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Student chosen for Association for Project Safety Award

UNIVERSITY NEWS LAST UPDATED : 07 OCTOBER 2015
John Burton, award-winning Masters student

Masters student at Birmingham School of Architecture and Design, John Burton, was recently selected to receive the Association for Project Safety’s Student Designer Award.

The Award was presented to the M.Arch Architecture student at the Association’s Annual Awards Dinner at The George Hotel in Edinburgh.

The award-winning piece of work comprised of John’s design proposal for the Birmingham Production Space, a proposition for a new public facility surrounding workshops and making. John Burton said:

Jim Sloan, Leading Lecturer at Birmingham School of Architecture and Design said:

The Association for Project Safety was established in 1995 and maintains its status as a leading professional institution and membership body for professionals who work in the construction industry, specifically focusing on health and safety and risk management.

Many of the country’s leading professionals and practices are Corporate Members of the not-for-profit organisation.

Visit the Association for Project Safety website for more information.

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