Female in high viz
I decided to apply for LXRA because I was really keen to get some hands-on experience in communications and state relations.
[Vision: Construction site - aerial view of construction site]
I definitely didn’t imagine myself to be working in the construction industry, but the opportunity to work on one of Melbourne’s biggest infrastructure projects was too good to pass up.
[Vision: Time lapse of traffic at level crossing]
Male in blue shirt
Where I live I’m actually surrounded by quite a few level crossings.
[Vision: Aerial view of partially completed roadworks]
And when I saw the completed works at the level crossing closest to my house I saw the impact that it had on the community, and the impact that it had on the roads.
[Vision: Aerial view of road and train line]
It really made me want to be a part of that.
Male in check shirt
I decided to apply for LXRA because I thought the Graduate Program would be a great opportunity to get in at the ground level and learn whilst in the work environment.
[Vision: Aerial view of construction]
And also the scope and scale of what we do here at Level Crossings is amazing and a great experience.
Male in high viz jacket
[Vision: Staff chatting and mingling - Male speaking]
I was pretty unsure of what direction I wanted to go when I finished my civil engineering degree and being in LXRA I’ve had exposure to client, consultant, design and site field, so it’s really helping me make my mind up about what I want to go into in the future.