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Civil and Structural Engineering

Studying a Civil or Structural related degree? View our latest civil and structural engineering placement roles here. As we have a number of opportunities available, please read through the job descriptions where you’ll find useful information to help you choose a role and understand more about our business. You’re only able to apply for one placement role and we want to ensure you make the best decision. There may be some opportunities on this page that accept applications from all disciplines which you haven’t considered before - so make sure you check them out.

If you’re looking to pursue a career in Civil and Structural Engineering, that excites us.

Being a placement student at Atkins isn’t only about the great clients or inspiring global projects. It’s really about how much we can make a difference. Join us and you’ll be shaping, building, maintaining and expanding societies. You’ll be one of the thinkers behind some of the world’s largest and most essential structures – from water parks, to airports, to energy and water supplies. Working on amazing projects to make the impossible – possible.  The scope and scale of Atkins means we can offer you a world of possibilities. There’s never a dull moment. And you’ll never know what challenge you’ll face next. 


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Farringdon Station creates a world-class interchange for the Elizabeth line, with an expected 140 trains passing through every hour. It will be the only station to connect Thameslink, the Elizabeth line and London Underground services.

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Hinkley Point C (HPC) is the first nuclear power station to be built in the UK since the 1990s. Technically complex and the country’s largest infrastructure project – our talented people from Atkins are supporting its development.

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