Golden Ram Podcast Episode 09: Ryerson Steel Bridge


By: Luca Di Placido and Celine Asurza

Howdy ryEng,

Welcome to another episode of everyone’s favorite engineering podcast.

Civil Engineering is a vast discipline with many different aspects, and every Civil design team in Ryerson represents a different aspect of Civil Engineering, so in this episode, our Civil hosts, Luca and Celine, reach out to Graduate studies student Patrick Fronda who’s also the captain of Ryerson Steel Bridge and third year Structural engineering student Ryan Machado who’s a very active member in , and talk to them about their design team and the experience they’ve had in it so far.

For those of you who don’t know, Steel Bridge is one of the more technical design teams in Ryerson that it’s members compete in an annual competition called Canadian Steel Bridge Competition where contestants try to assemble the bridges they’ve made in the shortest amount of time possible and they get judged based on numerous different criteria’s, so if you’re an upper year engineering student that’s interested in the team, make sure to give them a follow on instagram @ryersonsteelbridge

Hope y’all enjoy the podcast, don’t forget to check out our other podcasts as well!!

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