Worshipful Company of Constructors awards David E Tong Cup to Harry Gilder | Como

Worshipful Company of Constructors awards David E Tong Cup to Harry Gilder

  • Dr Gheorghe Multescu, Harry Gilder, Prof. Charles Egbu, Barry Symonds, Peter Haywood

Como Commercial Manager, Harry Gilder, has been awarded the highly prestigious David E Tong cup for his top achievements during his studies at London South Bank University (LSBU). 

The Worshipful Company of Constructors (WCC) organised their annual awards dinner at the Drapers’ Hall in the City of London. This event continues a well established WCC tradition of supporting and providing recognition for study achievements and excellence in the Construction academic sector for London-based universities.

This year’s two prizes were awarded to top London South Bank University and University of Westminster graduates. Harry Gilder, who graduated in July 2014 from the BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying degree at LSBU, took home the meritorious David E Tong cup for excellent work and academic results.

The group representing LSBU at this prestigious event included Professor Charles Egbu, the new Dean of the School of the Built Environment and Architecture, Dr Gheorghe Multescu, BSc Quantity Surveying Course Director, Daniel Fong, Academic Director and Peter Haywood, Property, Construction and Surveying Subject Leader. The LSBU group was also joined by Barry Symonds, former Head of the Property, Surveying and Construction Department at LSBU and a member of the WCC livery.

Dr Gheorghe Multescu, Course Director at the School of the Built Environment & Architecture, LSBU said: “The Worshipful Company of Constructors (WCC) Annual Awards Dinner is a great celebration of hard work and academic excellence. I am very pleased to say that Harry Gilder is a worthy prize winner of the David E Tong Cup for his top achievements throughout his Quantity Surveying degree studies at London South Bank University. The David E Tong Cup is a meritorious award established by the Worshipful Company of Constructors as part of its tradition of supporting and providing recognition for study achievements and excellence in the Construction academic sector for London-based universities.“

08.04.2015