Supporting Future Engineers
Commonwealth Engineers is proud to support the next generation of engineers. Recently, as a sponsor to the Carroll High School (CHS) Engineering Team, Ben Adams of the Commonwealth Ft. Wayne office was invited to see the Team’s plans for their Nanoline engineering competition project in progress. The project’s name is Latae Lotus (or “automatic bath” in Latin). It is a shower with multiple shower heads which operate in a predetermined order and dispense soap at the appropriate time designed to assist senior citizens with bathing. The goals are to improve their health and safety and to help them maintain their independence longer.
We would like to congratulate the Team (Bernie Gandin, Malachi Kamler, Danial Mains, and Nick Couch) on their most recent accolades:
The team participated in the 2019 Midwest Regionals of the Phoenix Nanoline Contest at Purdue University on Saturday, February 2nd. In this competition, 8 teams from high schools in Indiana and Kentucky presented their projects showcasing their skills in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The CHS Team earned the Excellence in Communication Award and were also invited to advance to the National Competition in Harrisburg, PA on February 16th. Over the next 10 days, the team will continue to refine and improve their project based on feedback from the judges. The projects at the national level are very high quality and some are even marketable products.
Congratulations to the Carroll High School Nanoline Engineering Team on this honor, we wish you the best of luck in your upcoming National Competition!