Andrew Scott Ltd invests in the future thanks to three graduate appointments.
As a leading construction company we are delighted to announce the appointment of three new engineering graduates.
The trio will join our 28-strong graduate and trainee development programme. As a company we have always championed the nurturing of new talent, and the Port Talbot based firm make it no secret that our people are at the heart of our business.
Graduate Dafydd Jones graduated in 2014 from Swansea University gaining a BEng degree in Civil Engineering. He has been working for us since August 2014. Currently Dafydd is working on the restoration of Cardigan Castle and is enjoying his role as Site Engineer.
Calum Duncan joined a little later in November 2014 as a Graduate Engineer assisting Chief Engineer, David Cole, on temporary works design. Calum graduated with a BEng (Hons) degree in Civil Engineering from the University of South Wales in July 2014. Through their graduate development programme, the Andrew Scott team will help Calum achieve his goal of becoming a Chartered Civil Engineer.
Last but by no means least is Chris Ledden, he graduated from Swansea University with a First Class Honours degree in Civil Engineering in 2011. Since then he has worked in a very different sector, mostly as a Climbing Instructor and Climbing Centre Manager. Andrew Scott Ltd has been able to provide Chris with a route back into construction. Chris is now an integral member of the teams building Ysgol Maes Y Gwendraeth, Cerfneithin, Ysgol Carreg Hirfaen, Lampeter and Broad Haven Primary School, Pembrokeshire.
“In 2015 we will be celebrating 145 years in the construction industry. As one of the oldest family-owned construction companies in Wales and the UK we are delighted to strengthen our team this year with another three graduates. These appointments firmly cement our links with Welsh universities and our commitment to serving clients locally within Wales,” said Mark Bowen, Managing Director at Andrew Scott Ltd.