ICE SENIOR vice president Doug Oakervee tops the list of eleven ICE members elected among the UK's brightest stars in engineering, industry and technology as Fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering.
The Academy, established to pursue excellence in engineering and to 'promote the advancement of the science, art and practice of engineering for the benefit of the public', has elected 49 new Fellows.
ICE members elected alongside Oakervee are Professor Richard Chandler, Alan Hayward, Professor David Hight, Professor David Lerner, Professor John Lloyd, David Potts, Samuel Price, Professor Peter Stansby, and Scott Steedman.
Victor Milligan, a Canadian consulting engineer specialising in the design and construction of earth and rockfill dams and tunnels, has been welcomed as a foreign member.
The new Fellows will be welcomed into the Academy at a special dinner on 19 November at Drapers' Hall in the City of London.
Included in the roll call are creator of the World Wide Web Professor Tim Berners-Lee and founder of computer manufacturer Psion, David Potter.