Even as a child, buildings and bridges fascinated me, and I guess that’s what really attracted me to engineering. In year 10, I was lucky enough to secure a 12-week summer internship at Aurecon, and there I came to know what each engineering field was all about. It became pretty clear that civil engineering was the one for me.
In my role as a civil engineer at Aurecon, I’m involved in designing anything from pavements to storm water drainage to earthworks; it really varies, depending on the projects. This variety can be challenging, but it’s also what keeps me really interested and engaged at work.
One of the interesting projects I’ve recently been involved in is the north-face upgrade works of the Adelaide Festival Centre. Apart from enjoying the technical challenges this sort of project poses, I’ve loved working on something that’s part of the Riverside Precinct and part of Adelaide’s culture and history. This is one of the best things about working at Aurecon: the opportunity to work on the more interesting and important projects.
After working here for over a year, I’ve
I think the environment here is what sets Aurecon apart. Everyone is really supportive, and there’s not one person you can’t go up to and ask a question. From day one, you won’t feel like you are part of a graduate
It was my dream to join Aurecon when I became a qualified engineer, and here I am.