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Zavier is a 21 year old apprentice working on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Stadium transformation project. Watch the video to find out what parts of the project Zavier works on, how he got into engineering and more.
Chris joined McLaren's graduate programme four years ago. He now has a big input on the engineering of super-fast cars like the one in this video.
Sean's mission to get more people engaged in playing sports. He helped develop a new artificial pitch which allows the community to use the pitch all year round with improved playability. It provides a great example of how engineering can widen access to people for sports facilities.
Simon is an engineer on a mission to reduce the flood risk across the UK. His projects include a pathfinder event to see what did and didn't work in the flood defence market, that later developed into supplying a Water Gate Barrier to a community.
CK's job is helping people under the impact of the conflict ongoing in Yemen. In Yemen, he is managing a water and sewer programme which requires lots of engineering skill and also project management skill.
Sujith's job as an environmental consultant enables him to make a difference and improve our environment. He consults on how to lessen air quality issues, noise pollution, green house gases and climate change.
Kamlah Kew focuses on traffic lights - designing the layout, changing timings and checking the signals work properly. Tomorrow’s Engineers spoke to Kamlah and she told us about how she loves combining her creative and practical skills to make a difference to people’s lives every day.
Aoibheann is a project engineer and she works out how to put together or improve a production line to make great chocolate on a large scale. She tested Toffee Crisps to make sure they were right for consumers when she started at Nestlé before moving on to the coffee-making process, which is where she works now....
Craig manufactures the components that go in Rolls-Royce’s powerful jet engines. He learned his trade on an apprenticeship, which he says was the ideal way to pick up the hands-on skills he uses in his job now.
Rory Hadden investigates how fires ignite, spread and how they can be extinguished. This research is then used to save lives by creating safer buildings for us to live and work in.