Tag Archives: engineering

Leaving it too late?

“Getting into engineering was a bit easier for me. My father had his own engineering business so I was always aware that it wasn’t just a blue-collar job. After studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering at university, I started a graduate placement in a large engineering firm, but didn’t get much support while I was there.

Work inspiration

  Tony Moloney, National Grid UK’s Manager, Education and Skills, explains how the company aims to inspire young people to consider a career in engineering. In the old days, work experience for school students often amounted to little more than spending a week in a company, making the tea, a spot of photocopying, quick tour

Supporting the T-pylon

We’ve posted a new article on the T-pylon blog. This one looks at how we are approaching the foundation for the T-pylon structure. The T-pylon foundation is one of the most critical structural components of the pylon. The design of the T-pylon means an end to the traditional pad/pyramid and chimney foundations used for lattice