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IN ACCORDANCE with Bylaw 14, the undermentioned names are published as having been considered worthy to be admitted to the grade of Member via the European Diplomate Route.

G Scilipoti M Dall'Orso The undermentioned names have been considered worthy to be transferred to the senior grade of Fellow:

Benham, Peter Butler, Nigel Alan Baldwin, Andrew Noel Chua, Beng Seong Ford, Michael Stanley Gardner, Keith Hallowes, George Jefferis, Stephan Menzies, Bruce Keith Ng, Roy K P Pugh, David Byrne Preston, Stephen Queening, John R Spicer, Athony Edward Taylor, Thomas Paul Sharples, Edgar Rowan Ying, Tsie Cheong In accordance with Bylaw 16, the undermentioned names are published as having been considered worthy to be admitted to the senior grade of Fellow:

Andrews, Peter John Baranov, Stanislav A Chatterjee, Prasanta K Dikran, Shiram Suren Grant, Kenneth James Horokhov, Yevgen V Kerali, Henry Godfrey Levin, Alexey Prabhu, Tushar S Thorley, Albert Reginald Selvaratnam, Arulampalam In accordance with Bylaw 16, the undermentioned names are published as having applied for membership of the Institution via the mutual exemption agreements.

Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Choi, Kam Tang Danny Ho, Chun Yan Lau, Chi Ming Lee, Chi-Ho Mak, Chi Kei Musgrove, James Clarke Tam, Long Fai Dick Wong, Lydia Man-Ki Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand Haydon, Shane Lyndon If any corporate member of the Institution has any reason to give why a candidate is not a fit and proper person for admission, he/she must communicate in writing to the Chief Executive & Secretary immediately, by airmail or fax if overseas.

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