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QS student wins laptop and software worth €2,500

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Monday, December 10, 2012

First year GMIT student Sean Mannion from Cahergal, Tuam, who won a laptop sponsored by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) Western Branch and software for QS Professionals sponsored by Building Software Services (BSS). Sean won the prize worth €2,500 for having the highest Leaving Certificate points as a first year student on the Construction Economics & Quantity Surveying degree programme in GMIT.

 

Pictured, L to R: Paul Johnston, Chair of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI), Western Branch, prize-winning student Sean Mannion, Michael Kirwan, Sales Manager, BSS Buildsoft, Michael Carmody, GMIT President and Sean Canney, Programme Co-ordinator, Construction Economics & Quantity Surveying, GMIT.

Pictured, L to R: Paul Johnston, Chair of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI), Western Branch, prize-winning student Sean Mannion, Michael Kirwan, Sales Manager, BSS Buildsoft, Michael Carmody, GMIT President and Sean Canney, Programme Co-ordinator, Construction Economics & Quantity Surveying, GMIT.

Pictured, L to R: Paul Johnston, Chair of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI), Western Branch, prize-winning student Sean Mannion, Michael Kirwan, Sales Manager, BSS Buildsoft, Michael Carmody, GMIT President and Sean Canney, Programme Co-ordinator, Construction Economics & Quantity Surveying, GMIT.