School pupil designed water feature at Cranfield company

From left, Sam Fish, sculptor of water feature; Raghbir Chand, Managing Director, BHR Group; Councillor Caroline Maudlin, Chairman of Central Bedfordshire Council, Councillor Brian White, Mayor of Milton Keynes; Dhrew Chudasama (holding Competition Winners Plaque); Mrs Shami Chudasama, Mr Dev Chudasama and Richard Howitt, MEP
From left, Sam Fish, sculptor of water feature; Raghbir Chand, Managing Director, BHR Group; Councillor Caroline Maudlin, Chairman of Central Bedfordshire Council, Councillor Brian White, Mayor of Milton Keynes; Dhrew Chudasama (holding Competition Winners Plaque); Mrs Shami Chudasama, Mr Dev Chudasama and Richard Howitt, MEP
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A school pupil designed a water feature that has now been unveiled at an engineering company in Cranfield.

Dhrew Chudasama, who attends Cedars Primary School, in Newport Pagnell, used the globe the inspiration for the feature now holding pride of place at the BHR Group, in Cranfield University.

Fluid engineering consultancy BHR Group has an outreach programme where it engages with regional schools and colleges to promote engineering.

The pupil chose a globe theme to represent BHR Group’s global presence, but also as a reminder that water is a scarce resource in certain parts of the world.

BHR Group is celebrating more than 65 years in business and hosted a celebratory showcase to highlight what it is doing now and in the future for the local community, for British engineering and for its network of global clients.

Milton Keynes mayor Brian White, Mayor of Milton Keynes, presented Dhrew Chudasama with his winner’s plaque and spoke of the benefits deriving from the BHR Group Outreach Programme and the promise careers in engineering have to offer pupils such as Dhrew.