Noah Badger and Eric Chee, freshmen from the METS (Math, Engineering, Technology & Science) School at Olympic High, won the Livingston & Haven Engineering Design Competition this May.
As a reward, their design will be manufactured by the industrial technology company.
|From L-R: Teacher John Davis, Noah Badger, Livingston & Haven |
President Clifton Vann, Eric Chee and Bosch Rexroth's Technical
Plant Manager Mark Rohlinger. Photo courtesy Mike Realon
Contestants pitched their design ideas to judges, and their designs had to be made from Bosch Rexroth materials.
Mike Realon, an Olympic spokesman, said that the judges called the Tri-Table "innovative, practical and useful."
He said about 200 students from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and Gaston County competed.
"It is pretty amazing that a team of freshmen won this engineering design competition," Realon said.
Fifteen other Olympic students were also eligible to compete in the contest:
(From the Global School)