CIBSE Apprentice of the Year Shortlist
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The apprentice shortlist nominees are:
Adam Daulby, AECOM
Adam joined AECOM in January 2019 as an Apprentice Mechanical Engineer and is studying at London Bank University. Adam has excelled in his role working on key projects such as South Bank Place, Wood Wharf and Fleet Street Estates. Adam has a keen interest in Building Information Modelling and has helped to develop AECOM’s Technical Library.
Alexandro Justin, Waterman Group
As an Apprentice Mechanical Engineer with Waterman Group, Alexandro’s growing skillset and experience have seen him contribute to all of Nottingham office’s major recent projects. Alexandro recently completed his end-point assessment with CIBSE and will soon commence the third year of the Level 6 Building Services Design Engineer Apprenticeship at Coventry University.
Ben Horton, Couch Perry Wilkes
Benjamin Horton has been working for CPW as an engineering apprentice for 2 years, gaining design experience. He attends Derby College on day release, whilst working towards his HND qualification.
Ben enjoys his job and his objective is to progress as high as he can in his field.
Bradley Heppell, MACE
Bradley Heppell works at MACE MEP as an MEP Apprentice Engineer, a role in which he won Apprentice of the year 2019. He has a strong passion for Engineering, more specifically the Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health systems and enjoys understanding how these services are key to making a building come to life
George Field, Chapmanbdsp
George is a 20-year-old Apprentice Mechanical Engineer. He started at chapmanbdsp after finishing his A-Levels and is now working while studying at university. For the last six months, George has been extremely fortunate to have learned his profession on-site at the Battersea Power Station, one of Europe’s largest regeneration projects.
George Suddery, Hoare Lea
George is currently working at Hoare Lea in Cambridge within the Electrical team, and studying at London South Bank University where he has just started his second year. He enjoys playing for his weekend football team, and is also the captain of the office football team.
Iqra Pervez, WSP
Iqra has been a part of WSP since 2015 and is now starting the 4th year of her undergraduate degree programme at Coventry University. Iqra works primarily on large- and small-scale electrical projects; and uses programmes such as CAD, Revit, DiaLux, ReLux, and MagiCAD to carry out her assigned tasks.
Louise Johnston, Schneider Electric
Louise Johnston joined Schneider Electric in 2019, fresh out of A-levels (including a Technical Level in Engineering). Since joining Schneider, she has been able to work on many sites as a building services engineer, but primarily had the pleasure of working at The National Gallery in London.
Megan Whitbread, Troup Bywaters + Anders
Megan is an Apprentice Building Services Engineer at Troup Bywaters + Anders in London. She started her apprenticeship in 2015, completing her BTEC Level 3 and now on track to successfully complete the final year of her degree apprenticeship at LSBU with first class honours.