LaBella's Canstruction Rochester team has been awarded the People's Choice Award and Best Original Design Award!
Canstruction challenges local architecture and engineering firms to build impressive sculptures of canned food. Following the competition, the canned food will be used to combat hunger in our community. This year, the theme was "Play" and the sculptures were built and displayed at the Strong National Museum of Play.
Our entry, "Quackin' Down on Hunger", featured 4,850 cans of food, which will be donated to FoodLink at the completion of the exhibit.
View an album of all this year's entries on the Canstruction Facebook page here.
WHAM 13 has video and a brief interview with LaBella engineer Neil Ficurilli!