During the fall semester, Clemson students drove to Kennesaw State to begin a new collaboration between the schools. The students brought their presentation boards and physical models of a project where they analyzed Tadao Ando’s work who's renowned for cast-in-place concrete. The Clemson students showed how you would go about designing those buildings if they were precast as a case study.
They introduced that type of methodology to the Kennesaw State students, and then students went around in groups. There were four or five of them at the same time, as well as two faculty and Ray Clark, who's our Georgia Carolina's director, participated and went around and gave input to all the students. Then they left the exhibit up for two weeks.
The Kennesaw students then traveled to Clemson University for a Formliner workshop presented by Marshall Walters of Architectural Polymers Inc. First, Walters gave an online talk to both Clemson's students and KSU students before the workshop.