Tye Farrow will serve as a judge for Moses Structural Engineers second annual TimberFever Design-Build Challenge at Ryerson University. This event brings architectural science and civil engineering students together to build a life-size structure by drawing on their knowledge of woodwork and design.
The general public is invited to watch the final build take place on Ryerson’s Gould Street on Sunday afternoon, September 25, 2016, beginning at 1 p.m. The public will be invited to vote online for the People's Choice Award until Tuesday September 27.
Moses Structural Engineering has taken the initiative to organize TimberFever because they recognize that architectural and engineering professionals rarely cross paths until their first job where they have to work together. Their mission is to create a collaboration between these disciplines while they’re still students. Moses believes that "developing their design, construction and communication skills together will create an even brighter group of graduates." TimberFever was inspired by the Defi Cecobois competition held annually by Cecobois in Quebec.