We’re pleased to announce that Structures and SpawGlass Construction Inc. have teamed up with Anderson High School to participate in this year’s CANstruction event. In this event, teams compete against one another to design and build the most resourceful creations they can muster. Canned goods are arranged to create structures, and after the models are dismantled following a public display, the cans are donated to a local charity – the Capital Area Food Bank of Texas.

We’re thrilled to be working with students this year and are excited to mentor them in one of the many branches of STEM opportunities available in their future. A large portion of the students in Anderson High’s Robotics Team will be participating in this design effort. The students are very excited to employ an arch element into the structure and are taking full responsibility of the 3D modeling for the design.

We will need support to purchase the volume of canned goods necessary to help create our entry, and we’re reaching out to charitable donors, like yourselves, to help us achieve this goal. All funding will be directly applied to the purchase of canned goods to create our team’s structure, and any remaining funding will be donated to the Food Bank. A donation receipt will be provided for tax filing purposes.

If you are interested in making a donation, please feel free to email or call one of the team leaders below. We thank you in advance for your support!

Tomás Quintero, PE | Project Engineer | tomas@structurestx.com | 512.449.0919

John Sperry | Lead Instructor, Robotics | johnwsperry@gmail.com | 512.695.0745

Maria Ramirez | Executive Assistant | maria.ramirez@spawglass.com | 512.719.5251