This large, award winning firm of consulting engineers are seeking a Graduate Structural Engineer to join their rail projects team at the Watford office. You should have some years of previous experience in a similar role. The office is close to Watford Junction station and there is also parking nearby.The firm offer a range of multi-disciplinary services across commercial, retail, residential, leisure and many more. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record working within a structural consultancy and take pride in producing cost effective, sustainable design solutions for challenging large projects. The types of projects in the rail team include the design of stations, bridges, rock and soil slopes, tunnel remediation schemes, freight terminals, rolling stock depot upgrades, lineside equipment and infrastructure renewals. The company also support non-rail clients whose projects affect the railway by providing the interface between the client and the relevant rail body.Network Rail, London Underground, their contractors and other third parties which affect the railway are some of the main clients of this company's rail team.The consultancy offer a pension, life assurance, a loyalty bonus scheme, health plan scheme, life assurance scheme and a social work environment. The office has car and bicycle parking spaces.This is a great opportunity to join a well established company and take the next step in your career, gain exciting project exposure and work within a professional and friendly team. If suitable, please send me your CV in Word format.Will Herman02036800640
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