East of England members achieve Chartered status

Five ICE members have passed their Professional Review to become Chartered Civil Engineers

Fourth generation Chartered Civil Engineer, Joshua Riley receives his certificate from Sir John Armitt.
Fourth generation Chartered Civil Engineer, Joshua Riley receives his certificate from Sir John Armitt.

Congratulations are in order for Rob Martin (Bedford), Joshua Riley (Norfolk), Lee Sayer (Norfolk), Lewis Bridgman (Cambs) and Joseph Hardwick (Suffolk) who have been awarded ICE membership.

All four met the requirements of the ICE's Chartered Professional Review and are entitled to add the letters MICE to their names and adopt the Institution's own protected title of 'Chartered Civil Engineer'.

They were presented with their membership certificates on Monday 19 September by ICE President Sir John Armitt at a special ceremony held at ICE's Westminster HQ.

ICE Regional Director for the East of England, Glen Own said: "Achieving Chartered Civil engineer status is a significant personal and career achievement and I welcome them into the ICE."

It was a special achievement for Joshua Riley who is the fourth generation of his family to become Chartered.

Information about newly qualified members can be accessed via our members' directory.

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