Rousseau is proud to present the organizations that it maintains solid and trustworthy partner relationships with
and also the organizations that it supports in different ways to help bring about their projects.
Saleen Automotive Inc. has created high performance vehicles for street and track, including the S7 supercar, the S281, the race/road SR and the N2O Focus. The company also produces and markets a broad line of performance parts, as well as offers customizable design, engineering and certification services to diverse end markets. Rousseau Metal is proud to be associated with Saleen not only as a partner, but also as their official supplier of tool boxes.
|Rousseau is proud to be associated with Simon Dion Viens, a racing driver who has been racking up successes for several years. He has won the titles of Québec champion in the Extreme Touring category and Canadian B-spec vice-champion, among others.|
Darwin Motorcycles is the company that created the Brass Ball Bobbers, superior quality motorcycles that are custom-made for their clients. Built on a solid reputation based on quality, the company won 1st prize at the AMD World Championships of custom bike building "Production Class".
Also associated with Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, Darwin Motorcycles built the RLX in homage to Bobby Rahal.
Rousseau Metal is proud to be associated with Darwin Motorcycles not only as a partner, but also as their official supplier of tool boxes. To see the video co-produced by Darwin Motorcycles and Rousseau, click here.
Formule SAE Polytechnique Montréal
Formule Polytechnique Montréal includes engineering students who work to build a one-person Formula SAE vehicle. This vehicle is tested, in several competitions held in Canada and the United States, against those built by various other universities.
Baja Université Laval
The team has to build an off-road vehicle that will be entered into international competitions. The Baja SAE is a prototype of an all-terrain vehicle, which is designed, financed and built by students of the mechanical engineering department at Université Laval. The vehicle must be safe and easy to operate and maintain. The workstation donated by Rousseau will help to keep their workspace properly organized for their project.
Formule SAE Université Laval
The Formule SAE Université Laval team consists of students who, each year, build a vehicle that is presented at various engineering competitions. The group's objective is to help its members develop their practical skills while preparing them for the realities of the workplace.
This club from Boise State University gives students an opportunity to build a vehicle that is powered by vegetable oil. Each year, the team's goal is to design, build and present their vehicle at competitions.
Rousseau Metal is proud to have contributed to the success of team Alerion Supermileage Université Laval since 2009. The team is composed of science and engineering students who have to work together to design and manufacture a single-seater vehicle with very low fuel consumption. The vehicle is used in various competitions on a global scale. The team has had a series of triumphs over the past few years. We wish them the best of luck for upcoming competitions and encourage them to continue their excellent work!
Formula SAE Cégep du Vieux Montréal
Since 2006, CÉGEP du Vieux Montreal has been participating in a project organized by the Society of Automotive Engineers. The team works for a fictional design company that designs, manufactures, tests and presents a single-seater car prototype for amateur racing drivers.
By helping to create a clean and efficient working environment in their buildings, Rousseau is contributing to the development of these future technicians. Each year, the team includes fifty students from various programs such as Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Maintenance Technology, Industrial Design, Industrial Electronics Technology and Graphics.
The University of Rochester Baja SAE team is a student-run program that designs,
builds, and tests an all-terrain vehicle. Each year they compete in the Collegiate Design Series, traveling across the country to test their mettle against the biggest names in engineering.
Being involved with Baja SAE allows future engineers and professionals to gain valuable real-world experience in their respective fields. Students apply theoretical understanding of engineering while dealing with production and management responsibilities.
Rousseau is proud to support these future engineers as they develop expertise in designing and building cars. Year after year, different generations of students from this club have been building increasingly efficient Baja vehicles.
By helping to create a clean, organized and safe work environment, we are allowing them to concentrate on their project and stay motivated.