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Vote, vote, vote

ICE news

In tandem with the BBC's poll of the Greatest Briton, the ICE is asking the engineering community who they consider to be the greatest engineer of all time.

A shortlist of 12 has been compiled by ICE head librarian and chief historian Mike Chrimes, and votes cast are instantly entered into a running tally for each engineer.

Over 1,500 votes have already been cast in the ICE poll, with Brunel clear favourite with 35% of the vote. Ove Arup is second with 18%, with Joseph Bazalgette and Thomas Telford battling for third.

Meanwhile the ICE urges all members to continue voting for Brunel. The deadline for entries is 24 November.


Vote at: www. ice. org. uk/member/ engineervote/index. asp For the BBC's Greatest Briton:

www. programmes/greatbriton

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