On the 6th of December we had the second lunch lecture of the academic year, with guest speakers from Voort and Strukton Worksphere. Voort is a secondment company and is called Voort since September 2016, after the merging of KP&T and TRACÉ. Strukton Worksphere is a contractor focused on installation projects, management and maintenance.
Rob Daams, manager technical support & consultancy at Strukton Worksphere, started with an introduction of the company. Harry Hofman, director circular materials at GBN Group (part of Strukton) provided an interesting lecture about the possibilities of circularity. As a proven example, the ‘Green House’ situated in Utrecht was further elaborated. The Green House opens in March 2018 and might be one of the next excursions of Mollier! It was designed to stay at the same location for 15 years and afterwards it can easily be relocated without losing too much of its initial value. Even the foundation can be reused.
Deborah Dielis, consultant installation technology at Voort, started with an introduction of the company and explained what Voort as a secondment company can provide for you. Koop-Pieter Ziel, project Engineer at Sweegers en de Bruijn and old board member of Mollier (20th board) talked about his journey to find a job with the help of Voort and explained that using a secondment company to find your job will not cost you any money and will result in a job that best suits you. Finally Sam Beckers, recruiter building and installations, who just started at Voort and who will be the new contact person for the students of Mollier, elaborated the options of a TVVL education program.
We want to thank the speakers for sharing their thoughts and experiences with us.
For our members that want to read the lecture slides again or that unfortunately missed the lunch lecture, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the presentation(s).