The ICE has recently appointed 11 new country representatives:
China (Beijing Region): Peter Chung-wah Chan. With a BSc in civil engineering from the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg and an MSc, DIC, in soil mechanics from Imperial College, Chan has been a member since 1983.
China (Chongqing Region): Professor Li Shirong. Li Shirong gained a BSc in civil engineering from Chongqing Jianzhu University and a PhD in construction from the University of Reading, becoming a Fellow in 1998.
India (Mumbai Region): Tushar S Prabhu.
After completing an MA in civil engineering from Cambridge University, Prabhu became a fellow in April last year.
Malaysia: Dr Teik Aun Ooi.
A member since 1971, Ooi is technical adviser to Transfield Group in Asia. He has a BSc in civil engineering from Aukland University (1966) and a PhD from the University of Sheffield (1980).
Mauritius: Ram Bahadoor. With a BSc in civil engineering from City University (London), he is now a senior associate with Gibb (Mauritius). He has been a member since 1988.
Qatar: Malcolm Brown. Brown has been a member since 1969 after completing a BSc in civil engineering from Aston University and an MSc in environmental planning and transportation from the University of Birmingham.
Zambia: Nigel Bright. With a BSc in civil engineering from the University of Birmingham, Bright became a Fellow in 1995.
Zimbabwe: Keith Holshausen. Completing a BSc in civil engineering from the University of Cape Town, Holshausen has been a member since 1999.
France: Geoffrey Smith. A graduate of Loughborough University, Smith spent seven years with French contractors operating in the Middle East specialising in contractual matters and claims. He qualified as a barrister in 1995 and has since operated his own consultancy dealing with dispute resolution.
Tanzania: Immanuel Kimambo. Kimambo is managing director of Tanzanian consultant K & Associates. He became a fellow in 1991. He has a BSc in highway engineering from the University of Arizona.
Cayman Islands: Martin Tedd. Tedd holds a degree in civil and structural engineering from University College Cardiff and now works for the water authority in Grand Cayman as a design engineer.
Seychelles: Billy Rangasamy. With a BEng in civil engineering from University College London, Rangasmy is director housing projects management in the Seychelles.
Malta: Joseph Degaetano. Gaining a BSc from the Royal University of Malta, Degaetano has spent most of his career in Malta, including four years managing a WHO/UN water supply and wastewater collection development programme. He is a member of ICE and a fellow of CIWEM.