Posted November 3, 2017 IN Butler & Young
The National CDM and Student Designer Awards 2017
Butler & Young Consultants were proud sponsors of the Association for Project Safety Student Designer Awards 2017 for the second year running.
This year’s format followed that of the previous year with the short listed candidates showcasing their entries at a lunchtime event in the House of Commons. Later that evening, the winners were announced and prizes given at the APS Awards Dinner which took place at Gibson Hall and was hosted by BBC News presenter Samantha Simmonds.
As a compliance organisation, Butler & Young Consultants have worked hard since the 70s to ensure our position as a leading service provider for the construction industry. With compliance through collaboration as our goal we bring together those people and organisations that get real results in terms of safety and health considerations. We practice what we teach in terms of a hands on approach with creativity and innovation to support the goals of our clients. We believe this directly reflects the aims and ambitions of the Association for Project Safety as well as the Health and Safety Executive to manage risks and not the paperwork.
This shared commitment to continuously improve and promote the professional practice of Design and Construction Health and Safety Risk Management is reflected in the National Student Designer Awards. Through supporting this competition Butler and Young feel we are investing in the future safety, health and wellbeing of generations to come.
Danny Coomber, Director of Consultancy, Environment and Training, said “We sponsor the National Student Designer Awards because we believe in what these young people are striving to achieve. The innovation they can bring to design, buildability and maintainability is fundamental for the changes still needed in our industry. If they can embed, at the heart of what they do, the practical aspects of design risk management for every critical choice point then health and safety becomes simple and more effective.
These students produce remarkable designs that have real potential to make changes that will impact positively on lives and that’s the most important thing they can bring to our industry. Their designs are fantastic”.
Butler & Young are proud to support the APS and to sponsor these awards.
The APS Student Designer Award winners were:
Justine Jakubkaite & Raheela Khan-Fitzgerald, The Mackintosh School of Architecture
For their scheme Hutting in Scotland
Damion Allport, Birmingham School of Architecture
For the Morecambe Town Hall proposal
Andrew Caws, Kent School of Architecture
For the Faversham Housing Scheme
Joint 4th Prize
Marc Llado Hillis, University of Strathclyde
For the Ben Lomond view point