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Monodraught supports professional development

Two mechanical and civil engineering students have joined the Monodraught project sales team on placements.

Committed to working in an ethical and responsible manner, Monodraught's products and services are low-carbon and low-energy solutions which enable people to be in a healthier, natural built environment. Monodraught aims to extend its ethical credentials in ways which contribute to its local and wider community.

One of its focus areas is “more skills, more opportunities”, attracting, developing and retaining people through investment in skills. This summer, in addition to the new Project Code initiative, Monodraught welcomed two new placement students, from the University of Bath and Brunel University London, to the project sales team.

Alex Bodenham is a third year student in mechanical engineering at the University of Bath, and has joined Monodraught for a one year placement. His main tasks include finding suitable ventilation solutions for schools and offices, in order to provide occupants with more natural working conditions.

Mr Bodenham commented: “I chose to work at Monodraught because I have an interest in the environment and believe reducing carbon footprint is very important, something Monodraught also aims to achieve. My first few weeks have been really enjoyable. I’ve learnt a lot and have been impressed by the friendly office atmosphere.”

Yasser Adris joined Monodraught on a three month placement during his summer break from studying civil engineering at Brunel University. Mr Adris found the work relates well to his degree focus, with modules on sustainability and flow rates in buildings.

He said: “I’ve really enjoyed my time here, the first four weeks have flown by. Every job is different and I am enjoying gaining transferable skills such as project management and client management.”

If you are interested in a placement opportunity or permanent position at Monodraught, please visit the company's careers pages.

15 September 2017

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