By Helen Abernethy

Engineering is such a broad term that many people do not have a full understanding […]

By Alistair Coulstock

Monday 4 January, 2016 marked a special day in the calendar, not only for me but for 50 or so children in the village of Krangraluah, Cambodia […]

By Emma Kent

It’s minus 1°C and I’m standing in the pitch black night, ice crystals forming on the ground around my feet […]

By Alistair Coulstock

Of all the Christmas cheer, some say nothing is more important than the feeling of giving. In January 2016, I will […]

By Joanne Sim

Last Month Cundall’s Sydney office hosted a Garage Sale as part of the nationwide Garage Sale Trail […]

By Julie Verrill

As part of Cundall’s commitment to help build a pipeline of engineering talent, we continue to take part in various […]

By Matthew Lowe

A careers event for GCSE level students was held at Urmston Grammar School on Friday 11th September 2015. Industry representatives […]

By Sarah Allaoui

Earlier this year, three Cundall engineers including myself got involved in the Engineering Development Trust’s (EDT’s Go4SET scheme aimed at encouraging […]

By Ozak Esu

Last month, I voluntarily participated in a Careers Evening at King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls, a selective girls’ school forming part of the King Edward Foundation. The event was targeted at students in years 11-13 and their parents […]

By Chloe Agg

I love my job, I really do. I find it deeply satisfying to use maths & physics to solve real life problems […]