Two Quantity Surveyors at RG Falla have successfully completed their degree courses in Construction Management.
Bradley Morton, who is currently based on site at our Havelet Waters project, achieved an upper second class honours degree, having completed four years study at Highlands College, Jersey. Bradley started working at RG Falla in 2013, and embarked on a two year course, requiring him to fly to Jersey one day a week, achieving his Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment in 2015.
After success in his HNC, Bradley started the Degree with Highlands College and London South Bank University, whilst continuing a full time job as a Quantity Surveyor. Studying involved both distance learning and travelling to Highlands College for block weeks of lectures.
Bradley’s honours project was based on Risk Management in Construction for Contractors.
David Stuart has been working at RG Falla since completing his A-levels in 2010. He then spent five years attending Guernsey College on a day release basis, first attaining his National Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment, and then achieving a Level 5 Higher National Diploma, with Distinctions in all units.
Following on from this success David became a student of London South Bank University and commenced the final year of a BSc (Hons) Degree in Construction Management, studying via day release at Guernsey College.
Whilst holding down a full time job, working on a number of major projects including Ladies College, Clos Le Noury and Guelles Road, David attained a First Class Honours Degree.
David’s honours dissertation was based on Timber Frame v SIPS for Guernsey Housing Association Development Projects.
Both Bradley and David wish to acknowledge the tremendous support from RG Falla over the course of their studies.
Their degree success is a huge achievement; to work full time in busy and responsible positions, whilst studying for a full time degree, takes enormous dedication and hard work. For Bradley and David that hard work has paid off, and RG Falla are very proud of them.