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for ways to move forward with construction management software, lean construction and off-site construction among other things. The graduate programme on offer also gave me flexibility in being able to explore different departmentswithinthecompany. This included commercial, quality & safety, planning and site management. This was attractive as coming straight from college I wanted to get a flavour of each before deciding on exactly what path I wanted to proceed with. WHAT IS THE CULTURE AT ARDMAC LIKE? I have always found the culture at Ardmac to be great. You can reach out to anyone in the company nomatter what part of the world they are in and it is as if you have been working with themevery day for the last ten years. Each team I have been part of works hard to do things the “Ardmac way”, whether that is with our approach to safety first, our quality standards or how we communicate and operate as a team. There is always a sense of we are in this together, there are no lone soldiers. WHAT DO YOU LIKEMOST ABOUT YOUR JOB? Every day is a brand new day. New challenges come by the hour on a live project and working as part of a strong team to deal with the challenges to deliver a high quality product for our clients definitely keeps the brain very active. Having the opportunity to be part of delivering critical projects for some of the world’s largest clients is a great sense of achievement. Getting recognised for the hard work and seeing progression within the company is also very rewarding when you have committed to a project for so long. WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU HAVE FOR SOMEONE WHO IS INTERESTED IN THE GRADUATE PROGRAMME? If you are looking to join a company which offers progression, flexibility and experience which is second to none then Ardmac is a great place for you. At Ardmac you will be exposed to some of the industry’s top technological advancements in BIM and lean initiatives while working for some of the words largest and respected clients in a variety of locations ranging from Ireland, United Kingdom and many other countries across Europe.

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