Mark Goudie, an electrical and mechanical engineer in SNC-Lavalin’s Atkins business, was one of the five winners chosen for their work and innovative ideas from some of Scotland’s key sectors including life sciences, creative, technology, energy and education.
Early last month, we were narrowly pipped to the post for the Workingmums.co.uk 9th annual Top Employer Awards for the category Innovation in Flexible Working by the Civil Service, HR team (part of the Cabinet Office).
In the spirit of safety awareness, SNC-Lavalin initiated a competition for colleagues in the region to compile, record and submit a safety song in support of a major contract that commenced in August at the Sasol Petroleum Refinery in Secunda, South Africa.
Jennifer McClellan, Marinder Dhillon, Neil Hardwick, Steven Berry and Vera Jones have been recognised by business leaders including UK & Europe CEO, Philip Hoare for championing Diversity & Inclusion within the company.
Congratulations to Karen Blanc, an engineering manager, on being awarded a fellowship by the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). Karen is currently the group lead for the process and facilities team in Aberdeen, and the professional head of discipline for process engineering across the UK Oil & Gas and Nuclear & Power businesses. Alongside her technical role, Karen is passionate about staff development, engagement, and sharing of best practices. She just came back from her second materni
Our Young Professional Award judges have had a busy summer reviewing dozens of applications that were submitted from graduates and apprentices who put themselves in the running to win an award in the inaugural year of the recognition scheme. There were 73 applications in total and some tough choices had to be made but we’re now ready to reveal the winners…
Every year, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) identifies an exceptional group of rising talent within the civil engineering industry across the globe. Their aim is to highlight “New Faces of Civil Engineering,” selecting 10 outstanding young professionals who are 30 years of age or younger and exemplify the future of the profession.
Atkins is the first consultancy company to launch young professional group. Atkins Young Professionals (AYP) was established in 2011, it consists of young members from different departments. AYP aims to maintain a high standard of the profession and to raise the standing and visibility of young professionals. Besides, it promotes Atkins to other engineering organizations for knowledge and experience sharing.