On the 27th November 2019, the award ceremony for the prize winners of the 12th competition took place at PERI headquarters in Weissenhorn. The interest in the competition was very good: the competition's website attracted over 50,000 hits, and the participation documents were requested or downloaded over 300 times from a total of 33 countries.
Finally, 15 comprehensive solutions were submitted in time for the closing date. The international participation from Canada and Russia is particularly pleasing, with the Canadian participant in 8th place receiving a prize of 1,000 Euros. The 5 best teams qualified for the final round. At the end of November, the finalists from German universities presented their solutions to the audience and to a jury of experts at the PERI conference centre in Weißenhorn.
Each team had 20 minutes to present their work before the jury asked their questions. For the experts, it was important to verify just how confidently and competently the procedures outlined and the decisions that had been taken were justified. After the final consultation, a close but nonetheless clear result was determined:
|1||Felix Ott||University of Applied Sciences Munich|
|University of Applied Sciences Mainz|
|University of Kassel|
Noah Eric St. Pierre
|Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University │Mosbach|
|University of Applied Sciences Münster|
|Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences|
|8||Kihun Song||Seneca College, Canada|
The interest in the 11th edition of the international PERI construction exercise was very high. Never before have so many copies been sent. Special thanks go to the numerous groups from all over the world who submitted their solutions. In the preliminary round the works from 92 students were judged.
The teams in 6th to 10th place each won € 1,000 in prize money. The top five teams had the opportunity to present their work at PERI's headquarters in Weissenhorn, Germany, at the grand finale from November 28th to 30th 2017. A selected jury of experts evaluated the solutions presented and awarded places 1 to 5.
|1||Maxim Rotzalski||RWTH Aachen University|
|2||Marc Kieferle||University of Munich|
|3||Florian Bröning||University of RheinMain Wiesbaden|
|University of Kaiserslautern|
|5||Rabea Felice Bogen
|Technical University Mittelhessen|
|Hamk University of Applied Sciences, Finland|
|7||Gerhard Inning||University of Munich|
|University of Applied Sciences, Leipzig, Germany|
|University of Applied Sciences Carinthia, Austria|
|10||Christian Stein||University of Munich|
The winners of the 10th international PERI Construction Exercise were awarded a total sum of € 20,000 at the end of November 2015. The aim of the contest is to convey the curricular content of construction operations, in particular in the fields of work preparation and formwork technology, with a strong focus on the practical aspects.
Winners of the Construction Exercise 2014 | 2015 determined in the finals
Of a total of 31 teams, the top five teams presented their solutions and were competing for ranks 1 to 5. After intensive discussions, the winner in a close run was found:
PERI would like to congratulate all participants on their excellent performance.
For the 9th time, PERI is organizing a construction exercise that is targeted at all educational institutions that offer construction-related courses. This exercise covers many different aspects of the construction business.
Winners of Construction Exercise 2012/2013 determined at Final Qualification
On November 13th 2013, the top five teams presented their solutions, thus battling for ranks 1-5. After intensive discussions, the jury decided as follows:
Congratulations to all participants for the outstanding performance.