Insights and opinions from our people…
Adding Value to Communities… For Years to Come
Reflections from Project Manager Richard Holmes on working in partnership to add value to local community at Mountpark Southampton.
A Year In Industry…
For the last four months, the Winvic team has been helping five new recruits to become accustomed to a life working in construction, and to practically apply what they have learned in the university classroom over the last two years.
We caught up with some of them, to find out why they chose the construction industry, what they think of the Winvic experience so far and how they see their future careers.
Peter’s Journey – A Year In Industry as a Quantity Surveying Student
Hear from Peter, an aspiring Quantity Surveyor who is studying for a BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management at Nottingham Trent University.
George’s Story – Trainee QS Takes Year Out for Winvic Work Placement
George Johnson speaks about his year in industry placement to date, working as a trainee QS on the landmark Segro Logistics Park East Midlands Gateway.
Matt’s Story – A Construction Manager of the Future
Now it’s the turn of Matt Tillen to speak about his year out of a BSc (Hons) Degree in Construction Management at Nottingham Trent University.
Nirav’s Journey So Far – Four Months as a Trainee Site Engineer
Nirav shares his story about what it’s like to undertake a year in industry placement at Winvic, as a year out of his BSc in Construction Management.
Glenn’s Journey – An Engineer of the Future
Glenn shares his experience with us, so that those who are currently planning their 2019 year in industry placement can understand what it’s like to work for Winvic.
Site Engineer’s Success at NTU Civil Engineering Awards
Mark, a former placement student, who is now working with us as a Site Engineer, was recently awarded a prize for ‘Outstanding Final Year BSc Student’.
We’re celebrating National Apprenticeship Week along with thousands of others – we’re proud to support new and current staff who want to gain additional skills and to help them further their careers.
As part of a series of blogs looking at the range of roles and education opportunities we offer, we’re sharing the stories of our learning-hungry employees with you.
Laura Higgs – from Childcare to Building Care
While many people will think ‘college leaver’ when the word apprentice is mentioned, we support our staff at any point in their career, and thirty-one year old Laura is an example of someone who changed her career and was hungry to acquire knowledge.
Tom Parr – Apprenticeship Number Two for an M&E Design Manager of the Future
Tom is one of our Mechanical and Electrical Coordinators, has been in the role for approximately a year and began his Higher National Diploma (HND) in Building Services apprenticeship in September.