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RedR patrons

RedR, London Anglian Water Association of Consulting Engineers WS Atkins Binnie Black & Veatch John Broad Buro Happold Cable & Wireless Tim Gilmour-White Institution of Civil Engineers Institution of Mechanical Engineers Marchday Group Mott MacDonald Group Mouchel Group Ove Arup Partnership Institution of Engineers of Ireland GRANTS Department for International Development Nuffield Trust Cable & Wireless Scott Wilson director of corporate affairs Martin Nielsen says: 'Scott Wilson has been an active supporter of RedR since the day that a recently recruited Peter Guthrie first approached managing partner Ken Innes with the concept. We have been happy to play a supporting role to RedR, providing two further chairmen (Alan Brookes, Mike Clapham) and several engineers on readiness training, committee work or assignment. Indeed, recruits like Sue Moore and Sarah Bassingham have cited Scott Wilson's close association with RedR as one of the main reasons for joining the company. We see RedR as a cause worthy of the continued and energetic support of the engineering profession.'

Mouchel chairman Jim Harding says: 'As a professional, technically based support services firm focused on infrastructure, Mouchel is proud to be a patron of RedR and its achievements in providing engineering resource to deliver practical solutions to alleviate infrastructure problems in disaster areas.

Mouchel has been a patron of RedR since its inception and has shared some of its success with staff members having undertaken missions through RedR. Mouchel recognises the benefits that the RedR training program and the experience a mission can bring to an individual's development.

Congratulations on coming of age! We look forward to continuing our productive partnership.'

Binnie Black & Veatch managing director Doug Smith says: 'While we are motivated by real concerns and the desire to make a difference to people's lives, we can also make a sound case for supporting RedR. I believe it adds real value to our company and I am delighted to affirm our commitment to this increasingly worthwhile cause. The stronger our employees' CVs, the stronger the company.

By encouraging secondment on relief assignments, our engineers gain incredible personal experience of management and survival in difficult environments.

Binnie Black & Veatch looks forward to a continued involvement with relief work around the world and we hope that our relationship with RedR will help to develop that commitment.'

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