What is Design Drafting?
Design Drafting is a National drafting design competition sponsored at the local level by NAWIC chapters and other organizations.
The competition provides recognition to students for creative design, successful problem solving and craftsmanship in preparing architectural drawings and renderings.
The drawings may be created utilizing any computer aided design (CAD) program available to the contestants, drawn by hand or may consist of a combination of computer aided and hand drawn drawings.
There are two (2) divisions
Amy Berg, CBT, CIT
NAWIC Midwest Region
Design Drafting Competition Chair
Fargo-Moorhead ND Chapter #246
2018-2019 Problem to Solve:
The 2018-2019 problem is to design a "High Speed Study Zone". Contestants are asked to create a safe space for students to go to in the evening that will allow them access to a high-speed internet connection following specific criteria and guidelines.
For detailed information about the competition, the forms and 2018-2019 problem requirements go to:
Competition Structure and Winners:
2018-2019 Important Dates:
Chapter participation report due to Regional Administrator
Chapter submissions due to Chapter Administrator
Chapter entry from each division to
Regional winners announced submitted to
National winners announced
Next years problem released