UG & PG roles at ARCADIS (formerly EC Harris/ Hyder) – plus an exciting student competition!

Posted on: 6 November 2015
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ARCADIS (incorporating EC Harris & Hyder) is a leading global natural and built asset design & consultancy firm working in partnership with clients to deliver exceptional and sustainable outcomes through the application of design, consultancy, engineering, project and management services 

Arcadis actively recruits undergraduates and graduates into the business. Applications for our undergraduate (Summer Placements and Year Out) and graduate roles close on 5th January 2016. Full details on the positions available can be found at arcad.is/UKgrads 

 

Competition:

#ArcadisVISIONSUK

Win an all-expenses paid weekend break and a brand new GoPro to show the world where you’ve been. 

 

What BUILDINGS, INFRASTRUCTURES & WATER DEVELOPMENTS that surround you every day move and motivate you? What makes you want to get out there and create?

 

For our #ArcadisVISIONSUK competition we would like you to share your VISIONS (take on a smart phone, tablet, camera or other device) on Twitter of what inspires you. 

 

Your #ArcadisVISIONSUK don’t necessarily have to be monumental; they can be small, hidden gems – just as long as it sums up what you aspire to. 

 

Find out more at twitter.com/arcadisgrads

 

EC Harris became part of ARCADIS in 2011 and in the UK it is the leading built asset advisory practice, program and cost management consultancy. It has worked on many of the UK’s most important structures including Terminal Five at Heathrow, the Thames Tideway tunnel and the Olympic Park. Founded over 100 years ago it employs the most Chartered Surveyors in the UK. Hyder became part of ARCADIS in 2014 and is a multinational design and engineering consultancy renowned for working on some of the world’s most iconic buildings and structures. In London these include the current London Bridge Station redevelopment, the Cycle Superhighway design and the original design engineering for Tower Bridge in the 1890’s.​

 

 

 

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