More successful IEMA members

9th April 2015

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Martin Crammond

IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on recently upgrading their membership as part of their ongoing commitment to learning and professional development.


Hannah Arcaro

Zara Arif

Andy Bambrick, Nestlé UK

Karl Barnes, Network Rail

Barry Baxter, Industrial Turbine Company (UK)

Carl Bishop, Babcock International Group

Andre Botwright, GC Motors

David Bradley, SSI UK

Christopher Butler, Phlorum

Mick Cairns

Anna Casson, Sellafield

Marie Cleaver, Ecologia Environmental Solutions

Robert Copeland, Evolve Training

David De Leyser, Owen Mumford

Demosthenis Demosthenous, Environ UK

Sharon Dowling, Schroders

Angela Dunn, Fine Organics

John Dyet, Babcock International Group

Darren Evans, TES 2000

Kirsty Farquharson, Muirden Energy

Andy Fisher, Research Sites Restoration

Louise Forster, Cott Beverages

Ryan Geldart, Sellafield

Simon Giles, Royal Navy

Martin Green

Anna Guise, HS2

Chris Hammond, Knowledgepool

Meghan Hampson, Associated British Foods

Eva Hansen, Peter Brett Associates

Keith Harvey, University College London

Jessica Herring

Craig Hewitt, Babcock International Group

Brad Hibbert, Babcock International Group

Marianna Hislop, SRCL

Mark Holland, LRQA

Jamie Hoy, Mott MacDonald

Andrew Jackson, Peterborough Environment City Trust

Tim Jeeves

Viviana Jimenez, Brite Green

Julie Kelly, Environment Agency

Hannah Kershaw, Lend Lease

Adrian Lancaster, Arriva Bus (UK)

Gavin Lindsay, Babcock Rail

Sarah Maiden, Kelder Water Services

Cheryl Marshall, West Dunbartonshire Council

Brian McKay, Babcock International Support Services

Debbie Mee, Voith Paper

Julia Messenger

Long Hong Nguyen

Dominic North, CBI Kentz Joint Venture

Sally Oliver

Steve Osborn, Magnox

Charlotte Osterman, Vinci

Nafeezah Padamsey, Atkins

Steve Perks, HCT

Anastasia Polyakova

Keir Randles, Hochtief Construction

Oonagh Reffell, Flybe

Kathleen Relph,

UK Power Network

Sunil Salpekar, Independent Delegate

Ellen Smith

Matthew Smith, Howdens Joinery

Richard Elijah Ssonko, Smallholder Fortunes and Thermogenn

Gina Standage, Lovell Partnership

Hannah Starr

Samuel Stewart, Environment Agency

Catherine Unsworth, University College London

Valery Votrin, Environ UK

Scott Ward

Liz Ware, Ministry of Defence

Jessica Watkiss

Holly Watson

Alexandra Webb, Keltbray

Gregory Webster, Owen Mumford

Darren Weston, Lovell Partnerships

Tony Wong, Alaya Consulting

Elizabeth Woods, CBRE

Claire Wroblewski, Alpro UK

Full and Chartered environmentalist

James Cadman, Action Sustainability

James Dixon, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

David Dowson, Skanska UK

Neil Hadden, Hurleypalmer Flatt

Craig Hales, Skanska UK

Kirsty How, MWH (UK)

Lisa Ithurralde, Skanska UK

Daniel John Oldfield, QinetiQ

Robert McCulloch, Skanska UK

Hannah Rich, Costain

Geraint Rowland, Costain

Nigel Sagar, Skanska UK

Stephanie Van de Pette, Skanska UK

Chartered environmentalist

Kim-Marie Clothier, North Coast Consulting

Clare Day, Skanska UK


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