• Environmental Student Placement – Cambridge, A14

    Job ID
    2018-2114
    Function
    SHE
    Location
    UK-Cambridgeshire-Boxworth
  • About Costain and your project.

    Costain has been improving the lives of people through infrastructure since 1865. We have built airports, petrochemical plants, waste treatment works and schools – creating the building blocks of modern life and improving the quality of life of the people who use them. Some of our recent projects include the £400m redevelopment project at London Bridge Station, the HS2 railway line linking London to the East Midlands and the Thames Tideway Tunnel which is an under-construction 25km tunnel which will provide capture, storage and conveyance of almost all the combined raw sewage and rainwater discharges that currently overflow into the river.

     

    Start date: Summer 2018

    Applications close: 31st May 2018

    Successful candidates may then be offered sponsorship support throughout their degree which could lead to a Graduate position with Costain. 

     

    About your project

    The scheme will upgrade 21 miles of the road to three lanes in each direction between Cambridge and Huntingdon adding additional capacity, boosting the local and national economy and cutting up to 20 minutes off journeys.

    The new bypass and widened A14 will open to traffic by the end of 2020, although some finishing work such as the removal of the A14 viaduct in Huntingdon will continue beyond that.

    What will I be doing?

    • Based in Cambridge area (within 10miles of Cambridge)
    • Final or second year student studying for an environmental related degree (environmental management/sciences ideally)
    • Confident and able to undertake independent work
    • Advantageous to have studied ecological module(s) but not essential
    • Able to empathise and communicate effectively with people
    • Be computer literate, and confident with MS Word, Excel, Powerpoint

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