Our project was to build a bridge and remotely controlled vehicle. The bridge had to span across a three inch gap and had to have a clear 12 inch high space beneath it. The ROV had to be able to drive down the bridge carrying to bricks, turn around and go back down the bridge in another other lane. The front wheels of the ROV had to travel a minimum of 4 feet in one direction. Before we built our bridge we made a model of a bridge out of toothpicks and glue. We then practiced different bridge designs using the West Point Bridge Simulator. Once we had an idea for a bridge design we drew a scale picture of the bridge from three different views. We then met with architecture students to discuss our design. After making a few changes we built a scale model. Next, we added up the amount of wood we would use, and began building the bridge out of balsa wood and hot glue. We divided into two groups, one group worked on the robot and the other worked on the bridge. You can see the final test of our bridge in the next section.