A Donegal student has been named as the Student of the Year with the Chartered Association of Building Engineers.
Quantity Surveying student, Shaun Ferry from Gortahork, was presented with the award for achieving top marks in his first year across the Department of Civil Engineering and Construction at Atlantic Technological University (ATU) Donegal.
(Pictured above is Shaun being presented with his CABE certificate and award by TJ McMenamin, MCM Associates Architecture & Surveying.)
T.J McMenamin of MCM Associates Architecture and Surveying, Raphoe, attended ATU Donegal last week on behalf of CABE to present their annual award for best first year student to Shaun Ferry of Gortahork, Donegal.
T.J McMenamin said on behalf of CABE that he was delighted to present the award to Shaun as a just reward for his hard work. T.J formally presented Shaun with a CABE certificate and bursary cheque.
Shaun, who is now in his third year of the BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying, was delighted to make the trip back to ATU Donegal for the award presentation as he is currently on placement with Scollard Doyle, Quantity Surveyors based in Dún Laoghaire.
Anne Boner, Head of Department of Civil Engineering and Construction Management congratulated Shaun on his great achievement and wished him well with his future studies and placement year.
Anne also thanked CABE for their generous sponsorship of the award and for their ongoing support of the ATU Donegal civil and construction programmes.