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University of Memphis ASCE Student Chapter
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Concrete Canoe Construction 2014
The hull design of the canoe is based on a set of rules and regulations that ASCE publishes annually. Every October a new set of instructions is made available to ASCE chapters all over the nation, so construction of the concrete canoe begins late in the Fall semester or in early Spring.


The 2014 concrete canoe captains is John Coleman.

Concrete Canoe Rowing Team 2014

Rowing practice begins early in the Spring semester in preparation for the races held at conference. There are five races: women's endurance/slalom, men's endurance/slalom, women's sprint, men's sprint, and a co-ed sprint. Up to five women and men make up the row team each year.

The 2014 rowing captain is Juan Romero.

The Memphis Belle - 2009

In 2009, the University of Memphis and the Memphis Belle became the first team from the state of Tennessee to advance to the ASCE National Concrete Canoe Competition. The Memphis Belle, named after the famed World War II B-17 bomber, is now proudly on display in the skyway between the Engineering Administration and Engineering Science buildings.


This web site was originally developed by Charles Camp
This site is maintained by the Memphis ASCE Student Chapter at the University of Memphis.
Your comments and questions are welcomed.

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