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News » UK » 18-year-old is youngest ever EngTech » published 28 Sep 2016

18-year-old is youngest ever EngTech

Aecom apprentice Dominik McCormick has become the youngest person ever to be awarded technician status by the Institution of Civil Engineers – EngTech MICE – at just 18 years of age.

Dominik McCormick Above: Dominik McCormick

Dominik McCormick works in Aecom’s transport division in Birmingham and studies at Solihull College.

He said: “I chose an apprenticeship to pursue my desired career as an engineer and to gain valuable work experience whilst still continuing to study. I am fortunate to have worked on a number of projects through to completion. I enjoy seeing my designs implemented in the real world and in use on a daily basis. My future plan is to continue my studies and become a chartered civil engineer.”

ICE director of membership recruitment Steve Feeley said: “I’d like to congratulate Dominik on his fantastic achievement.  We are delighted to welcome young talented engineers and technicians qualifying with ICE, and I commend the commitment and dedication Dominik has shown to achieve this milestone early in his civil engineering career.” 

 

 

 

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This article was published on 28 Sep 2016 (last updated on 28 Sep 2016).

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