1, 2024.

ACI Engineering Greatness Podcast

Hosted by the American Concrete Institute, each episode brings together pairs of young professionals in the concrete industry engaging for intimate conversations about their life and work. Get a glimpse into the fields of civil engineering and construction management and what it takes to have a successful career in the concrete industry. Learn More.

General Competition Information

English Student Competition Instructional PowerPoint.

Spanish Student Competition Instructional PowerPoint.

Student Competition Questions

Please contact:

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

Future Competitions

Fall 2024
Pervious Concrete Cylinder

Spring 2025
FRC Bowling Ball

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.