QSE Civil Engineering Graduate wins the NCE Graduate Award 2016
29 November 2016
Civil Engineering graduate, Brittany Harris, has won the New Civil Engineer Graduate Awards for 2016.
Graduate recruitment at major construction companies is at its highest level for years as the industry readies itself for a substantial amount of major infrastructure work. With the government committed to major projects such as High Speed 2 and the Thames Tideway Tunnel, graduate engineers can enjoy their pick of jobs and opportunities in the sector.
To help identify the best and brightest graduate talent in the industry, New Civil Engineer brings to you the 2016 Graduate Awards. As always the event recognises the most promising all-round civil engineers and this we seeked graduates within their first two years of post-graduate employment. Meaning they would have graduated in either 2014 or 2015 with a civil engineering or related degree.
Many congratualtions to Brittany Harris (Buro Happold) for this fantastic achievement.
View this year's winner & finalists here. https://graduates.newcivilengineer.com/winners-2016
The winner will...
Directly influence New Civil Engineer's agenda by joining its Editorial Advisory Board.
Act as ambassador to the profession, by judging next year;s Awards & New Civil Engineer's influential NCE100 Companies of the Year Awards.
Build your message through a series of articles in New Civil Engineer.
Share £4000 prize money
Achieve the accolade of the NCE Graduate of the Year