1. Time and Place

1.1. The competition will be taking place on the 19th of April 2018 from 10:45 to 12:30.

1.2. The competition will be held in Tallinn University of Technology (Ehitajate tee 5, Tallinn, Estonia)

  1. Goals of the Competition

2.1. To popularize the profession of construction engineering.

2.2. To offer students and engineers in the field of construction engineering and architecture a challenge to employ their knowledge and through it enrich their work and studies.

2.3. Offer high school students a chance to pit their knowledge against university students and engineers.

  1. The Task

3.1. Contestants have to solve different tasks using given drawings.

3.2. The competition is held in three rounds which are segmented into tasks.

3.2.1. To solve the tasks, participants have 3×30 minutes at their disposal. minutit.

3.2.2. Between rounds, there will be a 5 minute break, which will be used for handing out the tasks for the next round and doing other necessary preparations.

3.3. The software used in the competition will be AutoCad 2015.

3.4. All the elements necessary to complete the tasks will be given to the competitiors by the hosts.

3.5. Extra point will be given out based on speed.

3.6. To assist in the competition, participants are allowed to use a calculator.

3.7. A ruler, necessary to solve the tasks will be provided by the hosts.

3.8. It is possible to participate in the competition using your own personal computer on site.

3.8.1. The computer has to be set up in the same room as the other participants.

3.8.2. The computer has to have AutoCad software installed.

3.8.3. In order to recieve the tasks, the computer has to have an option to transfer the task to and from the computer using a USB flash drive.

  1. Participants

4.1. The competition is individual.

4.2. The competition is free to participate in..

4.3. There is no set age limit.

4.4. Participants are recommended to have base knowledge about modelling in the AutoCad modelling software environment.

4.5. Participation is voluntary and at the participant’s own risk. The hosts take no responsibility for possible accidents and their consequences.

  1. Registration

5.1. Registration can be found on BuildIT 2018’s homepage.

5.2. In case of free spots, it will be possible to register to the competition on the spot before the start of the competition.

5.3. By signing up, all participants voluntarily give their consent for the use of all information gathered during the event including pictures and videos made of the participants for marketing purposes by BuildIT.

  1. Judging

6.1. Judging will be based mainly on the resulting work’s compatibility with the given task.

6.2. In the first two rounds, the contestants can recieve up to 30 points. Every correctly solved task nets the contestant 5 points.

6.3. In the third tound, the contestants can recieve up to 10 points. Every correctly solved task nets the contestants 2 points.

6.4. Extra points will be given out based on speed in the first two rounds. The contestants can recieve 0.5 points per leftover minute in the condition that at least 60% of each subtask has been solved correctly.

  1. Awards

7.1. 1st to 3rd place recipients will be rewarded.

7.2. An additional reward will be given out to the best high school student.

7.3. An additional reward will be given out to the best professional engineer.

7.4. An additional reward will be given out to the best student.

7.5. An additional reward will be given out to the crowd’s favourite.

  1. The Hosts

8.1. Hosting the event: Student Council of the Faculty of Engineering at Tallinn University of Technology.

8.2. The jury: Holger Bremen.

8.3. The lead-referee: Elina Jõpiselg.

*The hosts reserve the right to make changes in the competition rules should there be a need to.