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Recognition for East Midlands Civil Engineers

Three East Midlands civil engineers were presented with prestigious industry awards by the Institution of Civil Engineers’ President, Lord Robert Mair, at a recent ceremony held at the institution’s London headquarters.

Leicestershire-based civil engineers Alex Romankiw and Joshua Growcock — who both work for Galliford Try — achieved Technician Membership status, and can now add ‘EngTech MICE’ after their names.

Solomon Tetteyfio, from Nottingham, was granted Chartered Engineer status and can now add ‘CEng’ after his name.

Commenting on the awards, Molly McKenzie, ICE East and West Midlands Regional Director, said:

“Achieving these globally-recognised awards is a significant personal and career achievement and I congratulate Alex, Joshua and Solomon on their success. They join the ICE at a significant time – our bicentenary year. We are proud to celebrate our members and how their work in civil engineering transforms people’s lives for the better and safeguards the future for their families.”

Photo caption: L: Solomon Tetteyfio, CEng MICE R: Professor Lord Robert Mair, President of the Institution of Civil Engineers

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