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As Professor Lord Robert Mair continues with his presidential visits across the UK, ICE Graduate and Student members in London will be able to meet with him and discuss key engineering issues.
The event will take place at the Brunel Museum, an educational charity run by volunteers, and tells the story of one of the world's great engineering dynasties. Brunel organised the world's first underground concert party there in 1827, and now Graduate and Student members can enjoy their own party, hearing from the ICE President about the successes they bring to the industry. Robert Hulse, Brunel Museum Director will open the event with a short speech about the Museum's history.
Food and drinks will be available.
Robert Mair was appointed Professor of Geotechnical Engineering at Cambridge University in 1998. He was the Sir Kirby Laing Professor of Civil Engineering 2011-17, and Master of Jesus College 2001-11. He was a Fellow of St John's College 1998-2001. He is also one of the founding directors of the Geotechnical Consulting Group (GCG), an international consulting company based in London, started in 1983. He was appointed Chief Engineering Adviser to the Laing O'Rourke Group in 2011.
Director, Robert Hulse
Robert is director of The Brunel Museum in the original Thames Tunnel engine house: Scheduled Ancient Monument, International Civil Engineering Landmark and National Heritage Site. In his two books The Brunels' Tunnel and Brunel's Great Eastern (jointly pub Institution Civil Engineers), Robert reclaims Brunel as a London pioneer and proposes three Brunels - a dynasty of engineers - as shapers of the city.