Pete first joined Atkins on a summer placement after studying Civil Engineering at University – staying for just long-enough to fund a few months travelling before starting work for good. On his return he joined the Bristol Transport Planning team as a graduate and has stayed with the team ever since. He now manages projects and provides technical leadership within the team.
Watch how Jonathan Bonas, who joined Atkins in 2018 wen to work with multi-disciplinary teams to provide support to the development of Housing Infrastructure Fund (HIF) applications in the West of England and Swindon.
During the last 7 years at Atkins, digital transformation has been the main focus for Lasse Jensen. He has played a key role in the 3D modelling work for the newly-opened 60 km high-speed railway between Copenhagen – Ringsted in Denmark.
At work and in life, Chris Johnson is all about new frontiers. The opportunity to influence an emerging engineering discipline, combined with the important purpose of protecting critical national infrastructure (railways, aviation, nuclear and other energy services), is why he sold his house in the UK and moved to Montreal in September 2018.
Jonathan Gouin started out in finance. He also spent many hours on various renovation projects with friends and family, always thriving on learning new skills. Although he had a B.Comm degree and a job to go with it, Jonathan’s love of the transformative process of moving an idea from a piece of paper to a tangible and creative result quickly won out.
I’m David Boland, project controls manager at SNC-Lavalin. Although I’m based in Perth, Australia, my work impacts many of the business processes in Asia Pacific. I work in construction and my main objective is to ensure that projects are completed on time and stay within budget. I’m responsible for all aspects of project scheduling, planning, and cost estimation. It’s my job to remove blockers to getting things done.
I’m Tiffany Chan, Associate Director for Tunnels and Ground Engineering at the Hong Kong office. My role is technical leader and project management for tunnel projects, mainly in design and build. I lead a consultant design team to find the best solutions when it comes to building tunnels for rail, roads and utilities. My role involves technical calculations, as well as coordination between clients, contractors, and different design teams.
Based in China, Celine Zhao is senior associate director at Atkins, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group. She first joined Atkins as an architect in 2001. Today Celine fills two roles. As a city planner she determines the best way to use land and resources, plans construction, and controls the quality on projects. In her second role as department manager, she’s responsible for coordinating, training and recruiting staff as well as keeping on top of market developments and customer management. We re
Meet William Wachsmann, head of Safety and Assurance for SNC-Lavalin Rail & Transit in Australia. Having trained as a mechanical engineer, a large proportion of William’s 35-year career has been in specialized equipment manufacture for rolling stock and the mining industry. Mid-career he progressed from design and project engineering to general management. We caught up with him to find out more about his career evolution with SNC-Lavalin.
I’m Jennifer Feng, process engineering intern at SNC-Lavalin, in Perth, Australia. I started my internship here in December 2018. So far, I’m really excited to be working for a huge, global company that is making a difference across the world. And even though it’s one of the biggest global engineering consultancies, I’ve been made to feel like one of the team. My contribution is welcomed on large projects that are improving lives all over Australia.
Operating in a very competitive market, SNC-Lavalin’s ability to deliver high-quality products and services is directly linked to our success. Enter Kerry-Lee Catterick, our regional quality manager for Asia Pacific.