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Arup engineer wins Rennie medal

James rennie ocado project winner72 crop

Arup engineer Stephen Thompson has won this year’s James Rennie Medal for his work to apply digital technology to The Ocado Project.

The project is the largest warehouse delivery system in the UK. The James Rennie Medal is awarded to the best Chartered Professional Review candidate of the year. Thompson competed against David Long from Tony Gee & Partners, and Ian Midgley from RJ McLeod (Contractors). The three finalists were selected from 1,163 candidates from around the world.


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