Engineering Together with EMCON

What a great day it was at EMCON 2023.

We were delighted to feature in the STEM area on a collaborative stall where we has some great discussions about all things STEM.

Our Chair Paula also curated a great panel event which featured our very own Diversity Champion Jo and host and some old and new friends including the STEMazing Alex. We will be sharing when this is available on YouTube.

Well done Julie

We are delighted to announce that our very own Climate Champion and award winner Julie was voted in as Chair of Stockton Council’s Community Climate Coalition.

This is one of four groups in the Coalition and this increases how our group are Engineering Together with Stockton Climate Coalitions.

Huge well done Julie who is helping to ensure we really have a bright future locally and globally.

Taken: 28th September 2022 Stockton Council Awards at Preston Park Museum Image Byline: Dave Charnley Photography.

Our first Fringe event

We are delighted to be working with the Engineering Manufacturing Network and WES Tyne and Tees Cluster. We have a table at the show so come along and chat to us about all things Engineering Together. Free tickets available at Visitor Registration – EMCON Engineering & Manufacturing Exhibition.

At a fringe event at the Engineering and Manufacturing Exhibition (EMCON) our Diversity Champion Jo and Chair Paula will be sharing and promoting tangible solutions from engineering & manufacturing colleagues on the attraction, recruitment & retention of a more diverse workforce in a panel event. Free tickets available at Increasing the size of your talent pool and plugging the leaks! Tickets, Thu 14 Sep 2023 at 13:00 | Eventbrite

Engineering Together with Stockton Climate Coalitions

Engineering Together are very pleased to be involved with the ground breaking Stockton Council Climate Coalitions. Our Engineering Together Chair Paula Chairs the Business Climate Coalition and Julie our Engineering Together Climate Champion is Vice Chair of the Community Climate Coalition.

There are four ground breaking groups represent Youth, Creative, Community and Business are all doing their bit to work together to help Stockton achieve its duty to protect residents well being for the long term as per the Environmental Sustainability and Carbon Reduction Strategy.

Engineering Together Chair Paula heads up the Business Coalition and recently said in Stockton News

Please email to register your interest to any of the groups.

Katie thought this was a perfect addition

Thanks to our website user Katie Hylton we have a great new range of science experiments to do at home or in your classroom.

Katie said ‘It’s a curated list of activities for kids of all ages and geared towards experiments that are easy and cheap to set up. I really think it would make a valuable addition there.’

We absolutely agreed – so check it out for yourself at

2023 Transporter Bridge Award

We were very pleased to see the ICE and CIHT once again Engineering Together with Teesside University to showcase our talent.

This year the award (which EngTog reinvigorated in 2021) went to Jack Robert Ainscough who demonstrated a high degree of innovation in his final year project at Teesside University. Jack’s final year project aimed to assess the potential impact of climate change allowance on Detention Basin design, highlighting the potential flooding volumes which may occur due to the incorrect appliance of these allowances. Jack’s work is particularly valuable to minimise vulnerability and provide resilience to the impacts of climate change in urban areas.

The award was co-ordinated by EngTog Chair Paula and presented at an award ceremony at Teesside University by Joanne Roberts, the North East and Cumbria CIHT Chair and Liam Simpson, the ICE Teesside Branch Chair.


Many of our members and contributors came together at this great event to inspire thousands of north east primary and secondary students.

Thanks to everyone who contributed !


At Engineering Together we always mark INWED with an event which links to the annual theme #MakeSafetySeen.

This year our very own Chair spoke about her related campaign The Line at this years event alongside some great speakers who all shared how their work contributes to safety and security in places including our workplaces and transport systems as well as feeling safe in the language we use.

This event aired on 15th June 2023 and it was a collaboration between Engineering Together, WES Tyne and Tees and the Engineering & Manufacturing Network ( Thank you to all our speakers and guests who contributed to this well received event.
Watch on our YouTube channel or clock onto the event link here –