Second year Architectural Technology students have just finished a successful intensive learning week during their first semester activity week.
Their task was to choose a part of their design for a deployable light structure for temporary exhibition and entertainment purposes, and detail the architectural structure of it (examples are shown in the image). They learnt how to use Solid Works and were given the option of printing their model using 3D printing and rapid prototyping in the advanced engineering building, with help from our technical support staff (especially Daniel Brookes).
The week proved to be a challenge but the results show that it was worth every effort. Well done to all to our level 5 Architectural Technology students!
A University of Brighton alumna has been appointed United Nations Special Representative for Sustainable Energy for All.
Damilola Ogunbiyi, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Nigeria’s Rural Electrification Agency, has also been selected as Co-Chair of United Nations-Energy which promotes “coherence within the UN family of organisations in the energy field”.
The appointments were announced by UN Secretary-General António Guterres.
Sustainable Energy for All is an international organisation launched by the then Secretary-General of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, to “help mobilize achievement of universal energy access, improve energy efficiency, and increase the use of renewable energy”.
The University of Brighton awarded Ms Ogunbiyi a Project Management for Construction BSc(Hons) in 2001 and a Project Management for Construction MSc the following year.
Of her time in Brighton, she said: “University was the best time of my life.” Read More →
Elitsa won the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Certificate of Excellence – Architectural Technology (Innovative Design Project) for her forward-thinking and innovative final year project. Read More →
Jai graduated from Building Surveying BSc(Hons). She won the Hays Building Surveying prize as the Building Surveying student who has produced the best overall performance in their final project.
What made you choose Brighton and this course?
I am a mature student who already had an established life in Brighton. I know lots of people who studied at the University of Brighton (UoB) and loved it, including my boyfriend who completed the same degree! My boyfriend graduated just a few months after we became an item, I was an estate agent but looking for more and he supported me into finding the correct course. Read More →
Alex Judd won the CIAT South East Region Price for his dissertation and the CIOB Certificate of Excellence – Architectural Technology for the student who produced the best overall performance in the Architectural Technology BSc(Hons).
A Brighton graduate is playing an instrumental role in delivering a major component of the University’s Moulsecoomb campus development.
Clayton Parsons, who graduated in Project Management for Construction in 2014, is Envelope and External Works Manager for the Big Build, part of his wider position as a Site Manager at major construction company Bouygues UK.
Bouygues UK is delivering student accommodation, Students’ Union and fitness facilities, which will be completed in 2021 for development partner Uliving.
After undertaking a placement year at Bouygues during his time at the University, Clayton joined the company’s graduate scheme and then became a full-time employee. He has since worked on a number of large-scale developments. Read More →
The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) Region 10 (South East Region), had their AGM (Annual General Meeting) at University of Brighton on Friday 15 March 2019. 2nd and 3rd year Architectural Technology (AT) students were invited to attend, observe and investigate how they can contribute to their main professional accreditation body.
Students on our construction and building courses have been enjoying fortnightly visits to the Kier Project, part of the University’s Big Build ambitious project on the Moulsecoomb campus, watching the progress of the multi-storey car park from the beginning.
It is particularly interesting to note Kier’s attitude to sustainability by viewing their water butt, recycling and composting facilities and even a bird feeding station placed adjacent to the site compound!