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Engineering health & wellbeing evening, Ashford

  • Ashford
  • 02 May 2019
  • 18:00 - 20:30
Engineering health & wellbeing evening, Ashford

About this event

PBA is an independent consulting practice of engineers, planners, scientists, and economists. We’ve been providing personal trusted advice to our public and private clients for over 50 years.

Presentation: Emily Rowe, local engineering student, will speak about her volunteer experience in Nepal where she helped rebuild a school damaged by the 2015 earthquake.

Wellbeing activities: Provided by Lisa-Kay’s Beauty Box, therapeutic treatments provided by qualified therapists in a relaxed atmosphere.

When booking for this event, please download and complete the consultation form and send a copy with your choice of treatment to [email protected] (by 26 April 2019) and bring a copy along to the event.

Booking information: £15.00 per ticket. This includes for 1 x 20-minute treatment, refreshments and inspirational talk.

Pay and display parking is available in front of the building.

Event organised by: Susan Hawkes, EngTech MICE, with over 30 years’ experience as a CAD Technician working within the construction industry and for the last 3½ years at Berryrange Ltd.

Event hosted by: Michelle Hawkett, Peter Brett Associates. Michelle is a Civil Engineering Technician, working within a civil engineering discipline and project delivery team at PBA, with a focus on utilities. She has been with the company for 18 years, providing technical support to engineers in the delivery of a variety of infrastructure and land development projects.

A word from our sponsor
All of our work, from the engineering of landmark buildings and critical infrastructure to the spatial planning and economic evidence in support of development, is evidence based and informed by a deep understanding of what it takes to deliver construction.

We have a strong reputation for taking the initiative to extend our knowledge, seek out opinions, and challenge our methodologies. This open-minded approach to our work is embedded in our culture and our values.

PBA is active across all key markets in the UK and Central Europe, including office and commercial, urban regeneration, infrastructure, education, energy, public sector, residential, retail and town centres, tourism and leisure, waste and water.

The main services we offer are Buildings, Civil Engineering, Environment, Planning and Transportation, and our clients include commercial companies, architects, landowners, property developers, local authorities, government departments, regeneration agencies, retailers and contractors.

We have 700 staff with a depth of technical skills spread across 15 regional offices in the UK and three Central European offices.

We value each employee as an individual and we think this is one of our greatest differentiators. We invest heavily in learning and development, focussed on both the technical skills as well as the softer, personal development skills needed to ensure we grow multi-skilled consultants. Everyone from Apprentices to Partners within the Practice participates in learning and development activities as we appreciate that to be a great consultant, we need to ensure we continuously develop ourselves in order for us to grow the Practice and delight our clients.

Berryrange Ltd is rightly considered to be one of the UK’s leading specialist contractors for Sheet Piling, and all forms of steel pile installation. Our offices are based in the Medway area of Kent, close to our piling yard, where our equipment and pile stocks are stored. We can offer a well-maintained fleet of the latest piling equipment, ideally suited to safe and efficient installations. From initial concept discussions and budget prices through to contract completion and the production of a comprehensive O&M manual, we have the capability to tailor our experience and expertise to suit your exact requirements.

Lisa-Kay’s Beauty Box, is a mobile beauty therapist with 13 years’ experience within Spa’s and High Street Salons, based in Faversham and working within a 20-mile radius offering a variety of treatments in the comfort of your own home. Lisa will be assisted by four other therapists on the day.

Emily Rowe is currently in her final year at Invicta Grammar School and has accepted an offer to study Civil Engineering at the University of Sheffield. Emily organised her trip to Nepal to complete the residential section for her Gold Duke of Edinburgh Award, and has subsequently completed an Extended Project Qualification about how Nepal can prepare for future earthquakes.

Event venue

Peter Brett Associates (PBA)
Unit 10, Connect 38
1 Dover Place
Ashford
Ashford TN23 1FB
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Anne Qualters

e: [email protected]

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