Latest member upgrades
We would like to congratulate the following members on recently upgrading their membership as part of their ongoing commitment to learning and professional development.
Myriam Armer, Moog Controls
Eleanor Baker, SITA UK
Philip Bear, Optilan (UK)
Richard Belfitt, AECOM
Ajita Chamberlin, ColArt International Holdings
Allan Clark, Pinsent Masons
Ben Coak, Alcumus Group/Santia Consulting
Jak Fazakerley, Royal HaskoningDHV
Neil Lang, HSE Limited
Tim Longbotham, Moog Controls
Inmaculada Manzanera Garcia
James Mclellan, Maritime Combat Systems
Lance Milton, Hobart Paving
Eloise Murray, Argyll Environmental
Andrea Newell, Moy Park
Samuel Good, Bakkavor
Thomas Smith, Argyll Environmental
Henning Van Wyk, PHS Group
Brian Williams, MOD
Samantha Wilson, Eco Events
Full and Chartered environmentalist
Lucy Barratt, Grosvenor
Michael Brosa, Worley Parsons
Dan Clayton, University of Lincoln
Mike Draper, Volvo Group UK
David Duggan, Lend Lease
Sophie Gooch, Fairhurst
Rebecca Harris, Network Rail
Stephanie Hime, Little Blue Research
Ceris Jones, Agronomica
Benny Siu, Nishimatsu Construction Company
Jenefer Taylor, Amey OW
Michael Hardisty, WSP|Parsons Brinkerhoff
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