Aarsleff Ground Engineering had a great time showcasing its virtual reality application to year 9 and 10 pupils at the Stamford Construction Skills Event 2019.
The two-day event, organised by the South Lincolnshire Group Training Association, saw over 600 pupils aged between 10 to 16 years old come together to experience a wide range of activities put together by construction companies and industry specialists.
Aarsleff attended the first day of the event where they showcased their ground engineering virtual reality application for students to experience. Throughout the day, groups of year 9 and 10 pupils from schools across Lincolnshire had a chance to learn more about ground engineering along with learn about how the machines and techniques work. Students were also able to experience how the company uses Google Earth and other virtual reality applications to enhance their solutions and provide their clients a high-quality value engineered solution.
Aarsleff’s Marketing Assistant Harrison Marshall-Lack who attended the day said,
We are happy to have been part of such a great event providing a range of construction industry activities for the young people to experience. Our virtual reality application went down really well, with many students having a real interest in the work Aarsleff and the wider industry does.