This specialist consultancy is able to provide design, site experience and ICE approved training. The expertise you will acquire is highly sought after, it will develop your technical capabilities and practical understanding of buildability issues whilst working closely with the UK’s leading developers and contractors. Their project workload is nationwide with an emphasis on complex, high profile building schemes in Central London. Under the mentorship of an ICE supervising civil engineer, you will swiftly accumulate the required experience preparing you for your professional review and chartership.
Our client is a leader in the design of temporary works projects, their work is often more complex than the associated permanent structure, this is especially so for the many large and congested city centre developments they work on. They provide detailed design and sequencing expertise to contractors and developers and front-end advice at tender and concept stages. The company employs over one hundred staff and you will join a design team of forty. Your work will encompass steel and RC designs for façade retention, basement excavations, propping, shoring, plus a myriad of temporary works related design solutions. As you progress you will work more closely with clients and provide pre-construction advice and liaise with their site based project managers and directors.
Your Profile: You will have a 2:1 degree, or above, in civil or structural engineering from a reputable university. You should have around one years’ design experience with a consultancy or contractor, building structures or civil engineering experience is equally desirable. The motivation to learn and become a chartered engineer is essential.