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The team at Elliott Wood will be on hand to share their experiences and answer questions about your Engineering career.

You'll be introduced to Elliott Wood’s Graduate scheme and hear first-hand experiences from our most recent cohort, as well as learning about Chartership and what's involved in becoming a Chartered Engineer.

Talks will take place from 5-6pm, followed by Q&A, with time for refreshments and networking afterwards.

This Graduate Open Day is primarily geared towards Structural and Civil engineering, but engineers of any discipline are welcome to attend and find out more about these pathways.

Elliott Wood people are no ordinary engineers; we are activists for a new kind of engineering profession. If, like us, you are interested in engineering a better society – and a better profession – we would love to hear from you.

Register your place at the link above, and contact careers@elliottwood.co.uk if you have any questions.

Graduate Open Day

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Admission / Cost FREE
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Address: 55 Whitfield Street
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Elliott Wood

About Elliott Wood are no ordinary engineers. We are activists for a new kind of engineering profession in which our craft is re-evaluated by clients and collaborators and becomes pivotal to the design process. This paradigm shift relies on a combination of both technical and creative thinking. Engineering is often about the unseen: much of what we do is hidden. Our intent is to explain and demystify this, uncovering the invisible workings of any structure. This way, we can reveal the hidden opportunities in a project, making the engineering work harder for our clients and materialising previously unidentified assets to make a positive impact. By revealing the unseen we can make a difference far beyond the nuts and bolts. We can engineer a better society.
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