Meet our Graduates

  • Anna Hozner

    “I find that the projects I am working on are constantly improving my abilities in this profession”

    I joined Waterman’s Building Services team in Manchester after completing my Master’s degree in Poland at the end of 2013.

  • Monika Modzelewska

    “Stop wondering and give it a try, it may surprise you!”

    I graduated from Warsaw University of Technology, Poland, in 2015 and it was whilst studying for my Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering that I started working for Waterman in their Warsaw office.

  • Gregor Gillanders

    “Every day has been a steep learning curve for me, in all aspects of the job”

    My academic interests were always towards maths and design, I even made applications to study Engineering at University before deciding to pursue a full-time sporting career.

  • Sydney – a dream placement

    “I was permitted a greater input and understanding into the practical side of engineering in a whole new environment.”

    Simon Mayor joined our Structures team during his secondment to Sydney.

  • Daniel Bott

    “This industry is incredibly dynamic and constantly in a state of change”

    I am fairly new to Waterman having joined in September, but have settled in well with the Infrastructure and Environment team in Birmingham where I am gaining the experience to become a more rounded Infrastructure engineer.

     

  • Sophie Ovens

    “I learnt so much from these experiences which can’t be taught in a lecture theatre”

    I have always liked and had an interest in buildings, when I was about 16 I completed 1 week work experience where I saw some blueprint plans and I realised this fitted with my enjoyment of maths and decided to pursue a career in engineering.

  • Cornel Ciurba

    “It is great having something new and challenging to work on”

    Having studied Structural Engineering in Bucharest, I worked for a year in Romania before a friend of mine recommended Waterman to me.

  • Patrick Gardiner

    “It is so rewarding when you get a good piece of work done”

    From a young age, building structures out of toy bricks, I always liked buildings and architecture but leaned towards the problem-solving side of things.

  • Thomas Wright

    “My work is interesting because it’s so varied”

    I was always interested in the way things go together and using different technology; growing up I enjoyed watching as new buildings were built on local building sites and listening to my Uncle talk about his role as an Engineer.