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ICE Fellowships


GOOD AS GOLD: The ICE is setting an international gold standard for civil engineering, according to eminent Saudi Arabian civil engineer Mohammed Saad Al Moammer. Al Moammer (left) gave his endorsement after he and fellow Saudi civil engineer Abdulaziz Mansoor Al Assaf (right) received ICE Fellowships from the British Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Sir Derek Plumbly (centre) at the British Embassy in Riyadh. 'Having this Fellowship is a passport to working as a civil engineer anywhere in the world, ' said Al Moammer.

'Receiving this Fellowship is an honour to all Saudi Engineers.'

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