Creative Project

B+N Referencia Zrt. opened a smartly decorated classroom at the Schulek Frigyes Dual Language Construction Technology Secondary School in Budapest in the autumn of 2021 to the students of the school. The classroom refurbished by the company meets the requirements of the 21st century in every respect. Not long ago, this co-operation continued with a creative project.  

As part of project ‘2.0’ of this successful co-operation going on for several years now, B+N and the school announced a competition for the students in May for creating a concept for a classroom.

This initiative aroused enthusiasm among the youngsters, which is clearly evidenced by the fact that there were 12 entries to the competition. All the materials submitted and their presentations were of really high professional standards. From design creation and the use of materials to the development of a detailed budget and implementation, the teams presented carefully thought-out concepts.

B+N Referencia Zrt. has chosen to implement the project of the team called “This team name is already taken”

As one might say: the jury consisting of the management of the school, the representatives of the students and the team of B+N Referencia Zrt. was in a difficult situation. The team called “This team name is already taken” was declared winner with a narrow majority. Their project will be implemented by B+N Referencia Zrt. The winner project, just like the name of the team, exhibits a high level of creativity: an extraordinary concept with an aesthetically creative use of colours and materials, taking sustainability into consideration, was created.

Summer training at B+N

The company has a long-standing good relationship with the school. They have organised a number of common professional programmes and several students of the school have their summer trainings at B+N. They provide help at the construction sites of the company with budget development and project preparations.

The company also supports students who finish the school and has recently donated HUF 1 million for obtaining manual tools and vocational trainings.