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December 24, 2009 7:00 AM CST

NCSU Team Claim Sigmon Memorial Scholarship Masonry Design Award

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The North Carolina State University team of Erika Jolleys (second from left) of Manchester, England; Rebecca Hora (third from left) of Bridgewater, Conn.; and Ana Milliones (fourth from left) of Charlotte, N.C. NCMCA Past-president Doug Burton (third from right) and Matt Griffith (first on left), served as jurors.
The North Carolina State University team of Erika Jolleys (second from left) of Manchester, England; Rebecca Hora (third from left) of Bridgewater, Conn.; and Ana Milliones (fourth from left) of Charlotte, N.C. NCMCA Past-president Doug Burton (third from right) and Matt Griffith (first on left), served as jurors.

The North Carolina State University team of Erika Jolleys of Manchester, England, Rebecca Hora of Bridgewater, Connecticut, and Ana Milliones of Charlotte has claimed the North Carolina Masonry Contractors Association 2009 Sigmon Memorial Scholarship Masonry Design Award and will share a semester's in-state tuition as their prize. NCMCA Past President Doug Burton and Matt Griffith an architect in the architectural office of Frank Harmon, Raleigh served as jurors for the October 15th competition.

The competition is part of Professor Patrick Rand's "Architectural Construction Systems" class at North Carolina State University's College of Design. Matt Griffith has the distinction of being the first contest judge that actually participated in the NCMCA design competition when he himself was a student in the Rand class. The scholarship is named in memory of David, Randy, and Dwayne Sigmon. 2009 marks the ninth year for the NC State/NCMCA design competition.


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