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Application for membership via Mutual Exemption Agreement or Chartered Engineering Organisation routes In accordance with Bylaw 16, the under-mentioned names are published as having applied for professionally qualified membership of the ICE. If any corporate member has any reason to give why a candidate is not a fit and proper person to become a member, they should communicate in writing to the director/general secretary immediately. This expires on the 30 May 2004.

Chartered Engineering Organisation (CEng) Peters, Anthea Tennant, Stewart David Woodlock, Henry Cheung, Kin Allmark, Timothy Brian Bowers, Simon Paul Shah, Nitin Chartered Engineering Organisation (IEng AMICE) Perry, Nicola Jayne Beddell, David Paul Mutual Exemption Agreement via Institution of Engineers Australia Cheng, Cheong Kwai Lau, Man Nin Mimmo, Gerard Carmine Vernon Uy, Brian Chow, Hin Por Edwin Cheung, Chung Leung Joseph Tang, Lai Fung Leong, Wai Hang Dennis EC Diplomate Route Rusmi, Tommaso Pallegrino, Cristina Bockelmann, Bettina Nicole Mutual Exemption Agreement via Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Liu, Hana Liu Shuen Mak, Chee Fai Gabriel Stitt, Roy Gilford Mutual Exemption Agreement via South Africa Institution of Civil Engineering MacEwan, Jonathan James Van Den Berg, Nicholas Paul Cooper, Nicole De Villiers, Gregory Ian Vazzola, Giovanni Mutual Exemption Agreement via Portuguese Institution of Engineers - Ordem dos Engenheiros Gil, Maria

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