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Education Awards by GAI

by Simon Yuen on Dec 14, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Hong Kong-born Isaac Tam of Tung Fat Ho Building Material Ltd has received the Pinnacle Award from the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers

The Education Awards ceremony by The Guild of Architectural Ironmongers (GAI) was held on 12 November in London, with the Pinnacle Award being awarded to Isaac Tam of Hong Kong’s Tung Fat Ho Building Material Ltd.

Isaac Tam & Simon Leung, Tung Fat Ho Building Material Ltd

Simon Leung, general manager of Tung Fat Ho Building Material Ltd and also one of the judges of A&D Trophy Awards 2015, said,” These qualifications are essential for giving confidence to key players in the US and the UK. We will continue to inspire people's appetite for learning. Having even more top winners, just like Isaac, is a definite aspiration.”

Isaac Tam GAI Education Awards, November 2015

Tam was also awarded first prize for the Diploma and the Top Scheduling Shield and three other awards.

In 2015, 126 students achieved GAI qualifications and the top 12 students were presented with awards during the ceremony in London.

L to R - Maria Powell, Janet Street-Porter, Isaac Tam, Andy Fitzgerald

GAI president Maria Powel commented, “We celebrated the rising star of our industry – those who have committed to a journey of learning, personal development and profession excellence.”

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