New recruits at VHE
15 August 2016
VHE are pleased to welcome four new members to the team.
Katy Shires and Steven Ashton have re-joined VHE as Geo-Environmental Engineers and Luke Ashforth-Murray has re-joined us as a Graduate Quantity Surveyor after completing their degrees.
During their time as placement students all three contributed tremendously, having been involved in some superb work, gaining broad, practical experience to help their studies and choice of career.
Steven and Katy enjoyed a successful year in the VHE Technology department having worked at a number of different sites including a riverside former timber yard and gas works in Lewes, East Sussex; a community sports stadium in Leicester; a gas holder demolition in Wallasey; a former power station site in Northfleet and a residential site in Wrexham.
Luke, working in the VHE Commercial department, was involved in projects such as Rossington Colliery, Prince of Wales Colliery, Trent Basin, Norfolk Park, Dalmarnock Gasworks and North Gawber.
Richard Howarth has also re-joined VHE and is supporting the Sighthill team in Glasgow.