Two of Expedition’s graduate engineers, James Parker and Chris Mills, did the company proud last night after recording a 1-2 finish in the ICE London Graduate Papers competition.
James won, presenting his paper on predicting construction vibrations for a new lab facility in Cambridge, covering the complicated signals processing and reason behind dropping big lumps of concrete from a forklift truck. Second place went to Chris with his paper on the analysis of ferrocement shell structures, a paper he developed following his role at Expedition in helping take the proposal of the 100m x 100m ferrocement canopy for the SNF Cultural Centre to the detailed design stage.
James will be progressing to the next round so look out for him at the upcoming ICE graduate papers national competition soon.
Congratulations to both from all the team at Expedition and the Useful Simple Trust.