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. I was one of six committee organizers, and the competition's official graphic designer, directing branding and designing all the marketing material and merchandise. I communicated with print suppliers.
The logo for 2016 combines the CNSBS and CNCCC competitions. The bridge takes on the form of Montreal's Jacques-Cartier Bridge, and the canoe is drawn with two paddles crossing over it.
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.