Welding joins major consulting engineer and Caunton together

Caunton recently welcomed a delegation of five young engineers from major consulting engineer WSP to their works. Their objective was to understand better how a steelwork fabricator operates, in order to help them with their own steelwork designs. One subject they particularly wanted to study was the particular intricacy associated with heavy welding within the overall fabrication process. The solution was to give all these young engineers the standard Caunton welding training course, in the Caunton Training Academy. The photograph shows Academy Manager James State with Miss Roma Agrawala during the welding training exercise. James was very pleased with Roma’s progress – in fact all the WSP engineers proved by the end of the period to be more than competent welders. Caunton have always argued that awareness of each others’ skills, and limitations too of course within the construction process, must lead to improved efficiency – a worthy goal for all concerned with the success of the construction industry. WSP’s Technical Director Andrew Woodward who accompanied the party said how pleased he was with the whole exercise. WSP are one of the world’s most successful consulting practices, employing over 6000 world wide. Caunton are delighted to be of service to such an important company.
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