September's successful members

6th September 2013

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IEMA would like to congratulate the following individuals on successfully upgrading their membership:

Associate via the online entry exam

Maha Al Yafei, Environment Agency (Abu Dhabi)
Wafa Al Yamani, Environment Agency (Abu Dhabi)
Elizabeth Ammundsen, Siemens Magnet Technology
Alex Anderson, Farrans
Brian Baily, University of Portsmouth
Andrea Bassi, Ingenieurteam Bergmeister GMBH
Mark Bingham, Kepak Group
Victoria Brown
David Burroughs,
Robert Caruana
Mark Cook,
PT Rails and Civils
Scott Crozier, Helena Partnerships
Gary Cruickshank, Total E and P UK
Natalie Deane, Babcock International
Stuart Divall, Ramboll
Laura Foster
Elizabeth Greenaway,
Morgan Sindall
Richard Hammond, Atkins
Mark Hulme, Harsco
Georgina King, Babcock International
Michael Brosa, Worley Parsons
Miia Laurikainen, GP Strategies
Steve Leatherbarrow, RAAS
Marie Lepesqueux
Natalia Lozano
Stacey Medar
Aidan Morris,
Ian Morris, RAAS
Kevin McGarvey, Farrans
Jonathan Peters, Marine Management Organisation
Amy Pickard, Verco Advisory Services
Martin Rayer, Novartis Vaccines
David Reaich, Total E and P UK
Daniel Reeves, London School of Economics and Political Science
Adam Robinson, BRE
Abeer Sajwani, RTI
Rachel Seymour, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority
Ross Stewart, URS Infrastructure & Environment
Rhian Thomas, Defra
Thalia Vounaki, Bouygues Energies & Services FM
John Walker, Ricardo
Kathryn Watson, Marine Management Organisation
Douglas Watterson, Royal Haskoning DHV
Mathew Wilkinson, Diligenta
Alasdair Wilson, W H Malcolm

Full membership

Charmaine Morrell, Morgan Sindall
Shing Fai Yip

Full and Chartered environmentalist

James Clayton, ERM
Kevin Kelly, Bechtel
James Quinn, Balfour Beatty

For more information on how to upgrade your membership visit or call +44 (0)1522 540 069


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