Engineering consultancy challenges students to predict how design and construction will change in the next forty years
Engineering consultancy Hilson Moran has launched a design competition asking students in the engineering sector to explore how they think the design and construction of the built environment will change in the next forty years. The competition is one of a series of events and initiatives taking place throughout 2017 in celebration of Hilson Moran’s fortieth anniversary year and the next forty years.
The ‘Future Forty’ competition hopes to encourage students to come up with a vision for the future of the industry and how it could benefit the world and society at large. Conceptual ideas and designs are also invited.
The competition is free to enter and the winner will receive £1,000, along with the opportunity to take up a paid internship in one of Hilson Moran’s UK offices. The runner up and third place winner will receive £500 and £250 respectively. Entries must be submitted by 24 April 2017.
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