Celebrating National Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day

As a company that provides engineering solutions, it is only fitting that KPM Franklin celebrated National Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Day by hosting a STEM-related activity for employees. Our Orlando office participated in a gumdrop structural engineering challenge that encouraged tinkering, experimenting, researching, logic and collaboration. Our engineers and planners split into four teams and were tasked with using ten gumdrops and twenty toothpicks to build a structure that could hold the weight of a hardback textbook. Alex Goetz and Hunter Nimmo built the winning structure. The enthusiasm and creativity of our colleagues was impressive. The fact that they worked together and bounced ideas off one another to build these structures illustrates the importance of STEM education. Congratulations Alex, Hunter and the rest of our Orlando staff. 

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