Ulster’s top Architectural Technology and Management students have been honoured at a special awards ceremony this week.
Dame Mary Peters presented prizes to five students for their outstanding achievement and launched the inaugural End of Year Show at Jordanstown.
The show, which featured work by second year and graduating students from the BSc Hons Architectural Technology and Management course, provided the students with the chance to showcase their aesthetical design skills and technical excellence.
It also offered prospective employers, industry professionals and members of the public an excellent opportunity to identify emerging talent.David Comiskey, Lecturer in Architectural Technology and show co-ordinator, said: “This first End of Year Show provided the students with an ideal platform to demonstrate their excellence in the field of architectural technology.
“There was a huge interest in the event from members of the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists which is indicative of the high regard in which our graduates are held within the industry.”
The winning students included:
Brian Shaw: The Keystone Group Architectural Technology & Management Year 2 Prize Brian Shaw and Clive Marshall: Design of Ulster Sports Museum, Highly Commended Jonathan Greig: Design of Ulster Sports Museum, CommendedLisa Spratt: Hays Placement Prize Phillip Argue: CIAT Region 15 Award for Technical Excellence in Design and the CIAT Award for Outstanding Achievement