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Arup hires graduates and apprentices in Nottingham

Written by: Prithvi Pandya
Published on: 20 Oct 2021

Alice Lamb [square]Planning and design firm Arup has announced it has taken on graduates and apprentices in Nottingham to work on a wide range of projects.

New apprentice technicians Alice Lamb and David Simpson have joined the buildings mechanical and electrical (M&E) engineering team.

The apprentices who have completed their part-time degrees this year include Gemma Broughton, who studied mechanical and electrical engineering and is with the buildings M&E team.

A fourth apprentice, Sean Chapman, has trained to be an M&E engineer, completing a degree and obtaining incorporated engineer status.

Luke Webster and Holly Townsend join the buildings structural team as graduates.

Ross Bramley joins the infrastructure civil engineering team where he is interested in the push to use sustainable solutions.

Paddy Appelqvist joins the railway engineering team in Nottingham engaged in designing rolling stock as well as infrastructure.

Vicky Evans and Steve Fernandez were both promoted to directors in Nottingham.

Pictured: Alice Lamb and David Simpson

Thumbnail L-R: Gemma Broughton, Ross Bramley and Sean Chapman

Image credit | Arup