2015 Awards

 

The 2015 Finalists

The 2015 Young builder of the year awards, House of Commons, London.

2015 YOUNG BUILDER OF THE YEAR AWARDS – WINNERS ANNOUNCED

14 to 16 Year old category

Winner –

  • Brett Morrison – Construction Design Centre, Sheffield

Runner Up –

  • Tom Mills – Plume School, Maldon, Essex

Commended –

  • Cameron Edwards – Plume School, Malden, Essex

16 to 24 year old category

Winner –

  • Ryan Cook – Lovell, Hull

Runners Up –

  • Nathan Buckley – English Construction, Shrewsbury
  • Rebecca Russell – Durkan, London

Highly Commended –

  • Khaled Ahmed – The Hub Construction Skills Centre, Barnardo’s, London
  • Rebecca Lee – St Ed’s Construction Training Centre, Norwich
  • Jac Wearing-Evans – Cyfle Building Skills, South West Wales
  • Owain Wearing-Evans – Cyfle Building Skills, South West Wales

Commended –

  • Shaun Cowell – Central College, Nottingham
  • Courtney Henry-Sang – East Thames Housing, London
  • Leyland Jones – St Ed’s Construction Training Centre, Norwich
  • Jaimee-Leigh Lister – Hull Training, Hull
  • Robbie McConnell – Barnardo’s Works, Paisley
  • Keeley McIntyre – Incommunities, Leeds
  • Matthew Stanford – Hull Training, Hull
  • Jason Tuitt – Notting Hill Housing, Construction Training Initiative, London

 The 2015 Young builder of the year awards, House of Commons, London.

Alan Johnson MP, with finalists and their supporters – all from Hull!

The 2015 Young builder of the year awards, House of Commons, London.

 

 

 

 

 

Khaled Ahmed with his parents

The 2015 Young builder of the year awards, House of Commons, London.

 

 

 

 

 

Shaun Cowell with his family and supporters

The 2015 Young builder of the year awards, House of Commons, London.

Guests at the Awards

Nick Clayton of CDC, Sheffield, receives a special award for organisations that support young people to train for the construction industry.

The 2015 Young builder of the year awards, House of Commons, London.

Finalists receiving their Awards

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Congratulations to all of you!

 

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John Attley, NHBC, Sharon Mungovan of Skanska and Neil Carroll of Toolstation

Many thanks to our sponsors NHBS, Skanska, Toolstation, Places for People and B&CE Charitable Trust, without whose valuable support we would not be able to hold the Young Builder of the Year Awards.

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 David Shaw of Places for People and Nicola Sinclair of B&CE

 

The 2015 Judges with Youthbuild UK President Baroness Smith of Basildon

The 2015 Young builder of the year awards, House of Commons, London.

Our guest speaker, Sadi Khan, told the audience about the struggles she had to overcome before setting up her business.

The 2015 Young builder of the year awards, House of Commons, London.

The finalists ended the day with a trip on the London Eye

Ryan Cook, the 2015 Young Builder of the Year, with Christine Eccles of Together Housing and Sharon Jarvis of Lovell

The 2015 Young builder of the year awards, House of Commons, London.

 

 

About the 2015 Young Builder of the Year Awards

The 16th Young Builder of the Year Awards celebrate the achievements of young people, who despite having to overcome a range of barriers have succeeded in training for and or gaining employment in the construction industry

There are two categories: –

  • 14 to 16 year olds still in education
  • 16 to 24 year olds in employment or training

Judging will take place in August and the finalists will be chosen.

The finalists will be invited to the Awards Ceremony at the House of Commons on Thursday 15th October 2015, when the winners will be announced.

For 2015 there is a prize fund of £7,500 and all shortlisted finalists will receive an award.

  • The overall winner will receive up to £1,500 (including tools)
  • The runner up will receive up to £750 (including tools)
  • The winner of the 14 to 16 year old category will receive up to £750 (including tools) and their educational establishment will receive tools worth up to £500.

All finalists end the day with a trip on the London Eye.

Celebrating Young Peoples’ Success