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30th June 2015

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Lyndsey Miller

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


Robert Adamson, Elliott Environmental Surveyors

David Annetts, Johnson Controls

Scarlett Benson, Carbon Credentials Energy Services

David Bowers, Building Research Establishment

David Burke, Goodyear Dunlop Tires Operations SA

Robyn Chadwick, WSP UK

Christopher Davies, South Wales Trunk Road Agent

Sarah Dickson, West Berkshire Safety Management

Gordon Douglas, Mabbett and Associates

Andy Duffy

Rhianna Fulker, Novus Consulting (UK)

Claire Fundrey, Keltbray Group

Michael Gallagher, Costain

Richard Gallagher

Rob Gardner

Christopher Hall, Environment Agency

Dan Hilbourne, Centrica

Ella Hunt, BP Exploration Operating Company

Oliver Jago, Deloitte

Katherine Jenkins, Novus Consulting (UK)

Ala’a Sukhni, Al Khayyat Contracting & Trading

Peter Kneen, WYG

Clive Lamb, Contract Fire Security

Pam Leese, Sanofi

Stuart Livesley, Nov Mono

Robin Mace-Snaith, Marine Management Organisation

Grace Marshall, Siemens

Phil Mazzone, Johnson Controls

Michael McLeish

Alex Mullings

David Murgatroyd, Turbine Surface Technologies

John O’Connor, Schofield Lothian

Bope Arachcige Don Tharanga Dinuka Perera, Reliance Facilities Management

Claire Richardson

Matthew Shepherd, Waterman Energy Environment and Design

Caroline Railston-Brown, Stride Treglown Management

Charlotte Smyrl, Lake District National Park Authority

Natasha Stibbs, G4S Facilities Management

Heather Stratford, Valpak

Shane Tasker, Beyond Waste

Jamie Trybus, EC Harris

Hannah Watts

Full and Chartered environmentalist

Steven Bater, Balfour Beatty Group

Isla Davidson, Scotland Transerv

Dewi Day, QinetiQ

Lee Gardner, Doosan Power Systems

Emily Harris, SRK Consulting

Samantha Langford-Holt, Ministry of Defence

Mary McTernan, Atkins

Nicola Parker, Ministry of Defence

David Price, Planning Inspectorate

Richard Snow, Ministry of Defence

Edward Warner, Taylor Woodrow

Leilani Weier, Linklaters

Katharine Wellard, Atkins

Steven Wheeler, Skanska UK

Alexandra Wnuk, Siemens

Simon Worsley, Environment Agency

Chartered environmentalist

Darren Amos, Sulzer Pumps


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