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ICE SEA Virtual Graduate Tour Series, Philippines

  • Webinar
  • Online
  • 24 November 2020
  • 11:00 - 12:30
ICE SEA Virtual Graduate Tour Series, Philippines

About this event

The 1st ICE SEA Virtual Graduate Tour 2020 will be launched on 24 June 2020 and the tour will run for 6 months through November 2020 across South East Asia.

The ICE SEA Virtual Graduate Tour 2020 will showcase two prominent ICE Graduate Members who are thriving in their respective fields.

  • Annie Wulandari GMICE, Project Engineer, British Petroleum - will be presenting on Pre-construction survey to promote biodiversity that creates sustainable environment in Indonesia
  • Dr Brenda Lee GMICE, Design Engineer, Tony Gee & Partners - will be presenting on Temporary Works Design for Mega Canopy, Pavilion Bukit Jalil, Malaysia


Annie Wulandari GMICE

Project Engineer, British Petroleum, Indonesia

Annie started working for British Petroleum (BP) in 2010 as a civil and structural engineer, involved in the design of two offshore wellhead platforms for Tangguh Expansion Project in West Papua. She currently serves as project engineer in the project management group, leading delivery of several packages for the project. She also is the lead of BP women in project community for Asia Pacific and has high passion in developing others.

Annie holds double Masters degree in structural engineering from University of Indonesia and École Centrale de Nantes, France. She is a wife and mother of 3 children. During her spare times, she loves to travel to different places to appreciate scenery and different cultures.

Dr Brenda Lee GMICE

Design Engineer, Tony Gee & Partners, Malaysia

Dr Brenda has 9 years of experience in civil engineering; with five years in academics lecturing in Finite Element Analysis, Structural Analysis, and Environmental Engineering at a private university in Malaysia. Currently working as a design engineer in Tony Gee and Partners (Kuala Lumpur), she has worked on numerous infrastructure projects involving structural and dynamic modelling, analysis and design; gaining experience in construction engineering working on major highway and rail projects in the Klang Valley.

Her more recent work focuses on geotechnical engineering looking at complex temporary works for major infrastructure delivery, including cofferdams, slope stability, foundation design, and soil structure interaction.

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For more information please contact:

Theban Arumugam

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