Engineer with me videos: a day in the life of apprentices on London’s Super Sewer and Tideway's 100th apprentice

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The Thames Tideway Tunnel project is a major new sewer that will help protect the River Thames from increasing pollution. This set of three short videos looks at firstly,  A Day In the Life of what apprentice civil engineers, project managers and quantity surveyors working on London's Super Sewer do on a daily basis. The second video features The 100 th Apprentice based at Chamber's Wharf and what they are doing two years after starting the process. The final video Have you Heard aims to raise awareness to the general public of the need for building the London Super Sewer under the Thames to prevent raw sewage entering the river.

 

A day in the life of apprentices on London’s Super Sewer

 

Tideway's 100th apprentice

 

Have you heard? London's Super Sewer

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