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Balfour Beatty Engineering Services

15 student engineers from Balfour Beatty Engineering Services recently celebrated graduating with BSc Honours degrees in building-services engineering from Liverpool College and Liverpool John Moores University. Their course programme focused on work-related learning and skills development. It consisted of a 4-year block-release sandwich course combining up to 48 weeks of full-time study with training at work. All 15 graduates are now employed within BBES on sites, projects or office based.

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