Wick Fisher White Participates in 1st Annual ACE Mentor Giant Jenga Competition

On March 2, WFW was excited to participate in ACE Mentor of Eastern PA's 1st Annual Giant Jenga Competition to raise funds for their new alumni scholarship. The event was held at Drexel University's Innovation Studio.  WFW Mentors Josh Taylor and Anthony Fasano both played on teams with ACE students in hopes of being the last jenga tower standing.  Various firms from the AEC community came out to compete and show their support.  Although the "WFW Skyscrapers" didn't take home the trophy it was a fun time had by all!  Congratulations to Allan Myers who took home the first place trophy, along with Turner Construction and Stantec who placed 2nd and 3rd respectively.  

Founded in 2000, the ACE Mentor Program of Eastern Pennsylvania gives students from local high schools an exciting opportunity to learn more about potential careers in architecture, engineering and construction.

For more information on this event click here.