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NCE100 Masterclass Webinar | Raising international worker welfare standards


New Civil Engineer has for the first time sought out, assessed and recognised the top 100 firms in civil engineering based on the cultures, competencies and skillsets that we passionately believe matter most.

Selecting our 100 was a painstaking process and some great stories emerged through the process, which we are now delighted to share.

In the first of the NCE100 masterclass webinars, we are working with Global Firm of the Year, Jacobs, and sharing its brilliant work to bring international worker welfare standards to the Doha Metro project. Register now for this exclusive webinar, streaming live at 14:30 GMT on Tuesday 22 November 2016.

Jacobs has been working as project management consultant on Doha Metro to provide client Qatar Rail with procurement support, construction management and technical assurance. From the start its leadership team challenged health, safety and welfare within Qatar and embarked on a mission to change the way construction was delivered.

In our live masterclass, Jacobs vice president of major projects/PMCM David Bennett will present the company’s initiative and also take questions from one of our NCE100 judges. Viewers can also ask questions in our live Q&A.

Register today here.

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