Top students recognised by Clark Contracts



Clark Contracts MD Gordon Cunningham and academy manager David Cooper with award recipients Stephen Coen, Eilidh McMillen and Leon Quigley

Five top performing students have won awards sponsored by Clark Contracts.

The future leaders of Scotland’s building and construction sector were recognised at the Annual Prize Giving of the School of Engineering and Built Environment at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) on Tuesday.

Mark Bass won the Alan Calder Memorial Prize, a special award for quantity surveying students set up by Clark Contracts in 2008 in memory of a former colleague. The prize, including a cheque for £200, is awarded annually to the top final year Quantity Surveying Student (part time) at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Clark Contracts also sponsors awards relating to Level 3 Construction Technology, a core module at GCU. West Lothian student Eilidh McMillen was awarded the Best Level 3 Technology Student prize for Quantity Surveying and Mount Florida student Stephen Coen won the prize for Best Level 3 Technology Student for Construction Management.

The other awards were for the Best Level 1 Student for Quantity Surveying and the Best Level 1 Student for Construction Management.

David Cooper, academy manager at Clark Contracts, said, “It is fantastic to see the hard work and dedication of these students recognised at this awards ceremony. We are proud to continue to support Glasgow Caledonian University through these annual sponsorships and also by providing work placements for Quantity Surveying and Construction Management students.”



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