Scotch Partners gains another Chartered Engineer

One of the newest members of our team, Rossella, has achieved chartered engineer status from the Institute of Building Services Engineers. This is a huge achievement, as only 5% of chartered engineers recognised by the Institute are under the age of 34.

Rossella joins the other chartered engineers within the company who help Scotch Partners provide its customers with the peace of mind that it brings professional experience and skills to all projects in addition to a dedication to the profession and to maintaining high standards of work.

“Joining Scotch has definitely been a good move for my career” said Rossella, “here I have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects from pre-planning to commissioning, which allows me to broaden my experience even further. I also have the chance to liaise with a very dynamic and forward-thinking group, that always focuses on minimising the impact of our projects and behaviours on the environment, ensuring high quality outcomes. This is in line both with my attitude and with the CIBSE approach to engineering. I’m glad to celebrate this milestone here!”

Chartership is internationally recognised and valued by organisations around the globe, highlighting experience, skills and commitment. It demonstrates that as an individual you’ve not only achieved a high level of technical competence, but also in areas such as management, communication and sustainability. It shows that you have a positive attitude and the drive to succeed within the engineering profession. Additionally, it shows that you will work safely in a way that contributes to sustainable development and that you have committed to complying with codes of conduct.

“Here at Scotch Partners, we actively encourage and support our employees’ professional development,” said Chris Carter, Partner. “To achieve Chartership at such a young age is a big achievement for Rossella and we are proud to have her on our team.”