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This event is organised by the North Wales Branch of ICE Wales Cymru to showcase the experience of three aspiring engineers, speaking on three very different topics:
Llangefni Link Road - The Road Through the Ancient Burial Ground
"I was the Client’s Site Supervisor on the Llangefni Link Road Project and I will be speaking about the problems we encountered on site including the discovery of an ancient burial ground, and how we resolved those problems."
Llangennech rising main Horizontal Directional Drill
“I was the Client’s Site Supervisor on the Llangennech Rising Main Project and I will be speaking about the project constraints and environmental considerations.”
Difficulties with poor ground and high ground water at Denbigh WwTW
“I was the civil engineer on Denbigh Waste Water Treatment Works P Removal Scheme and tonight I am going to be speaking about some of the challenges we faced and the opportunities that came out of them.”
Isle of Anglesey County Council, Llangefni
Carl became EngTech, MICE Professionally Qualified and was also awarded the ICE Technician Plus Scholarship in 2018. He then went on to gain a BEng (Hons) 1st Class in Civil Engineering from Liverpool John Moores University in 2020. Carl is employed as a Senior Engineer (Design) with Isle of Anglesey County Council and is currently working towards IEng, MICE Professional Qualification having recently registered as a Trainee on the North Wales Joint Councils ICE Company Approved Training Scheme.
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water, Kinmel Park
Tudur gained a HNC Civil Engineering Studies at Glyndwr University and then graduated with a BEng (Hons) in Civil Engineering from Liverpool John Moores University in 2015. Tudur has been working with Dwr Cymru Welsh Water since 2012 and is a graduate member of the ICE working towards CEng, MICE Professional Qualification. In 2019 whilst working for the Dwr Cymru Welsh Water Capital Delivery team Tudur successfully completed the ICE Experiential Learning Assessment process in order to satisfy the academic qualification requirements for CEng, MICE Professional Qualification. Tudur is registered as a Trainee on the ICE Mentor Supported Training programme which is near to successful completion and he is currently working on his Professional Review Report.
Mott Macdonald Bentley, Wrexham
Prithula graduated from the University of Leeds with a MEng (Hons) in Civil and Structural Engineering in 2017 and she is currently a graduate member of the ICE , working toward C Eng, MICE. Prithula has been working with Mott Macdonald Bentley at the Five Fords WwTW Wrexham as a graduate civil engineer since graduating in 2017. She has also had the opportunity to work on a range of wastewater non- infra projects with DCWW and has recently joined their Dams and Reservoirs team. Prithula is registered as a Trainee on the Mott Macdonald ICE Company Approved Training Scheme.
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