Posted November 29, 2016 IN Butler & Young
From our beginnings back in 1970 to present day, we’ve worked hard to consolidate Butler & Young Consultants Ltd’s position as the leading compliance consultancy. We’re thought leaders and doers, being proactive in raising industry standards and providing value to the construction industry, government and the wider society – in essence, we practice what we teach.
Similarly, the Association for Project Safety (APS) shares our commitment to continuously improve and promote the professional practice of Design and Construction Health and Safety Risk Management. So much so, we’re proud to say that Butler & Young is one of APS’ accredited training providers, giving its members access to the very best education and the most credible, trustworthy support.
Danny Coomber, Director Consultancy, Environment and Training. said “We sponsor the Student Designer Awards because we believe in innovation. There’s a lot of skills and knowledge in the industry but we need new people and innovation for the future.” As a company, we are passionate about training and education in the Design and Construction Health and Safety Risk Management sector. After all, continuous professional development (CPD) is a key attribute of professionalism. You can add more value to your clients if your knowledge and skill set is up-to-date and in line with current best practice guidelines. Of course, while we are advocates of CPD, your learning had to start somewhere – most likely back in lecture theatres and workshops at your university – and that’s why we were proud to sponsor the Student Designer awards at APS’ ninth National CDM and Student Designer Awards.
Simon Ward, Northumbria University School of Architecture
Robert Brian Adams, University of Ulster School of Architecture
Jordan Green, The Welsh School of Architecture – Cardiff University
National Student Designer Award for Innovation:
Liam Greene – Sheffield Hallam University
Everyone at Butler & Young offers their hearty congratulations to all the award winners and wish them all the very best with their future careers.