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Award for ICE equality advocate

rahma farrag

Atkins assistant engineer Rahma Farrag has won her second award of the year. She is an advocate for diversity in engineering and featured in the ICE’s National Women in Engineering Day film aimed at inspiring women to become engineers.

She won this year’s Royal Academy of Engineering Rising Star Award, and was also a best civil engineer finalist for the 2016 European Women in Construction & Engineering Awards. Farrag is currently responsible for design co-ordination and delivery of the Manfouha sewage treatment works in Riyadh. 

 

 

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