Three LSBU apprentices win UK engineering awardsThe CIBSE awards are presented to apprentices ‘who are rising stars with a burning desire to succeed in the building services sector’
Three London South Bank University (LSBU) apprentices have won major engineering awards presented by Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE).
The three CIBSE apprentice award winners are:
- Apprentice of the Year winner - Megan Whitbread, LSBU apprentice who is currently working at Troup Bywaters + Anders.
- Apprentice of the Year first runner up - George James Field, LSBU apprentice who is currently working at chapmanbdsp.
- Apprentice of the Year second runner up - George Suddery, LSBU apprentice who is currently working at Hoare Lea.
The CIBSE awards are presented to apprentices ‘who are rising stars with a burning desire to succeed in the building services sector’.
Megan Whitbread is an Apprentice Building Services Engineer at Troup Bywaters + Anders in London and ‘is now on track to successfully complete the final year of her degree apprenticeship at LSBU with first-class honours’. Megan was announced as CIBSE Apprentice of the year after giving a three-minute video presentation on, ‘Why the role of a building services engineer is a good career.’
George James Field is a Apprentice Mechanical Engineer. For the last six months, George has worked on-site at the Battersea Power Station, one of Europe’s largest regeneration projects.
George Suddery is currently working at Hoare Lea in Cambridge within the Electrical team.
Professor George Ofori, Dean of School of The Built Environment and Architecture, LSBU, said:
“I want to congratulate Megan May Whitbread, George James Field and George Suddery for winning the national engineering awards. We are incredibly proud of their fantastic achievements as LSBU apprentices.
“There is no better example of LSBU’s commitment to give our students a personalised and practical education that sets them up for successful careers than our apprentices winning all three CIBSE apprentice awards.”