It was fitting that a competition to design a logo for the new Technology Centre at the Isle campus of the College of West Anglia was actually won by a graphic design student.
Now the creation by Tom Dunn will be used in all promotions for the £7.2m Technology Centre in Wisbech, which is set to be officially opened this week. And on top that honour Tom also won a £50 prize.
Last week Tom, from March, was handed a giant cheque by Alan Seeley, technology programme manager and Stuart Spiteri-Nobbs, head of construction, who originally came up with the idea of the design competition.
He was one of the final judges, along with Michelle Blake, the college’s senior marketing co-ordinator, Stephen Lowery, head of the Technology Faculty, and Stuart Spiteri-Nobbs, construction leader.
He said that Tom’s graphic design was perfect.
Tom (18), who is in the second year of a Btec extended diploma, aims to study graphic design at Lincoln University.
Fellow students, as well as graphic design course director Jane Goodwin, looked on as he received his cheque.