Bradford students recognised for outstanding achievement
Clockwise from top left: Dibaj, Stockdill, Noor and Boyes at the Teams presentation
The CIOB has given special awards to four hardworking Bradford College students on construction and engineering courses.
Sam Dibaj, chair of the CIOB Leeds Hub Committee, presented certificates and prizes in a virtual award ceremony held via Microsoft Teams. He told the winners: “You’ve all been recognised for the skills that you have, that are pivotal to working within the construction industry: communication, teamwork, having a positive attitude and maintaining high standards.”
The recipients were:
- James Boyes, Level 6, BSc Construction Management, for outstanding achievement, teamwork, leadership and resilience
- Martin Mortimer, Level 5, HND in Construction, for outstanding and positive attitude
- Hussein Sanglay, Level 5, Civil Engineering, for excellent communication and teamwork skills
- Adam Stockdill, Level 4, Construction Management, for outstanding achievement and maintaining high standards while overcoming difficulties
Tooba Noor, senior academic team leader for construction and engineering at the college, said she was “very proud”.
“It’s thanks to the hard work of the students and the support of the CIOB that we have been able to produce award-winning students who will go on to play important roles in the industry.”