Abby Shorter is beaming. She has been fitting radiators all morning in a block of new flats in south London and it is going well. “I like to see a project grow and progress. It is very rewarding,” says the 24-year-old.
A massive well done to Mailyn Charrier, who completed her Business Administration apprenticeship with Hill, and is now employed full-time with the leading housebuilder
The votes have been counted…re-counted and now we can very proudly announce the 2014 K10 Apprentice Award Winners.
An incredible and well-deserved achievement for Megan and Manish, and a fantastic opportunity offered by Hackney, Goldman, and K10.
The civil engineers behind some of the capital’s most iconic infrastructure projects have put on their dancing shoes, to show the public – young people in particular – how happy they are to be engineers and the diverse and exciting careers on offer through choosing maths and physics at school.
Musa’s can-do attitude meant that he was ready to meet any challenge: as he says himself, “Don’t ever run away from your problems”. Throughout his apprenticeship, Musa was appreciative of the support he got from his various supervisors and team colleagues, and he quickly became known as an excellent team player himself.