Our Work

Moundville

Moundville Archaeological Park is a Mississippian Native American cultural site located in nearby Hale County, Alabama. Located throughout the park are earthen mounds constructed around the 13th century during a time when the site was one of the busiest metropolises in North America. Our group has had an extended relationship with Moundville Park, but that relationship grew tremendously during the '15-'16 school year. During this time, SEA began work on replacing the staircase on Mound B, the largest mound in the park, which is comprised of over 100 railroad tie beams. Completed over the course of the 2016 spring semester, this was a fantastic project for SEA which could not have been completed without the hard work, determination, and ingenuity of our members.

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Peru

SEA had the privilege to travel to the beautiful country of Peru during the summers of 2013 and 2014. The group performed service for remote villages located in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest; work which included performing water testing, solar panel installation, composting toilet design, and other informational surveys. It was an incredible opportunity for the SEA group to experience the opportunities for engineering to make a difference in our world. The groups were also able to travel throughout the country and experience Peruvian culture, while visiting historical places such as Machu Picchu.

Moundville

Moundville Archaeological Park is a Mississippian Native American cultural site located in nearby Hale County, Alabama. Located throughout the park are earthen mounds constructed around the 13th century during a time when the site was one of the busiest metropolises in North America. Our group has had an extended relationship with Moundville Park, but that relationship grew tremendously during the '15-'16 school year. During this time, SEA began work on replacing the staircase on Mound B, the largest mound in the park, which is comprised of over 100 railroad tie beams. Completed over the course of the 2016 spring semester, this was a fantastic project for SEA which could not have been completed without the hard work, determination, and ingenuity of our members.

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Peru

SEA had the privilege to travel to the beautiful country of Peru during the summers of 2013 and 2014. The group performed service for remote villages located in the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest; work which included performing water testing, solar panel installation, composting toilet design, and other informational surveys. It was an incredible opportunity for the SEA group to experience the opportunities for engineering to make a difference in our world. The groups were also able to travel throughout the country and experience Peruvian culture, while visiting historical places such as Machu Picchu.

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