University: University of Bath
Course: Civil and architectural engineering
What do you like about working at Turner & Townsend?
The clients and colleagues you get to work with across a range of unique infrastructure and construction projects.
What's the culture like at Turner & Townsend?
Hard working with outgoing people.
How are you finding the graduate scheme?
The graduate scheme here at Turner & Townsend is well structured, well delivered and provides a solid foundation of knowledge to enable all to excel in their careers at the company.
What support do you receive on the scheme?
The support offered throughout the course is excellent, with regular meetings held between yourself, line managers, graduate development advisors and other senior staff.
What training and development opportunities are available to you?
The compulsory quarterly graduate training allows you to learn a great deal about a range of topics.
How are graduates viewed in the company?
As the future.
What projects have you worked on?
When working on a London airport, I was responsible for assisting the organisation in shaping programmes and in delivering a number of initiatives that are aimed to improve the health and well-being of staff.
This week I...
I will be concentrating on producing a quarterly report to allow me to work towards my ICE Chartership. Professional accreditation is a key aspect of the graduate scheme and is encouraged across the organisation.
The compulsory quarterly graduate training allows you to learn a great deal about a range of topics."