Aarsleff Ground Engineering were delighted to attend and sponsor an award at the Nottingham Trent University’s Civil Engineering Prize evening on the 2nd December 2019.
Representatives from a variety of specialist and non-specialist companies awarded the prizes for academic achievement, course and project work to students across BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering, BEng (Hons) Civil Engineering and MSc Structural Engineering.
This year saw a wide range of awards from the recognition of outstanding performances across all years of the courses involved, to a Women in Civil Engineering award and prizes for challenging projects in areas of ground engineering, structural engineering and surveying.
Attendees were welcomed with light refreshments and food, with the opening of the awards ceremony being opened with a presentation from Anne Lotter, a founder and CEO of the charity ‘Project Le Monde’. The charity was set up to help improve access to education for children in Uganda and provide them with the opportunities to lead successful and fulfilling lives.
Aarsleff Ground Engineering sponsored the Prize for Outstanding BSc Final Year Project, with their quantity surveyor Clare Worrell and placement quantity surveyor Hayley Finney handing the award to Naomi Lockwood – Congratulations Naomi!
The NTU Civil Engineering awards are a great endorsement of the academic achievements in Nottinghamshire. My thanks go to the extraordinary support of industry leaders, professional bodies and progressive universities like Nottingham Trent University, who continue to deliver exceptional candidates and future engineers.