Looking for a way to showcase your creativity and flex your design and building skills? Or looking for something to do after you’ve exhausted your Netflix options? No matter the motivation, Autodesk Construction Cloud™ is asking our community to join us for a little bit of fun in our #BuildersChallenge. In addition to bragging rights, one winner will receive a $100 gift card to Duluth Trading Co.
Why the #BuildersChallenge? We want to "build" an environment of fun, positivity, and construction building skills for our customers and fans at-home. Then see who can come up with the best building and have fun with the whole family while doing it!
Are you wondering what can you build? Use LEGO or any household items (think: cereal boxes, bricks, books, really anything) to build your best creation. The sky’s the limit and it’s a fun way to engage the whole family!
All entries must be received by June 30 at 11:59pm PST and US and Canadian residents only. 18+ yrs old.
Ready to build and show us what you got? Simply get creative building then post a photo to social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) and tag it with #BuildersChallenge.
Need a bit of inspiration or want to check out the competition? We’ve already received some incredible entries from our community. Here are some of our favorites so far:
1. Kenny Hua, Assistant Project Manager, Webcor Concrete
Kenny's submissions reflects some of the work his family completed at their home since shelter-in-place, including a concrete driveway and walkway, and garden.
"Our dog has been barking orders acting as our project manager the whole way and gave it a paw of approval."
2. Matt Hoey, AIA, NCARB, Director of Business Innovation, Marx|Okubo Associates, Inc.
3. Brandon Hiatt, Director of Business Development, CRB
4. Ian Maynard, CVC Manager at Commodore Builders
5. Brian Binkley, Director of Design Gephart Electric
My 9 year old enjoying doing some macro #MOC builds for the @ADSKCommunity #BuildersChallenge which features @LEGO_Group minifigs from @autodesku. Top left includes a crane hoisting an I-beam. pic.twitter.com/24vTD4Bt3p
— Brian Binkley (@psubrian) June 19, 2020