Richter Senior Design Engineer achieves Master's Degree

Max Burbidge achieves Master's Degree in Temporary Works and Construction Method Engineering

Published: 21/02/2023 12:56 - Updated: 07/03/2023 - 11:42

We are thrilled to announce that Max Burbidge has passed his MSc with Distinction in Temporary Works and Construction Method Engineering from City University.

Max joined us in July 2020 as a design engineer and has since progressed to Senior Design Engineer.

Max's dedication to his studies and passion for construction engineering is truly inspiring. As he reflects on his achievement, Max shares his gratitude for the support he received throughout his academic journey:

“I tremendously enjoyed studying at City, University of London and am grateful to Richter for allowing me to study while working. Achieving an MSc in Temporary works and construction method engineering is a major milestone for me en route to chartership with the Institution of Civil Engineers. Being awarded the degree with distinction is a satisfying reward for the last two years and is a testament to the staff at City and the many excellent engineers I am able to call on for advice here at Richter."

Kim Basta, Richter Associate, spoke about how Max is an inspiration for all and is an incredibly motivated and dedicated student and has gone above and beyond what was expected of him over the past few months.

She said: “He has put tremendous effort in throughout his academic journey, completing numerous assignments and conducting further reading, often sacrificing his free time at weekends and evenings. All the hard work paid off as he passed his MSc with flying colours! We are all very proud here in Marlow, not only because we have such talented people working alongside us, but also due to their drive & ambition that helps them excel further beyond expectations each day they come into the office.

It's inspiring seeing someone like Max put so much effort into their studies - it serves as a reminder that hard work pays off! Congratulations Max on your impressive accomplishment; you definitely deserve every bit of success you have achieved!”

Congratulations Max on this impressive achievement! Your dedication and hard work have truly paid off.

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