The James Rennie Medal recognises the best Chartered Professional Review candidate of the year.
This year’s final will feature ICE’s top three Chartered Professional Review (CPR) candidates of 2018. They will each present and defend their CPR reports to an audience.
The three finalists are:
- David Long CEng MICE, Senior Engineer at Tony Gee and Partners, who will present his report on the Leanamore Wind Farm scheme in County Kerry, Ireland which is estimated to produce electricity to power around 9,500 homes
- Ian Midgley CEng MICE, Agent at RJ McLeod (Contractors) Ltd, who will outline his work on the Selkirk Flood Protection Scheme, designed to protect over 500 properties from flooding
- Stephen Thompson CEng MICE, Senior Structural Engineer at Arup, who will discuss his role on the Ocado Project which aims to transform fulfilment centres across the world by integrating digital innovative technology, computer science and robotics
The best candidate will receive the prestigious 2019 James Rennie Medal in recognition of their achievements.
If you’re a graduate or student member aspiring to become a professionally qualified ICE member, you’ll find the evening invaluable. It will give an insight into some of the questions asked at Professional Review.
For all members it’s a chance to meet some of our brightest up-and-coming engineers and learn about interesting civil engineering projects.
For more information please contact:
ICE Events Team