Building Engineering team supports RMIT University School of PCPM Careers Day

The Building Engineering team is proud to continue to support the RMIT University School of Property, Construction, and Project Management careers day. The team attended the Semester 1 event yesterday. With an impressive turnout of over 54 companies present, the event offers invaluable networking opportunities for students.

Representing Building Engineering were Commercial Manager David Waters, Construction Manager Andrew Eljari, and recent graduates Lauren Grech and Eren Gover. The presence of the Building Engineering team underscores the company’s commitment to fostering the next generation of construction talent.

One of the highlights of the event was the participation of Lauren Grech, who was recently accepted into the Building Engineering Graduate Program. Lauren, a graduate of RMIT University with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Honours) in Project Management, was recognised for her outstanding academic achievements, having been awarded the highest GPA Award for her third year at RMIT.

Looking back at the event, Lauren Grech said, “Going to the RMIT careers day was pretty special. Just last year, I was in the same position as these students, excited to start my career. Now, being part of the Building Engineering team and meeting students who are embarking on a similar journey is truly rewarding.”

Building Engineering remains steadfast in its commitment to supporting initiatives like the RMIT careers day, which play a pivotal role in shaping the future of construction industry professionals. Our team looks forward to continuing our active participation with RMIT University, nurturing talent, and contributing to the growth of our future leaders.

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