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International members on ICE Council

Election of an international member to the Council 2022

Candidate statements

The ballot to elect the Europe and Central Asia international member is uncontested, only one candidate having presented.

Jose M. Lores BEng (Hons) MSc CEng MICE

Regional Director – Sorigué

“My commitment to ICE and to the European Region remains solid, first Brexit posed huge challenges…and then the pandemic…Now we face uncertainty in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. I want to help ICE take the necessary steps to overcome these issues...”.

I am a Chartered Civil Engineer based in Spain who leads a growing regional business in infrastructure refurbishment, conservation and maintenance services in Madrid. Chartered since 2011, I acted as ICE Country Representative in Spain from 2013 to 2019. I am now the current ICE Council Member for Europe and Central Asia.

I currently participate in the International Committee, the European Committee and the Professional Review Panel and I am proud of having chaired the 13th Brunel International Lecture in its European Session. Therefore, my understanding of ICE and its diversity is relevant after years of intense action.

My commitment to ICE and to the European Region remains solid, first Brexit posed huge challenges to us and then the pandemic has frustrated some initiatives. Now we face uncertainty in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. I want to help ICE take the necessary steps to overcome these issues in order to be useful to its Members in Europe and to establish solvent relationships with domestic institutions and employers in the region.

I also wish to take proposals from the European Membership to Council so that they are valued in enriching ICE from sources other than those from anglo-phone or Commonwealth countries.

Proposed by Lucy Rew, Peter Richardson, Erik Van Wellen, Enrique Huertas, Yvonne Murphy

Jose M. Lores