Philadelphia Future City Competition
A Program of
The Delaware Valley Engineers Week Council
Saturday January 25, 2003 at Widener University

Results of the 2003 Philadelphia Future City Competition
First Place

Drexel Hill Middle School
Drexel Hill, PA
Teacher - Dave Granger
Engineer - William Waldron
Phil Crone
Marina Kec
Rachel McKlindon

Second Place

Our Lady Help of Christians
Abington, PA
Teacher - Jane Ring
Engineer - Julie Gennaro
Anna Gennaro
Gerard Martin
William Riggs

Third Place

St. John the Evangelist
Morrisville, PA
Teacher - Alicia Rinkus
Engineer -John Rinkus
Katherine Gallagher
Gabrielle Jordan
Kathleen Suter

Honorable Mention

Carl Sandburg Middle School
Levittown, PA
Teacher - Andy Kippeny
Engineer - David Nisula
Scott Krzwonos
Michelle Sills
Amanda Stellwagon

Honorable Mention

Kutztown Area Middle School
Kutztown, PA
Teacher - Betty Imboden
Engineer - Tom Green
Thomas Bond
Michael Boyer
Zachary Owen
Honorable Mention

Strath Haven Middle School
Wallingford, PA
Teacher - Joseph Buecheler
Engineer - Jennifer Walsh
Jonathan Eldridge
Amelie Raz
Garrett Robinson

This year, through the cooperation of Bentley, the students were provided an opportunity to use the real engineering tool of the Bentley MicroStation engineering program. Students for Lionville Middle School developed a 3-D model of one of the buildings in their city, Solarus 2, and presented it to over 150 people at the Awards Ceremony. Bentley provided the software and training for these students so they could further their education in engineering
Special Awards
Computer Usage
Bentley Systems, Inc
Lumberton Middle School
Best Aerospace Component
Boeing Aerospace
John Paul Jones Middle School
Best Automation Concepts
Agilent Technologies
Orchard Valley Middle School
Better Ideas for the Future
Ford Motor Co.
St Thomas Acquinas Academy
Driving Safety Design
State Farm Insurance Companies
Great Valley Middle School
Attention to Fire Protection Design
Triad Fire Protection Engineering Corp.
Williamstown Middle School
Environmentally Friendly Energy Systems
Trigen-Phladelphia Energy Corp
J. S. Jenks School
Best Indoor Environment
Colonial Middle School
Total Quality Management
ASQ - South Jersey
Pottsgrove Middle School
Plumbing Technology
Strath Haven Middle School
Use of Graphics
Charrette Prographics
Chestnut Ridge Middle School
Creative Thinking about the Lighting for the City
Lumberton Middle School
Pharmaceuticals for the Future
St. John the Evangelist
Regional Coordinator's Special Recognition
John & Sally Kampmeyer
Lionville Middle School
Fire Protection Delivery Systems
Penjerdel Chapter, NFSA
Kutztown Area Middle School
The Fred Lindquist Design Award
Kling Architects and Engineers
New Hope-Solebury Middle School
Airport Design
United Parcel Service
St. Joseph School
Superior Communications
Urban Engineers
Beverly Hills Middle School
Energy Awareness
AEE - Delaware Valley Chapter
St. Raphael School
Best Highway Design
Drexel Hill Middle School
Best Moving Part
Our Lady Help of Christians
Creative Approach to Problem Solving
ASQ - Philadelphia Section
Cedarbrook Middle School
Water Resources
CH2M Hill
Gilbert Spruance
Workplace Environment
IIE, Philadelphia Chapter
Grover Washington Jr. Middle School
Planning Excellence
Pennsylvania Planning Association
Bunker Hill Middle School
Quality of Life
Society of Women Engineers
Carl Sandburg Middle School
Best Use of Ceramics
Ridley Middle School
Family Friendly Neighborhoods
National Association of Women in Construction
Thurgood Marshall Middle School
IEEE - Philadelphia Section
Holy Rosary Elementary School
Fire Protection Engineering
Society of Fire Protection Engineers
Arcola Intermediate School
Best Manufacturing Zone
SME - Chapter 15
St. Luke the Evangelist
First Winners Award
First Philadelphia Regional Competition Winners
Visitation School
People's Choice
Widener School of Engineering
Drexel Hill Middle School
More Award Pictures Setting Up Special Awards
and Waiting
More Special Awards
and Waiting
Special Awards
Preliminary Judging
Awards and Judges Final Awards