Ramboll engineers discussing a project
29-year-old Kristoffer Bjerg Sørensen from Sweco Denmark was the winner of the EFCA competition.
Henrik Garver, Managing Director at the Danish Association of Consulting Engineers (FRI) says:
“The fact that the winner of this prestigious competition is from a Danish-based company for the third year in a row does not only show the strength and professionalism that characterise the consulting industry in Denmark. It also shows that we are great at identifying, attracting, maintaining, and continually improving talents in the industry. The mark of all our talents is that they win based on a combination of engineering excellence / technical knowledge and the ability to turn knowledge into solutions – and having an understanding of communication and client relations. Or put in another way: They win on the essence of being skilled consulting engineers.”
13 young consulting engineers from 8 different European countries attended the competition, and EFCA states that all the submitted projects were of remarkably high quality, which made the selection very difficult for the jury.
Last year’s EFCA winner was Anne Moloney from Ramboll. Anne received the award for her role as project manager for one of the largest bridge projects in Northern Europe, the Queensferry Crossing project in Scotland.