Top marks for Norwich construction students
The latest Norwich recruits for construction company Morgan Sindall have been celebrating exam successes.
All 11 graduates and undergraduates on the construction firm's training programme have achieved high-scoring exam results in construction and design management and quantity surveying.
John Homer, Morgan Sindall's regional managing director, said: 'As a company, we are extremely committed to investing in training and developing our graduates. These talented young people are the future of our business.
'I am absolutely delighted with all the exam results. Everyone has worked very hard and they deserve their success.'
The new graduates from the Norwich branch in Thorpe Road will now have an opportunity to develop their skills on a number of range of Morgan Sindall construction, infrastructure and design projects, ranging from �50,000 special works contracts up to �500 million major national schemes.
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Mr Homer added: 'Graduates play an important role in the future development of our business. We therefore want to give them the best training and experience possible. By doing this we can help them achieve their true potential and in the long term they will help us to achieve ours.'
The construction trainees celebrating their exam success are Daniel Taylor, Chris Green, Chris Martin, Luke Plumbridge, James Good, David Harrison, Thomas Hollis, Bradley Hough, Craig Neave, Clare Taaffe and Jamie Young.
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