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Charlotte, Natalie, and Mary: Pioneers in Geotechnical Engineering

In honor of Women in Engineering Day, we celebrate the remarkable achievements of Charlotte, Natalie, and Mary, three sisters who are making significant strides in the field of geotechnical engineering at UES. Their journey from the lab to the field showcases their dedication, passion, and commitment to excellence.

From Lab to Field: The Journey of Three Sisters in Geotechnical Engineering

“As women in the geotechnical engineering field, we have forged unique and rewarding careers. Our journey began in the geotechnical lab, gaining invaluable hands-on experience before transitioning to the field as soils technicians. This career path has afforded us the privilege of contributing to the construction of bridges, roads, and housing developments. We relish the opportunity to work outdoors and the unique challenges and opportunities that UES has provided us.” – Charlotte

A mother of four, Charlotte has been immersed in the construction industry since she was 18 years old. Introduced to this dynamic field by her own mother, a welding inspector, she has dedicated the past seven years to geotechnical engineering, blending professional achievement with family life. Charlotte is also actively pursuing additional certifications to further her expertise and contribute more effectively to projects.

A mother of two, Natalie has seven years of experience in the construction industry. She has consistently demonstrated her expertise and commitment to excellence in geotechnical engineering. Her journey from the lab to the field has been marked by a passion for innovation and quality in every project she undertakes. Like her sisters, Natalie is dedicated to furthering her professional development through additional certifications.

With four years of experience, Mary has quickly established herself as a skilled and dedicated soils technician. Her contributions to projects have been integral to their success, reflecting her dedication to the field and her continuous personal growth. Mary is also actively pursuing more certifications to expand her skill set and advance her career.

“Together, we have not only built infrastructure but also challenged the norms and demonstrated the vital role of women in geotechnical engineering. Our story is a testament to the possibilities that await those who are passionate and dedicated to their craft. We are committed to continuous learning and professional development, ensuring we remain at the forefront of our industry.” – Charlotte

We are proud to celebrate the achievements of Charlotte, Natalie, and Mary. Their journey in geotechnical engineering is a powerful reminder of the impact and importance of women in engineering. As we continue to build and innovate, we remain dedicated to fostering an inclusive and supportive environment where all team members can thrive.  


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