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Mark Griffin Memorial Award – Student of the Year

ENTRY FOR THE 2017 COMPETITION HAS NOW CLOSED. 

 And the finalists are...

Winners were announced 15 June 2017 at the CIBSE ANZ 30th Anniversary Cocktail Function.

Nominations for the 2018 competition will re-open in November 2017.



First Prize: $1,000 + 2 x tickets to the CIBSE ANZ 30th Anniversary Cocktail Function, including overnight accomodation and flights from anywhere in Australia or NZ.

Runner-Up Prize: 2 x tickets to the CIBSE ANZ 30th Anniversary Cocktail Function, including overnight accomodation and flights from anywhere in Australia or NZ.

Closing Date For Entries: Entry deadline extended to Thursday 18 May 2017

Awards Presentation: CIBSE ANZ 30th Anniversary Cocktail Function - June 15th, 6:30pm, Melbourne Aquarium

Eligibility

  • Individual applicants only

  • Applications must be CIBSE Student members. Not a member? It is free to join by completing this application form.

  • Applicants must be currently studying for a BSc, BEng or MEng study at an Australian or New Zealand University.

Nomination requirements 

Nominees must submit a soft copy of one A1 poster, to satisfy the competition brief outlined below. The poster is to have a maximum of 1,500 words and should include at least two diagrams/sketches. The A1 poster should include your name and contact details.

Nominees will be assessed on their response to the competition brief outlined below. Particular regard will be given to those who respond innovatively to the problem.

For more information please email: YEN@CIBSE.ORG.AU


 

Mark Griffin, 1962-2014

Mark hailed from North London and studied Building Services Engineering at 

what was then the Polytechnic of the South Bank. He worked in the UK, Sweden and South Africa, but made Sydney, Australia his home in 1991.

Mark picked up a temporary job with a fledgling building services consultancy ‘ VOS’ – and he remained with them for some 18 years, rising through the ranks to eventually become Director of Engineering.

In 2009, Mark joined AECOM, as their Building Services Leader, responsible for managing a highly skilled multi-discipline team, delivering iconic projects within Australia.

Mark was passionate about building services engineering and an inspiration to his many colleagues and friends, so it is fitting that this award is named in his honour.