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ACE Students Attend First ACE/UF Summer Camp

POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA - July 2013 - Four ACE (Architecture-Construction-Engineering) students mentored by Current Builders from Coral Springs High School attended the first ACE/UF Summer Camp in Gainesville, Fla. The camp gave students an overview of the Architecture and Construction programs offered by the University of Florida College of Design, Construction and Planning (DCP) as well as the Santa Fe State College program.

The goal of the camp was to attract 16-20 of the top high school ACE participants for a week-long educational experience hosted by UF. The students were given tours of the UF campus, Rinker Hall, DCP, Santa Fe State College, the O'Connell Center and the Swamp. At the conclusion of the week, the students were broken out into teams and tasked with creating a structure for the Plaza of the Americas on the UF Campus. The teams came up with amphitheaters and other structures shown through drawings, renderings and models which they presented to a panel of DCP faculty and students.

Click here to view a 4 minute video from the week of camp.

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