Huddersfield-based Termrim Construction Ltd have taken on four university students for their year out on industrial placement.
Andrew Walton, Ashley Piergianni, Kyle Davies and Wesley Barlow students are on a four-year degree course in construction management at Nottingham Trent and Sheffield Hallam universities.
Graeme Bird, managing director of Bradley-based Termrim, said: “The construction industry has suffered badly over the recession and students have often struggled to find placement for their year out.
“At Termrim, we have a long standing track record of running industrial placements spanning more than 18 years. As well as being able to offer four undergraduates students the opportunity to work alongside our experienced construction teams in both office and site based roles, we have also been able to offer former placement student Harry Williams a full time position following his graduation.”
Huddersfield resident Harry worked as a placement student and after graduating from Nottingham Trent University with a First Class Honours in construction management, he accepted a full-time position at Termrim.
Said Mr Bird: “Retaining students following graduation illustrates the exciting career opportunities available at Termrim Construction and we are always keen to hear from young people interested in looking to start a career in the construction industry.”