Latest member upgrades

8th May 2017

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We would like to congratulate the following members on recently upgrading their membership.

We would like to congratulate the following members on recently upgrading their membership.

Associate (AIEMA)

Alexander Alderslade, A Grade Training Services

Simon Arscott, British Airways Interiors Engineering

Tracey Barry, Dwr Cymru Welsh Water

Hannah Bell, Magnox

James Black

Malcolm Brown, Harbour Board

Nigel Buckland, British Airways Interiors Engineering

Klare Chamberlain, CalMac Ferries

Hamish Du Pon, Forsyths

Peter Geary, Canary Wharf Contractors

Stephen Gill, H & S Aviation

Andrew Helm, Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

Carlene Henderson

Barnaby Hudson, Wolf Minerals

Sandra Humphreys, Bifold Fluidpower

Gennara Iaconianni, Imerys Minerals

David Jordan, University of Stirling

Jennifer King, Starc

Alexia Laird, Canary Wharf Contractors

Paul Lowe, Brush Electrical Machines

Mark Mitchell, Progress Rail Services UK

Alun Morris, British Airways Interiors Engineering

Eamon Mulhall, EPAM

Gary O’Gara, Veolia Environmental Services

Anita Phillips, Historic Royal Palaces

Ceri Powell, British Airways Interiors Engineering

Pat Rafferty, HF Group

Gareth Ranson, British Airways Interiors Engineering

Siobhan Roach, British Airways Interiors Engineering

Francis Robson, Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK

Stuart Ross, Natural Resources Wales

Ian Sherlock, 2 Sisters Food

Joe Somerville, RSK Group

Katy Stark, Environment Agency

Claire Tait, Kier Construction

Gemma Thomas, British Airways Interiors Engineering

Gordon Thompson, Godiva

Rachel Weyman

Practitioner (PIEMA)

Oliver Beech, Skanska UK

Julian Burrell, London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames

Full with Chartered (MIEMA CEnv)

Peter Abbott, BAE Systems

Tom Anderson, Atomic Weapons Establishment

Jonathan Bailes

Andy Bailey, Environment Agency

Duncan Bell, Leicester City Council

Polly Bentham, RSK Environment

Caroline Birkett, Atkins

Emma Bonser, AECOM

Catharine Born, CH2M Hill

Charlotte Brightwell, AECOM

Hannah Clarke, Wolf Minerals

Alexandra Clement-Jones, Arup

Helen Denham, Sir Robert McAlpine

Helen Niamh Drury

Emmanuel Deschamps, Network Rail

Anna Dodd, Leicester City Council

Jamie D’Souza, Sellafield

Georgia Elliott-Smith, Mace Group

Donald Espeute, London Underground

John Fanning, MoD (Navy)

Dorothée Fitzsimmons, Devon County Council

Emily Haddock, Tarmac

Christopher Hall, Envee

Anna Elizabeth Hatley, AECOM

Nicholas Hilton, LUC

Kate Goldthorpe, Sellafield

Julia Goodfellow-Smith, Quest For Future Solutions

Alexandra Greenwood, AECOM

Stephane Gueritte, RPS

Sarah Jones, Siemens

Steve Judd, TfL

Damien Keneghan, CH2M

Katherine Lee, Environment Agency

Phillip Martin, Arup

Philip Morris, North Wales Police

Andrea Mills, Willmott Dixon

Catherine Oates, TfL

Katie Randall-Stratton, CH2M Hill

Thomas Ridgley, RBS Mentor

Sally Rotherham, RSK Environment

Gary Rogerson, Skanska UK

Victoria Rose, Oxford University Press

Alexander Scorey, Tidal Lagoon Power

Angela Sims, Sellafield

Caroline Salthouse, Sefton Council

Emanuele Stella, WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff

Kirsty Strannigan, Babcock Marine

Jonathan Sykes, BAE Systems Maritime Services

Elizabeth Thomas, Tidal Lagoon Power

Stephen Thomas, Solutia UK

Kathryn Thorp, AECOM

Derek Thorpe, Environment Agency

Emma Wagstaff, Environment Agency

Suzanne Webster, Crossrail

Linda White, Scottish Power Generation Holdings

Catherine Williams, BSI

James Woodfield, Sellafield

Susan Zappala, Natural England

Fellow (FIEMA)

David Symons, WSP|Parsons Brinckerhoff

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