We are happy to share an update from Team Australia members experience on Day 4 of the 2016 Community Plumbing Challenge:
‘Today was the second day build day of our freestyle unit. We all work alongside Mitch to help get the door and internal storage box fabricated and installed by days end. With determination and hard work the team were able to power through the day and complete the tasks we had set out to achieve.
Today was also Presentation and Collaboration Day. Each of the teams presented their design to a panel and the reasons behind it. All 4 team members of Team Australia presented really well and were able to answer any questions given to us by the judging panel.
Once all 4 teams presented the collective group of the CPC 2016 team came together to come up with a collaborative design which will be the most efficient and cost effective way to build our “collaborative units” and also further unit for the W.A.S.S.U.P team here in Diesploot South Africa.’
Check back for more updates from Kirstin, and visit the Community Plumbing Challenge Facebook page for more details about the program.