Skills, education and BIM spark student’s creativity Whether using the written word, video, visual graphics or designs – creativity, innovation and providing practical solutions were all hallmarks of winning students’ work in the JCT Student Competition 2016. The 2016 competition ran from 9 September 2015 to 16 March 2016 with judging taking place on Thursday 26 May. Students from over 40 institutions around the UK entered the competition, continuing the high level of interest and value that the competition generates for construction students. This year’s competition asked for creative ideas and solutions to address…
Tom Haworth, of Westminster University, has won the JCT Student Competition 2016, with his entry, “Work Placements For The Student’s Benefit, Not Their Employer’s”. The other winning entrants were Peter Dorrell, of Greenwich University, with his video and essay titled “The United Kingdom’s Construction Skill Shortage” and Samuel Kapasa, of RIBA North West, with his visual essay, “TALK: BIM and the Future of Communication Protocol”. Talking about Tom Haworth’s winning entry, the judging panel commented: “An original idea, set out in a clear and individual…
The judging panel for the JCT Student Essay Competition 2016 has been announced. The competition offers both support and a creative opportunity for construction students, with a winning prize of £1,000 and runner-up prizes of £250 available. In a change to previous competitions, students are able to present their ideas in any way they wish, be it essay, video, set of designs or drawings, photographic/visual essay – whatever they feel best enables them to present a creative idea on the topics of skills shortages, sustainability,…
JCT has launched its 2016 competition for construction students, with a winning prize of £1,000 and runner-up prizes of £250 to be won.
The judging panel for the JCT Student Essay Competition 2015 has been announced. The competition offers both support and a creative opportunity for construction students, with a winning prize of £1,000 and runner-up prizes of £250 available.
“Creative Construction” is the topic for the JCT Student Essay Competition 2015, which is now open to all construction students registered with UK institutions.
Angelica Salas, of the University of Wolverhampton, has been named the winner of the JCT Student Essay Competition 2014, with her essay, “What could be done to simplify construction? Applying Lean thinking and BIM in construction”.
A new line-up of judges for JCT’s 2014 Student Essay Competition has been announced. The competition is now into its third year and continues to offer a unique opportunity for construction students to receive recognition and support for their skills.
JCT’s 2014 Student Essay Competition is now open to construction students, with a winning prize of £1,000 and runner-up prizes of £250 available.
Mark Lee, of Sheffield Hallam University, has been named the winner of JCT’s Student Essay Competition 2013, for his piece, entitled “Self-build, the rising phoenix from the ashes”.