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Wednesday, 05 Oct 2011
Stephen Thompson (below right|) , from Bristol University’s Department of Civil Engineering University has won the Laing O’Rourke Award for ‘Best Civil Engineering Student’ of the Year for his project entitled ‘Redevelopment of the Colston Hall’.
The project that was entered for the 2011 SET Student of the Year awards was for the second phase of the development. The final year project group, led by Stephen, proposed a scheme that would demolish the existing hall, but retain the listed façade, and replace it with a new world-class multipurpose auditorium, education, backstage and operation facilities within the footprint of the current site.
Stephen was presented with his award at a ceremony last Friday [23 September] at London’s Millennium Hotel attended by more than 400 students, academics and business leaders as well as senior figures from government, scientific and technical institutions and the media.
Record numbers of entries were received from every major university in Europe with 45 students shortlisted in 15 different categories for the awards, which are supported by industry and leading research institutions.
Source: Website Reporter