Meet our Slough office’s newest graduates.
Our new graduates have found their feet quickly and are proving to be a valuable asset. We’re fully committed to mentoring and training young people to become excellent planners and future engineers. They’ve been learning a wide range of technical skills, from collision studies to traffic modelling to highway layout design. Learning on the job is the most effective way of developing new skills and embedding academic learning into real life applications.
Find out about our newest grads who joined in May 2018
I studied BSc physical geography at Royal Holloway and I graduated in 2017, my work so far has included:
- Cycle route reviews and improvements in Kensington
- Electric Vehicle charging bays in Lambeth
- Junction corridor improvements across Chelsea
- Cycle infrastructure design in Waltham Forest
- Borough wide 20mph scheme in Richmond
I’m really enjoying my time at Project Centre, the team is great and the grad scheme is a fantastic opportunity for graduates to get started in the engineering sector. It is definitely a scheme I would highly recommend to any graduates considering a career in the industry.
I studied Beng Civil Engineering and completed an Msc in Tunnelling and underground space, both at the University of Warwick, and have been working on:
- Road safety investigations in Lambeth
- Collision studies in Islington
- Using CAD to draw up design proposals in Northwood
- Modelling of junctions using LinSig
What I’ve enjoyed most about the Graduate Programme is the variation in work and Project Centre’s emphasis on training and my own professional development. I would highly recommend the scheme to anybody looking to get started in the industry.
I studied for a bachelors in civil engineering at University College London and I have worked on:
- Base modelling for junctions in Balham
- Junction signal design for Southfields Station project
From the outset of the programme I was able to start working on a project and each day requires me to take new challenges where I’ve been able to develop my understanding of the technical elements that form part of preliminary design. I’ve been integrated into a team of experienced and supportive professionals who are helping me to develop in my role and provide sound advice on how to advance in my career as an engineer. This graduate program provides an excellent start for those planning a career in traffic and transportation and I would certainly recommend Project Centre for those planning to begin their career in this industry.
We’re delighted to welcome them as part of the team and look forward to working with them for many years to come.
Find out about last year’s graduates here.
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