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8th June 2017


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Mark Brunton

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

Associate

Steve Ablewhite, Surface Technology

Karolina Andrecka-Kazmierczak, Chemring Defence UK

Richard Armstrong, McVitie’s Company

Leanne Arrowsmith, Norman Hay

Carlo Augusto

David Avery

Gill Avis, Alpha Group

Sara Aziz, Queen Mary University of London

Nigel Ball, SITA UK

Chris Barnes, British Airways

Shay Bayford, ERM

Sarah Bennett, British Airways

Andrew Bradbury, Alstom Grid UK

James Brennan, JP Dunn Construction

David Bruce, Willis Towers Watson

Claudia Calder, Cardiff University

Anthony Child, Bidwells

Danielle Crompton, British Airways

Heather Crump, Aberystwyth University

Nicola Daly, 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Scott Daniel, Norgine

Yvonne D’Arcy

Adam Dennis, LRQA

Joanna Di Monda, British Airways

Emma Dobbins, Balfour Beatty Group

Sarah Eastham, Kommerling UK

Emma Fallows, James Kent

Katie Fargher, Linbrooke Services

Michael Field, British Airways

Nick Fox, McGee Group

Gabrielle Galea, Foundation of Medical Services (Malta)

Chris Goddard, Powell (UK)

Neil Gowers, Network Rail

Kirsty Green-Mann, Imperial Brands

Amanda Greer, Dive and Marine Contractors

Rebecca Gysin, Connect Plus Services

Rachael Hardman, Johnson Matthey

James Harris, JF Renshaw

James Hart, Babcock

Richard Hinchliffe, Vinci

Leigh Holbrow, British Airways

Alice Hull

Elizabeth James, Reconomy

Matthew Kelk, Natural Resources Wales

Sarah Ladkani, Sheppard Robson

Kimberley Lewis

Richard Lewis, GMC Software

Vicki Loach, 3M UK

Ian Lockton, Paragon Finance

Annette Loettrup-Moore, PMSL

Rick March, Lighthouse Safety Training

Michelle Marks, Coral Mountain

Jennifer McGrugan, Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company

Rohan McReynolds, Tobermore Concrete

Rhianne Menzies, Sustainable Commercial Solutions

Paul Mulcahy, Toyota Material Handling UK

Barrie Nash

Leonidas Neophytou

William Nichols, Verisk Maplecroft

George Petrie, G Petrie Safety Solutions

Olivia Phillips, Kier

Zoe Purshouse, The Company Shop

William Raikes-May, Wessex Water

Daljit Rajbans, British Airways

Anuradha Randev, British Airways

Ben Reid, University of Edinburgh

Alexandra Rickham, PCSG

Stephanie Robson

Alison Rodgers, CITB-Construction Skills

Kat Rolle, Kier

Stephanie Rooke, Viridor

Jeff Scotford, Barton Firtop Eng Co

Eugenia Siccardi, GroundSure

Melinda Simon, Willmott Dixon

David Skeoch

Chris Spencer, Mott MacDonald

Jacobus Stadler, Continental Fine Foods

Lindsey Stewart-Miller

Daniel Stock, British Airways

Peter Walker, Stanley Security Solutions

Harriet Webb, Keltbray Group

Katie Williams, Nuaire

Maurice Wilson, British Airways

Emma Woodrow, Arcadis Consulting (UK)

Iba Zupancic, Government Office of the Republic of Slovenia for Development and European Cohesion Policy

Practitioner (PIEMA)

Irshad Ahmed, CH2M Hill

Fergus Anderson, Buro Happold

Jenny Barlow, University of Leeds

Mary Conn, City Building

Viktoria Hobbs, SRL Technical Services

Rebecca Jones, Network Rail

Catherine Morris, University of Kent

Andrew Race, Jackson Civil Engineering Group

Samuel Taylor, Costain

Full with Chartered (MIEMA CEnv)

Joseph Godwin, BP Exploration

Jemma Gooch-Boags, Plandescil

Alexandra Herschel, Guernsey Electricity

Helen Kent, Land Use Consultants

David Leonard, BRE

Rachel Moore, Jacobs

Debbie Nesbitt, RPS Consulting Engineers

Russell Payne, AECOM

Bethan Rose, Jacobs

Steffan Shageer, AECOM Infrastructure & Environment UK

Geraldine Smith, Balfour Beatty Group

Terry Williams, Defence Estates HBU

Rachel Xuereb, ADI Associates Environmental Consultants

For advice on upgrading your membership call IEMA on +44 (0)1522 540069 to discuss your options with an adviser or visit bit.ly/2jYPlFz.

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