Adam Wins Insight Technical Service Award
Adam Norton one of Elements Europe’s CAD Technicians has won an award from Wolverhampton University in recognition of his outstanding work during his two year HNC course.
Adam has worked for The Pickstock Group for 3 years, two of which have been spent working within the Elements Europe drawing team as CAD Technician, an integral member of the team.
During his two years in the drawings department Adam has studied part time at Wolverhampton University, doing a HNC in Architectural Technology. His two years of hard work has certainly paid off, gaining the highest possible mark of Distinction. Not only this, Adam has been notified that he has won an award for obtaining the highest average grade scored out of all of the students on the course.
Adams ambition doesn’t stop there, in September he will go on to continue his studies at Birmingham University to complete the remaining two years of the course which will result in gaining a BSc Hons in Architectural Technology.
Adam commented “Having the opportunity to study whilst working in a construction industry environment enables me to apply more relevance to my studies. It has undoubtedly helped me to complete work to a higher standard in my job within Elements Europe and for my University coursework” Adam added “I was really pleased to have heard I had won an award after all the hard work that I have put in. I would like to say thank you to The Pickstock Group in the opportunity I have been given to continue my studies”.
Sara Pickstock commented on Adams achievements “Here at The Pickstock Group we like to encourage our employees to further educate themselves to become specialists in their field and keep up to date with current standards, something which is extremely important in the construction industry. By doing this The Pickstock Group will continue to develop and lead the way in innovative construction methods. Adam is a perfect example of why investing in people is important to us and we are confident that he will continue to do well in his forthcoming studies”.