IT Sligo student, Benin Mac Donnacha was presented with his CIOB (Chartered Institute of Building) Bronze medal award by Sean O Brien from the CIOB last week. Benin is in his final year in Construction Project Management and has also completed the Advanced Wood & Sustainable Building Technology programme.
The CIOB represent the world’s largest and most influential professional body for construction management and leadership. Members work worldwide in the development, conservation, and improvement of the built environment.
The presentation was to mark the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Bronze medal award that was presented to Benin for his achievements during his study at IT Sligo and his nomination for the Joe White Award.
Benin completed the BSc Advanced Wood and Sustainable Building programme and has progressed on to the BSc Construction Project Management.
The award was presented by Sean O`Brien and John Joe Doherty who represented the Northwest division of the CIOB. Lecturers Keiran Gallagher and Paul Donlon represented IT Sligo at the presentation.
Paul Donlon said: “Benin was an outstanding student and performed to a high level during his studies at Institute of Technology Sligo. He has worked hard and should be proud of his achievements and I wish him the very best in his future career. It is a pleasure to see a student progress through the years and reach great achievements that will line him up for a promising career.”