Incoming ICE President Tim Broyd has named the eight president’s apprentices who will join his team during his year in office.
They will attend events, meet industry experts and travel with him on his regional visits.
The eight are: Paul Chambers of Skanska; Eleanor Earl of Arup; Brittany Harris of Buro Happold; Daniel O’Neill of CH2M; Johnathan Smith of Cundall; Sorrella Smith of Laing O’Rourke; Ching Fai Tan of Aecom; and Abigail Fryett of Wood Group Mustang.
The ICE President’s Apprentice Scheme is open to all technicians and ICE graduate members working towards their professional qualification. It has been running since 2005 and offers a unique opportunity to gain experience, develop skills, and learn about the industry.
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Chambers joined Skanska UK, in 2011, as an undergraduate ICE Quest Scholar and works on the Crossrail Paddington Station project.
Earl graduated from Cardiff University before joining Arup’s Infrastructure London Group in its civil engineering, site development and regeneration team.
Harris graduated from the University of Bristol and went to Peru to volunteer with Engineers Without Borders – UK. She then joined Buro Happold Engineering as a graduate in its Water Team.
O’Neill’s career began in the Middle East in 2010, working on a variety of land development projects throughout the United Arab Emirates.
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Jonathan Smith is a graduate civil and structural engineer working on a range of local, national and international projects for Cundall.
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Sorrella Smith joined the Laing O’Rourke graduate development programme in 2015 after graduating from the University of Bath.
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Ching Fai Tan graduated from the National Energy University, Malaysia and is currently a design engineer with Aecom in Singapore.
Abigail Fryett has worked at Wood Group Mustang’s structural department for just over a year, since graduating with a Masters in Civil Engineering from the University of Bristol in 2015.