A few weeks in, we wanted to welcome the following Morgan Sindall apprentices to the Northumberland Line team. It's an ambition of the project to offer opportunities to local residents and it's great to read the quotes below from the latest apprentices.
Above - Morgan Sindall apprentices on site at Newsham. Left to right Josh Watson, Owen Carr, Rob Crump - General foreman, Dillon Noble, Rhys Findlay, Isla Maggs, Emily Edwards - Environment manager, Marion Boswell and Patrice Butters - Senior site engineer.
Josh Watson - Apprentice site engineer
“I want to pursue a career in engineering and being involved in something so close to home is a great opportunity
I’m looking forward to getting out on site and developing my engineering knowledge and skills”
Owen Carr - Apprentice site engineer
“I applied for this apprenticeship because I liked the prospect of the job and the opportunity to be involved in a project so close to home for me. I’m looking forward to learning more about my role and tackling the challenges it presents.”
Dillon Noble - Apprentice construction technician
“I have a High interest in engineering and wanted to be involved in development in my area.
I’m looking forward to watching the progress of all of the sites and being involved in them”
Rhys Findlay - Apprentice site engineer
“I applied for the apprenticeship at Morgan Sindall because of the great reputation that the company has. I have been interested in construction and railways since a young age so this apprenticeship really appealed to me.
I am most looking forward to getting out on site with the engineers and beginning the construction works.”
Isla Maggs - Apprentice SHE advisor
“I applied for Morgan Sindall because I was really eager to start an apprenticeship, in the coming months I’m looking forward to getting to know more of the team and becoming involved in the work.”