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Attribute workshop: professional commitment

Event organised by ICE

Date
31 October 2022
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Overview

The ICE Bristol & Bath Early Careers Network hosts the final session in a series of informal Attribute Workshops, with a focus on Attribute 7 – Professional Commitment.

The workshop will allow you to get additional support from ICE Membership Manager, Michelle Cockburn MSc CMRS AMICE MLPI (South West England, Wales & the Americas). Michelle will provide an overview of the attribute including recent changes through Membership Streamlining.

She will be joined by Giuseppe M. Erbi GMICE, Roland Jones EngTech and Grant Mobbs CEng FICE who will share examples on how they demonstrated knowledge and experience specific to this attribute to complete IPD.

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, a recent graduate or an experienced engineer close to sitting Professional Review.

Speakers

Giuseppe Martino Erbi

Giuseppe Martino Erbi

Richter Associates

design engineer

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Giuseppe Martino Erbi

Giuseppe previously worked at Vp plc Groundforce for two years. He was Public Engagement Officer for the ICE Graduate and Student Committee London, during 2021/2022.

Driven by passion, curiosity and determination, Giuseppe wants to become an ICE Chartered Engineer. He was born in Olbia, Italy and moved to the UK in 2016 to become a better engineer and gain extensive experience.

He obtained a Master of Science in Structural Engineering in 2019 at University of East London.

Grant Mobbs

Grant Mobbs

Ferrovial Construction UK

strategy, development and preconstruction director

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Grant Mobbs

Grant is a chartered civil engineer with 25 years' experience. He has a diverse background spanning rail, highways, complex viaducts and bridges, aviation, nuclear and offshore oil platforms across bidding, design and engineering. He has also worked on private finance initiatives raising project finance for significant schemes. He joined Ferrovial Construction (then Agroman) in 2011 in the business development department, after working historically in joint venture with Ferrovial Agroman.

Grant is the Lead Supervising Civil Engineer championing the ICE chartership programme, with an active number of employees pursuing progression through the programme. Grant has played a key role in developing and implementing the new strategy for the United Kingdom and Ireland, delivering a boost in opportunities to deliver significant sales and profits as part of Ferrovial’s Horizon 2024 Plan.

Roland Jones

Roland Jones

WSP

civil engineering degree apprentice

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Roland Jones

Roland is three years into his apprenticeship with WSP. He currently works within the transport sector, which has led to him working on a vast array of projects including large housing developments throughout the UK, public realm enhancements in West Sussex, and cycle schemes in Dorset. His week can vary between detailed highway and public realm schemes design using CAD software, analysing traffic routing data, and engaging with clients. As part of the apprenticeship, he will also work towards achieving IEng (Incorporated Engineer). He has recently achieved EngTech.

For more information please contact:

Yasemin Gurbuz