The Construction Industry Federation invites participation in designing ‘A Home for Everyone’.
Aimed at senior cycle students, it is a team-based project where students work together to design a home that helps ‘solve’ climate change, the housing crisis and addresses inclusivity.
The winning team will present their home design to the Construction Industry Federation (CIF), the Minister for Housing and others and win prizes for their school and themselves.
The submissions should to be eco-friendly, affordable and suitable for both elderly people and those with physical disabilities.
The competition will run until 7th February with judging taking place until mid-March. The winning team will have their design rendered into a three-dimensional model, so they can virtually walk through the house with friends and family in March 2021.
In addition, the winning school will receive high-end measuring equipment, a laser level and a masterclass in the use of the equipment. The winning team members will have the option of taking a CIF scholarship or access its apprenticeship programme if they do decide to take a construction-related career route in the future.
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