On Saturday 28th September, our project team in Bellozanne hosted the “Festival of Engineering” in conjunction with the Government and Skills Jersey.
Over 200 people attended the event which served to highlight the wealth of career opportunities within the engineering sector.
The event began with delegates hearing from speakers Kevin Lewis, Minister for Infrastructure, and Ellen Littlechild, Group Director for Operations and Transport.
Our Chairman Robert Moyle, and Stuart Proud, Water Managing Director were in attendance to support the event.
Robert Moyle commented “The Festival of Engineering was a fantastic event for us to play our part in and the great attendance demonstrated the appreciation from the Jersey public.”
During the tour, visitors were taken through the sewage treatment process and shown the progress of the new Inlet building, Primary Settlement Tank’s and the Activated Sludge Plant. Following the tour of the construction works visitors were taken through the existing sewage treatment works by the States employees, which enabled the visitors to understand the processes we are building.
On return to the site offices, visitors were able to experience our VR room (virtual reality) which helped demonstrate how VR is used in engineering.
Our partners, Geomarine and GR8, along with GHE apprenticeships held displays explaining the works they do, plus there was small pieces of construction plant for the visitors to explore.
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