Lorien has bolstered its commitment to nurturing the engineers of the future by welcoming two graduate engineers to its ranks.
Rosie Preece and Tom Freeman have joined the firm’s continuing graduate programme, where they will experience the breadth of Lorien’s experience across a number of key sectors.
A chemical engineering graduate, Rosie has joined Lorien’s safety compliance department, building on her experience as a Process Engineer in the Oil & Gas industry. She also has experience working on an integrated iron and steel works and its associated power plant, through an industrial placement year.
Rosie’s colleague Tom is providing a supporting role to Lorien’s engineering teams and project managers on a range of live projects. His core disciplines lie within the Utilities, Energy & Sustainability sector, and he is being rotated through Lorien’s core departments as part of his professional development. Tom is also continuing his professional studies by working towards Chartered Engineer status.
Lorien launched its graduate programme in 2015, and within a matter of months it had achieved IChemE Accredited Company Training Scheme (ACTS) status.
Lorien director Dave Mallinson commented: “Our Graduate Scheme allows recruits to work within experienced and multi-disciplined engineering teams delivering multi-million pound projects, as well as being part of our engineering development programme. Newly qualified engineers play a fundamental part in the exciting growth and advancement of the business.
Both Rosie and Tom are talented young engineers with a bright future ahead of them, and we are delighted to have them on board.”
Lorien is a division of GP Strategies Corporation, a global performance improvement and solutions provider and engineering and technical services organisation headquartered in Maryland, USA.