Mr Roe said, ‘We are absolutely delighted to have been guests of the Rt. Honourable. Lord Paul of Marylebone and the University of Wolverhampton. It is fantastic to hear that over a quarter of a billion pounds of investment is going into this project and that will ultimately translate into our region being key in developing the very best talent both in the construction and brownfield regeneration sectors. As a local business, we are already engaged with the university on many levels in terms of offering placements, sponsorships and awards as well as guest lecturing and we look forward to strengthening this relationship even further.’
Dunton Environmental, which operates a treatment hub in Wolverhampton to service regeneration in the Black Country and the Midlands, maintains a special relationship with the University of Wolverhampton. The relationship has seen Dunton offer summer placements, yearlong placements, guest lecturing and awards to students from the university. Several students graduating from the University of Wolverhampton have also been taken on a permanent basis as graduate engineers.
If you would like to know more about how Dunton is working with the University of Wolverhampton, please feel free to contact Nelson Tanyanyiwa (University of Wolverhampton Programme Co-ordinator) on 01213564360.
Several members of the Dunton Team including CEO, Mr Neil Roe, Business Director, Mrs Lara Roe and University of Wolverhampton Alumni, Nelson Tanyanyiwa, were invited to the House of Lords as guests of the Rt. Hon. Lord Paul of Marylebone.
The event, a special evening focussed on the new University of Wolverhampton Springfield Campus, a specialist Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) campus which will be the biggest construction campus in Europe and will house a Specialist Brownfield Research Centre, was attended by many key stakeholders including members of both Academia & Industry.