Construction & Infrastructure

You can build a better tomorrow.

As a graduate within Construction & Infrastructure, we’ll give you the tools you need to change your world. Here, you’ll discover the difference that you can make, first-hand, by getting involved in live projects and helping us to transform the places and communities we work in.

Our business areas include:

  • Building: Establish our legacy by producing ground-breaking infrastructure, buildings and landmarks.
  • Civil Engineering: Create essential works that tie the environment, communities and businesses together.
  • Consultancy: Use your insight to guide our approach to complex construction projects.
  • Quantity Surveying/Commercial: Manage project costs, contracts and risks to ensure that we can deliver on our mission.
  • Rail: Renew and enhance our rail networks and keep millions of people moving.

Training

Over two years, you’ll learn on-the-job, building your experience by working directly on a range of challenging projects. As you progress, we’ll help you to achieve professional qualifications relevant to your business area. You’ll also receive a technical training plan, designed by experts in your field and structured around your specific discipline. This will focus on:

  • Rotations covering different departments and competencies.
  • Working in areas of the business outside of your chosen specialism.
  • Exposure to some of our landmark infrastructure projects.

Key facts

  • Duration: Two years
  • Salary: Competitive with a variety of benefits including private medical insurance
  • Locations: National
  • Requirements: Ideally we look for degrees within Engineering, Civil Engineering, Construction, Electrical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Science, Commercial Management, Quantity Surveying, Building Surveying, Geology, Geography and Engineering Geology.
    All degree classifications will be considered.

£4.1

billion group revenue

150

New or refurbished schools

15

Major hospitals delivered

17%

Reduction of carbon footprint since 2011 (normalised)