The role of the civil engineer has changed. Civils teams are made up of a vibrant mix of disciplines – a far cry from the traditional teams of engineers, designers and quantity surveyors of the past.
New Civil Engineer is conducting some research into how the profession is changing and we are interested in talking to anyone who has entered the profession through an unusual route.
You might have qualified as an environmental engineer, or graphic designer, or even have an arts degree and found yourself working within civil engineering. We want to hear from you.
Did you encounter any blockers? Was it easy to transfer your skills and gain the necessary engineering qualifications? We want to know how the industry can remove the blockers to appeal to new people.
The research may include an interview, and an invite to a round table debate in London which will be published in New Civil Engineer later in the year.
Please email Michaila Hancock with your contact details and a few sentences explaining your background and where you are now, and we will be in touch.