Congratulations to Ramone, who has been promoted to Intermediate Engineer level. For the occasion, we asked him to answer a few questions so you can learn more about him and his work at energylab_.
What do you do at energylab_?
I Ramone at EnergyLab focus on Public health Engineering, which in simpler terms I design drainage & water systems suitable for each building. I am currently performing intermediate engineering task such as site visits, witnessing reports, calculations, meetings with design teams and lead design engineer on some of EnergyLab’s projects. On projects where I am not lead designer, I will report back to the senior members of the team on progress of the projects as well as helping other members to push towards completion of the project.
What do you like most about your work?
What I enjoy most about my job is that everyday there is a new challenge, repetitive work is doable but isn’t as intriguing. This environment allows me to learn something new everyday I come into work, there is always an opportunity to have something to solve or tackling a task which you were not so comfortable doing in the past. The art of willingness to learn is rewarded through the tasks provided.
What made you want to join the lab_?
At first impression the lab_ environment invited a healthy open aired workplace. Meeting the members of staff like Mo & Director Marian, they showed me that this was the perfect place to work and gain experience as my knowledge will be growing as the company continues to grow each year. This also allowed me to see the opportunities of having a future here at energyLab_.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
The best way to predict the future is to create it.
What would be your last meal on earth?
Starter: Prawn Toast with sweet chilli dip – Main: Jerk Chicken (or jerk platter), Plantain, white rice, Coleslaw – Dessert: cinnamon sprinkled waffle with vanilla ice cream and a flake of chocolate.
if you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
Knowledge, we’re fed a lot of rubbish which builds up in negative bubbles like ego’s and misinterpretations, rather we could be educating our minds on important topics which ideally would make the world a better place.