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Arup invests in Nottingham office with multiple junior appointments

Global design, planning and engineering firm Arup has welcomed a fresh intake of apprentices and newly qualified graduates to support its Nottingham team’s work on a wide range of major projects.

The company says the new recruits – which will join its 100-plus strong city team – underline its commitment to the city and its continued growth in the region.

The new roles include two apprentice technicians, two university graduates and four apprentices which have recently completed their part-time degrees with the firm.

They are Alice Lamb, David Simpson, Gemma Broughton, Luke Webster, Ross Bramley, Sean Chapman, Paddy Appelqvist and Holly Townsend.

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John Read, Nottingham office leader at Arup, said: “We are delighted that they are with us and look forward to seeing their careers develop as they take advantage of the enormous opportunities that working for Arup can provide.

“It’s hugely important to be able to attract and train the next generation of engineers and technicians. We’re very proud that our role in recruiting local apprentices continues to pay dividends.”

Arup’s designers, planners, engineers, architects, consultants and technical specialists work across all aspects of the built environment.

The Nottingham office which recently saw colleagues Vicky Evans and Steve Fernandez promoted to directors – has been involved in many projects which have helped shape the city in the last 30 years, including the Old Market Square redevelopment, the University of Nottingham Jubilee Campus and the expansion of East Midlands Airport.

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The team has also delivered the new Sandwell Aquatics Centre in Smethwick and is working on many local healthcare, education and manufacturing sector projects.

Neil Harrison, associate director at Arup, said: “We’re very proud of the work we do from Nottingham. We are delighted to see our team continue to grow and develop and our apprenticeship programme working so well.

“There are lots of good opportunities here and we work with some great clients on many different and aspirational projects.”

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