Westminster construction student highly commended by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) for her Masters dissertation
Property and Construction 14 December 2012
Her dissertation was on ‘The impact of external stakeholder management in the delivery of construction projects’.
"I am very proud to have had my dissertation recognized by the CIOB, the award is not only a great acknowledgement of all the hard work but is also an endorsement of all the support and guidance I received from my tutors throughout the course. Completing my Masters in Construction Project Management in the supportive and inspiring environment that the University of Westminster provided has enabled my company Interiorbeing Ltd. to design and manage projects of significantly increased complexity and scale."
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