Meet our people

  • Finding inspiration in your career

    Assistant Structural Engineer, Leyre Hurtado Alonso, has enjoyed stepping out of her comfort zone and shares how she’s embraced all the challenges engineering has thrown at her.

  • Turning my passion for buildings into a career

    As a Structural Engineering Intern with the International Engineering Programme, Prateek Grover explains how his internship has helped him hone his skills and nurture his passion for designing a more sustainable built environment.

  • Perfecting your skills by embracing learning opportunities

    Kate Finnegan tells us how her role as a Student Civil Engineer at Waterman Moylan has enabled her to get to grips with all the essential elements that go into a project from start to finish.

  • Choosing a path that suits your interests

    Matthew Dehantschutter, a Mechanical Engineering Intern, sheds light on his internship within Waterman Moylan’s Building Services team as part of his Master’s programme at University College Dublin.

  • Lifting the veil of convention in civil engineering

    After visiting awe-inspiring designs from across the world, Sona Nahas relocated from India to Dublin to follow her passion for civil engineering. Here she explains how she embraces new challenges from her internship to help build a life-long career.

  • Navigating a career in sustainability

    After feeling indecisive about choosing a career, Conor Maher couldn’t be happier with his decision to study engineering in Dublin. With a passion for sustainability, he explains how his internship has redefined his future.

  • Reaching new heights in engineering

    With a keen interest in large structures, Michael Prendergast has carried out two work placements with Waterman Moylan’s Civils and Structures team. Here he explains the importance of following your passions to pursue a career you love.

  • Modifying your career to suit you

    Having studied Land Surveying in Spain and switched roles from a Site Engineer to become an Assistant Structural Engineer in Dublin, Patricia Ferreras explains why it’s never too late to change your career.

  • Shaping the next generation of engineers

    27-year-old Kai Wang, an Assistant Mechanical Engineer, left his hometown in China to begin his Master’s in Dublin and has gone from strength to strength in his career ever since. Here he explains what it means to be working for a truly multi-cultural and inclusive company.