University: University of Surrey
Course: MCs Water and Environmental Engineering
What do you like about working at Turner & Townsend?
There is a powerful network of experienced and talented professionals who are always willing to share their knowledge. With the scale, diversity and consistent flow of projects, all uniquely challenging, there is a lot of work to get on with.
How are you finding the graduate scheme?
The graduate scheme is well structured. It is geared towards ensuring that we are equipped with the experience, education and skills to grow within the business.
What support do you receive on the scheme?
Regular reviews are scheduled with my line manager. During these reviews, my line manager identifies the best way for me to develop and what skills I need, thus helping me achieve my required competencies.
What training and development opportunities are available to you?
There are graduate quarterly training sessions where presenters from within the business deliver training which align with our required competencies as well as dedicated e-learning and induction portals which offer a wealth of courses covering relevant topics.
How are graduates viewed in the company?
As an asset to Turner & Townsend.
What projects have you worked on?
I have worked on a Town Hall restoration project for a UK city council.
This week I...
Will be managing the production of a RIBA Stage 3 report.
With the scale, diversity and consistent flow of projects, all uniquely challenging, there is a lot of work to get on with."