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Building Bridges

The Ultimate Team Building Activity

Program Overview

We have all promised to cross that bridge when we came to it, but what do we do when that bridge comes to us, in pieces? If you’re like us, you look for the duct tape, but that alone won’t do it.  You’ll have to call on collaboration, communication, resource management, and some creative inspiration to get the job done. Building Bridges is a fun, engaging, hands-on game with very powerful metaphors – where all departments of your company strive towards their own goals, but also play a vital role in the bigger picture.

In this group team building activity, you’ll split into teams and independently create spans of a bridge without any instructions! Each team builds their section, and then everyone collaborates to attach the spans, making one solid piece. That done, it’s time to put it to the test—by driving a golf cart over it! (We originally wanted to use a tank, but our attorneys, well, ‘tanked’ the idea.)

This is a great way to challenge your group to turn a conceptual challenge into a tangible solution. Watch and be amazed at what your group accomplishes! We’ll provide the materials. You provide the inspiration.

The Building Bridges game is an amazing group team building activity where everyone works together to build a bridge that will be strong enough to support the weight of the entire group AND if you choose, we can bring in a Golf Cart to drive over it first – either way, it’s a great energetic event. This is truly one of our best team building activities.

Specifications

Group Size

25 – 400

Time Needed

2.5 – 4

Space Requirement

A large, unobstructed space is needed on the ground floor to drive a golf cart. Indoors, a room should be free of low hanging lighting fixtures – high ceilings are preferred. Outdoors, consider the role wind and weather will play in this activity.

Ideal For
  • Team restructurings
  • Company picnics/outings
  • Retreats/conferences
Tailoring

The materials used are only cardboard and duct tape; a successfully completed bridge should be strong enough to have a golf cart driven over it! If a golf cart is available at the venue and accessible to the event space, for an added test of strength, it can be driven across the bridge to the cheers of your participants.

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