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Royal Academy recognition for ICE

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HELEN STONE OBE is among the ICE fellows to be elected as fellows of the Royal Academy of Engineering.

The Academy aims to promote the advancement of the science, art and practice of engineering for the benefit of the public. It comprises the UK's most eminent engineers and draws on their wealth of knowledge and experience to meet its objectives.

As a leader in the civil engineering industry, Stone is joined as an Academy fellow by Shell group managing director Malcolm Brinded, Arup chairman Bob Emmerson, HR Wallingford managing director Stephen Huntingdon, Halcrow chief executive John Lawson, Dar Al Handasah Consultants (UK) chairman Seshadri Srinivasan and Mott Macdonald chairman Tim Thirlwall.

Academia is represented by Imperial College professor of geomatics Richard Jardine and Queen's University Belfast professor of coastal engineering Trevor Whittaker, pioneer of the UK's first wave power station.

In total 59 new Academy fellows were elected.

INFOPLUS www. raeng. org. uk/about/ fellows

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