The Canadian National Concrete Canoe Competition (CNCCC) and Canadian National Steel Bridge Competition (CNSBC) bridge the gap between hands on engineering and academics. They challenge students to solve a complex problem using the skills they have learned in the classroom.
LOGOS: The final Concrete Canoe and Steel Bridge logos were refined versions of what a McGill architecture student had created. The general form of the Concrete Canoe logo was inspired by the shape of a canoe. It incorporates two paddles crossing each other, McGill’s martlet which represents the school’s athletics, and the logo of Montreal. 
The combined logo was used to brand the weekend as the official competition logo. Having the combined logo applied onto t-shirts indicated to the Concrete Canoe and Steel Bridge groups who they could go for assistance.​​​​​​​
The combined logo was created McGill civil engineering graduate Julia Bond. Each logo was finalized after being voted on and  approved by the entire committee.
students performing the swamp test at parc jean-drapeau, seeing how well their canoe floats
Every committee member was given a folder to keep everything to stay organized during the competitions. The combined logo was embossed into the front. To the right; the competition booklet, a CNCCC pen, it and a committee ID card
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