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The ICE Bristol & Bath GSA Committee is delighted to bring you the first of a series of informal Attribute Workshop sessions, with an initial focus on the Sustainable Development Attribute.
The workshop will allow you to get additional support from your local ICE Membership Development Officer, Suzanne Willis (Bristol). Suzanne will overview the attribute including recent changes through Membership Streamlining.
Suzanne will be joined by two recently Chartered Civil Engineers from Arup, Joanna Rothwell MEng CEng MICE and Rosheena Jugdhurry MEng CEng MICE, who will share examples on how they demonstrated their knowledge and experience specific to this attribute on their IPD. Also joining will be Oliver Goody EngTech MICE who will discuss this attribute in relation to his Technician Professional Review. The workshop will be followed by a Q&A session, so bring your questions about the attribute to the event and ask away!
The session is intended to support all those working towards ICE membership, whether you are a student who is just starting out, a technician or an experienced graduate close to sitting your Professional Review.
Please note the workshop will be on Zoom and will be recorded.
Joanna is a structural engineer with Arup in Bristol. She graduated from Cardiff University in 2015 and has since worked on building projects in a variety of sectors including education, commercial and leisure. She recently gained her Chartered Engineer qualification and membership and will be talking about how she demonstrated the Sustainability attribute from a buildings perspective.
Rosheena is a Civil Structural Engineer with Arup based in Bristol. Since graduating from University College London in 2015, she has worked on several projects in the rail, tunnels, highway, maritime and renewable energy sectors from project inception to construction support stage. Rosheena is keen to develop a sound technical understanding of renewables, onshore and offshore systems to drive innovation in the renewable energy sector and move towards a more sustainable world. She has recently gained her Chartered Engineer qualification and membership and will be sharing some examples of how she demonstrated the Sustainability attribute from a Civil Engineering perspective.
Oliver is an engineering technician with JRC consulting engineers in Exeter, having started with the company as an Apprentice Civil Engineer. Since then, he has greatly developed his knowledge in key areas of design such as drainage and highways. Oliver now specialises in drainage design and specifically how to include SuDS in projects. Most recently, he been working on a SuDS scheme at Coombe Way, in Plymouth. This project is particularly challenging due to the dense nature of the site, as well as the need to provide a living environment to the wildlife living in the area. Oliver recently became a professionally qualified technician member with ICE and will discuss how he evidenced his contribution to sustainable development including environmental, social and economic aspects.
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