Lego competition landmarks

Harris Group held its first ever LEGO® building competition last month. Each office received about 1150 LEGO® bricks and were challenged with building a major landmark located in their city or state. Each office’s design was judged based on creativity / originality, presentation and aesthetics, use of color and complexity and difficulty of the construction.

From Big Foot hanging out around the Space Needle in Seattle, WA to Rainbow Row in Charleston, SC, all of our offices did a great job of showcasing some of the amazing and beautiful sites our cities have to offer! It was the Charleston, SC office however, that took home the 1st place finish with their creation of Ravenel Bridge and Rainbow Row in Charleston.

Charleston’s Ravenel Bridge, located over the Cooper River, is a cable-stayed suspension design with two diamond-shaped towers, each 575 feet high. The bridge structure is designed to withstand shipping accidents and the natural disasters that have plagued Charleston’s history. Charleston’s Rainbow Row refers to the row of pastel-colored historic homes located on East Bay Street, just along the Battery on the south end of the peninsula. This street is known as one of Charleston’s most iconic sites.

We are looking forward to our next LEGO® competition “Something You Can Wear”; stay tuned to see the creations and the winning office!