Callum Duce

Callum Duce

Graduate Consultant

WSP

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I joined WSP’s Development Planning team in September 2021 after graduating from the University of Nottingham with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.

My time at WSP so far has involved working on a variety of projects, be it residential, commercial or infrastructure related, both public and private, preparing Transport Assessments, Transport Statements and Travel Plans, as well as working with software’s such as AutoCAD, QGIS and Junctions 10.

Although it’s a slightly different role to my degree in engineering, I have had a number of opportunities to put skills I have learnt from university into practise. Chartership with the Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) is also achievable working in Development Planning.

Why should you join my team?

I have had the chance to work on a range of different projects, coordinating with my line manager and the rest of my team what I want to get involved in and what skills I’d like to use or put into practise.

The Graduate Development Programme at WSP has so far helped me in working towards professional qualification, with setting myself targets on what I want to improve on, as well as identifying work I want to get involved with. The programme also aids you in achieving professional qualification with an institution of your choice, with a number of graduates in the role aiming or achieving chartership with the Institute of Civil Engineers, the Transport Planning Society or the Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation etc. There are a number of professionals in the business who can help guide you towards the institution that best suits you.

The teams at WSP are very sociable and there are several opportunities to engage in social activities, whether that be team meals, after work drinks or other team socials. WSP employs a lot of graduates across all disciplines as well, and there are many chances to meet them at a variety of events, both locally and across the country.

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