Teambuild

Back in November a team of young engineers, myself included, entered an annual competition known as Teambuild.  This competition provides the opportunity for engineers from different disciplines to spend a weekend tackling a, judged, design challenge.  This year that challenge centred around Nirah, a freshwater ‘Eden’ located in the heart of England.  We scooped the procurement prize for our cool negotiating in the ‘Dragons Den’ courtesy of the Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects.  A thoroughly enjoyable weekend was had by all, and the event is definitely to be recommended.

Find out more on the attached report:

Teambuild Report

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About @ngela

Unexpected Consequences is a blog by Angela Crowther, a young engineer working in the Built Environment. Currently supported by the Royal Academy of Engineering and UKRC's Ingenious program the blog’s aim is to raise awareness of all the exciting opportunities the world of engineering has to offer to hopefully stimulate others into joining the industry.
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