Ramboll engineers discussing a project
The 1st place was awarded to the 32-year-old engineer because of his innovative solutions, technical skills and great interpersonal skills which were applied in one of the North Sea's biggest gas projects for Maersk Oil UK.
"Jens Rosenville distinguishes himself by being strong in all the areas required by a consulting engineer. On the Culzean project, where Ramboll designed the steel construction of the platform, he has shown that he is professionally strong and innovative, he can lead a team of employees and he can communicate with clients so that they understand the task and specifically want Jens Rosenville as a part of their future projects. Jens Rosenville is a role model for other young engineers," says Henrik Garver, Managing Director at FRI.
According to Ramboll’s client, Maersk Oil, Jens Rosenville has demonstrated great technical knowledge throughout the project, delivered high quality in his results and also shown extremely good interpersonal skills regarding cooperation.
"It was a pleasure to work with Jens Rosenville in both a professional and personal capacity. His high levels of dedication, technical competence, communication skills and approach to client interaction merit special recognition", says Gareth Lindsay, Lead Structural Engineer at Maersk Oil UK.
The Culzean project is one of the largest gas projects in the North Sea and the largest project for Maersk Oil UK to date. The project is expected to produce enough gas to meet 5% of total UK gas consumption demand and the Culzean field aligns with the UK’s commitment to increased gas-fired electricity. The project required an innovative mindset and involved several ‘firsts’ for Maersk Oil. These ‘firsts’ included incorporating a twisted base jacket concept, adoption of an under-leg pile system and far deeper water depth than any prior Maersk Oil fixed platform experience.
"I am very happy and honoured to be named Young Professional of the year by the Danish Association of Consulting Engineers (FRI). The Culzean project has been an exciting and innovative project and the successful outcome would not have been possible without the hard work, expertise and great cooperation from the entire team," says Jens Rosenville, who works on a daily basis as a structural engineer in the Offshore, Jackets department in Ramboll Oil & Gas.
The award qualifies Jens Rosenville for the European competition to become this year's Young Professional organized by the European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations (EFCA).
In addition, Kristian Mads Arounsack-Jørgensen and Henrik Thoren from Ramboll were among the candidates in the Young Professional 2016 competition in Denmark.
It is the fourth time since 2012 that the winner of Young Professionals competition by the Danish Association of Consulting Engineers (FRI) is from Ramboll.