In the 2015 competition, the Burns & McDonnell Foundation awarded $155,000 in grant money:
One of the division winners also earned the grand prize — the opportunity to work with Burns & McDonnell’s architects, engineers and construction managers to bring their ideas to life at Science City!
“Students aren’t creating a product for a hypothetical environment or ’playing’ at being scientists. They must make a plan for a REAL product that will be right down the street from them should they win.”
Jennifer Thomas, Turner High School