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Cundall Graduate Open Evening

4th Floor

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Come and find out about the work Cundall do and the cutting-edge projects they design. Meet current Graduates and Engineers and get insider knowledge on career opportunities and the graduate recruitment process.

There will be a brief introduction to Cundall followed by talks on sustainability and how it is an integral part of what we do, the WELL Building Standard and our award winning Cundall Diploma.

Following the presentations, grab a drink and some pizza and chat with our current graduates and engineers about their experiences.

With opportunities for Graduates, Post Graduates as well as Industrial and Summer Placements, can you afford to miss it?

 RSVP to Beth Holmes - b.holmes@cundall.com

 The event has limited availability.

Everyone who registers and attends will be entered into a prize draw on the evening of the event.

Event Details

4th Floor
Partnership House
Regent Farm Road
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE3 3AF


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