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Young professionals will present their latest project work during this evening seminar in a series of 15-minute presentation. Topics will be broad and cover recent maritime projects. There will be contributions from both contractors and consultants giving great insight into what Young Professionals activities across the industry.
A great way to find what Young Professionals are up to!
The event is open to all PIANC members – this is not exclusively an YP event.
Are you interested in presenting at one of these events in the future? If so register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remote Surveying of a Quay Wall in Sierra Leone
Jonathan is a graduate member of the ICE. He has worked on an ever increasing range of maritime projects at Beckett Rankine with exposure in both the UK, in particular on the River Thames, and abroad. Jonny has experience in ground retaining structures, site and project management and structural surveys.
Thames Tideway Tunnel - Temporary Works Design
Giovanna is a graduate member of the Institution of Civil Engineers. She is proficient in geotechnical design focused on the maritime field. In particular, she has experience in monopile and pile design, sheet pile design, gravity wall design, cofferdam design and ground interpretations. Giovanna's skills also include environmental licenses and planning applications and environmental impact assessments.
Intertidal working & concreting – An onshore dolphin construction
James graduated from University of Portsmouth with an MEng in Civil Engineering. Having previously gained work experience with Hampshire County Council he started working for Constructex after graduation. He has been involved with a range of projects.
Temporary works and the construction of the Wellington Dock navigational access
Jake graduated from Plymouth University in 2015 with a MEng (Hons) Civil Engineering including an industrial placement year. During the five years spent at University he completed a series of summer and industrial placements working for civil contractors, structural designers and marine contractors. Jake joined VolkerStevin in January 2016 where he spent a year working in their Temporary Works and Planning departments. In January 2017 Jake started working on the Dover Western Docks Revival project at the Port of Dover as both the Temporary Works Co-ordinator for the project and an Engineer for the construction of the Wellington Dock Navigational Access.