More successful IEMA members

13th May 2013

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IEMA congratulates those individuals who have successfully upgraded their membership


Bryan Barker, Firth Rixson
James Bell
Stefan Berry,
Victoria Brady, Santia Consulting
Ian Brookes, E.ON
Mike Butt, HSS
Mitchell Collins
Michael Daley,
Barnsley Premier Leisure
Sinead Egan, Costain
Kit England, Newcastle City Council
Peter Fedorow, ZF Services
Rebecca Flint, Ferrovial Agroman
David Fussell, Bouygues/Ecovert FM
Mark Gordon, Crown Estate
Peter Gower, Macdermid Autotype
Lauren Hall, GroundSure
Stephanie Kokkinos
Wayne Lawton,
National Grid
Cameron McKinnon
Helena Phillips,
Santia Consulting
Robert Perry
Gurcharan Singh Phull
Jon Plumb,
Martin Plumb, Arla Foods
Mark Roach, Works Group Royal Engineers
Lindsay Smith, EnviroCentre
Adeniyi Shedowo
Marcus Tatton
Justin Taylor,
Works Group Royal Engineers
Stephen Tweddle, Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance

Full and CEnv

Jorge Aragon, InfantesPlan
Fiona Becker, Scottish Power
Ian Davis, Balfour Beatty
David Fairhurst, Scottish Parliament
Martin Quine, Environment Agency
Steven Rayner, Royal Haskoning
Kathrin Schawer
Stephanie Wingate


Guy Beards, Wiltshire College
Karen Beckwith, Magnox
Kimberley Brown, MOD
Andrew Bunn, BAE
Samantha Richardson, Magnox
Rachel Smith, BNP Paribas
Amanda Williams, Bournemouth University

Chartered environmentalist

Sandra Lee, Atkins


Fiona Draper, EEF
Jayne Rogers, BAE
David Smith, URS


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