Graduates Live – Balfour Beatty
A live interactive broadcast with a Graduate Civil Engineer from Balfour Beatty
This session will cover:
Sabih Rehman, Graduate Civil Engineer/ Contracts Engineer
I am currently on a Graduate Programme with Balfour Beatty which lasts for 2 years and will be Contracts Engineer on completion. I joined Balfour Beatty straight after 5 years of studying a Masters in Civil and Structural Engineering at the University of Bradford. I work within the Balvac Department who focus on specialist repairs and my day to day job involves me actively working on site projects and also carrying out all of the Quality Assurance for the schemes. These projects can be anywhere in the UK and can last from 1 week to a couple of years.
About Balfour Beatty
Balfour Beatty is a leading international infrastructure group. We finance, develop, build and maintain innovative and efficient infrastructure that underpins daily life, supports communities and enables economic growth.
We provide the essential infrastructure assets societies need to function, develop and thrive. Our teams operate across the full infrastructure lifecycle:
- We finance
- We design and project manage
- We develop and construct
- We operate and maintain assets
With more than 100 years of experience in delivering highly complex infrastructure projects, we know how to operate with the highest levels of quality, safety and technical expertise, integrate with clients and local supply chains and work with local communities.
We operate principally in the UK and the US, with developing businesses in Canada, the Middle East and South East Asia.
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