APWA Shares Its Experience at Future City Competition 2018 - Illinois
CHICAGO– American Public Works Administration (APWA) Chicago Metro Chapter shares its great experience at the Future City 2018 Illinois Competition. We appreciate your continued support – fifteen years strong. Great video!
This year’s theme was The Age-Friendly City. Future City asked middle school students to respond to and address the challenges in designing innovative solutions that can serve an urban area’s older population. Students were tasked with identifying age-related issues in their city planning and engineering a framework that enables seniors to remain active and independent.
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Future City® State of Illinois
The State of Illinois Future City Competition® is celebrating its 26rd year as a regional group in the national competition. The regional competition is comprised of teams, schools, and professionals from Illinois. In addition to the actual competition, the Annual Chicago Engineers Benefit Dinner showcases the top local teams and award winners. For more information, visit our website here or go to http://futurecity.org/illinois-chicago.
For more information contact:
Future City® Regional Coordinator
Don Wittmer, P.E., HNTB
Future City® Regional Committee
Matthew Miller, P.E., HNTB
Future City® Grant Manager, Press, Communications and Media
Deborah J. Hodges, M.A. Golden Square