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Nitesh Patel

Nitesh Patel

Position:
Graduate Engineer

Background:

I have always liked a practical subject like engineering which has a great deal of technical challenges, so I decided to study Civil Engineering at the University of East London in 2011, after completing my A-levels.

During, my time at University I developed an interest in Geotechnical and Structural Engineering, so much so that I based my final year project on Geotechnics and at the same time my interest in Structural Design and Analysis grew.

As a result, after graduating I came across a brilliant opportunity at 48.3, to start of my career in a design office. So I took my chance and applied, and to my surprise I was offered the job. 

Where did you go to University?

University of East London (2011- 2014).

What i love about this job:

Satisfaction. Knowing that I’ve done everything I can to get the job done to the greatest quality of what I can produce and deliver. This job allows me to be involved in some of the most complex scaffolds being built, it tests and challenges my ability to draw out scaffolding; swiftly, precisely and correctly.

This job allows me to develop my engineering knowledge, which i highly appreciate, it takes a lot of me but i gain so much more to which i cant quantify. 

I am great at:

Being on time.

Celebrity look alike:

Don't know, I guess I'm blessed with a unique face.

Interests outside work:

Sport; mainly athletics and rowing. 

At the bar i would order a:

Cider.

What do you think about when you are alone in your car?

Getting home for dinner.

Pick two celebrities to be your parents:

Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer.

Twitter 48.3 on Twitter

@BB_Customercare Are you based on your Redhill office?

RT @AllianceScaffs Big thanks also to all at @483ScaffDesign for their help with this fantastic project at @UniofHerts @Scaffold_Assoc htt…

A ‘manipulator’ being prepped for installing new OHL stanchions. Never seen one before. Clever piece of kit network… https://t.co/oMVN9CoODy

New X-Beams ready for installation on tonight’s night shift at Stirling Station. Scaffs doing a great job so far!… https://t.co/lNHQAjEJSi

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