Grace's passion is building a more sustainable future for NZ. With Beca's blessing, she encourages the next generation of engineers through FutureInTech school visits. Grace also works with Engineers Without Borders to ensure every engineer – in NZ and beyond – knows how they can give back to the community.
With a background in geosciences and graphic design, Caitlin applies a hands-on approach to design at Beca, and uses her unique scientific background to explore creative possibilities. At Beca she works with all parts of the business, and gets involved in challenging, diverse projects with real-world significance.
Floyd joined the Graduate Development Committee (GDC) when he saw the power of personal and professional development. His key to a successful career at Beca? Creating a strong, diverse network of professionals who share knowledge and experiences. The GDC's events help graduates create connections that last a lifetime.
First hired as an Electrical Engineer in our Airports team in Melbourne, Vas was seconded to Auckland, returned to Australia, and is now back living the Kiwi life. It was his work with Government and Defence in Canberra which led his career path to business performance in our Auckland Advisory team.
Michael knew joining Beca as a GIS Analyst was a smart move. He was thrown head-first into a ground-breaking project – the delivery of New Zealand's first Smart Motorway in Wellington. As well as working on a New Zealand first, he's had the opportunity to get involved in diverse projects around the country.
Relishing the opportunity to be mobile throughout his short career, Corbin has travelled to Vanuatu and spent extensive time in Sydney to consult and help deliver landmark projects. With his Civil Engineering background, his skills as a Planner have further developed in Beca’s multidisciplinary environment.