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 2019. They will each present and defend their CPR reports to an audience.
The three finalists are:
- Aneeka Barmi CEng MICE, Section Engineer at Skanska, who will discuss her role on Highways England’s £1.5bn A14 Improvement Scheme that will combat congestion, improve safety and unlock economic growth
- Tina Gunnarsson CEng MICE, Senior Temporary Works Engineer at Balfour Beatty, who will outline her work on the Minigo Suspension Bridge in Rwanda that safely connects the local community to the school, hospital, markets and main road
- Zuzanna Stone CEng MICE, Project Leader at Mott MacDonald who will present her report on the Dyserth Wastewater Treatment Works Phosphorus Removal, a £5m scheme that exemplifies the benefits of collaborative working
The best candidate will receive the prestigious 2020 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