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World Trade Center boss is Honorary ICE Fellow

Steven Plate (left), the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s chief of capital construction and director of World Trade Center construction, receives his ICE Honorary Fellow certificate from ICE Americas representative David Caiden at a presentation ceremony in the Port Authority’s World Trade Center construction headquarters. 

Plate was elected an Honorary Fellow in recognition of his role in leading, coordinating and developing the World Trade Centre projects and, in doing so, considerably raising the profile of engineers who deliver complex projects of this scale.

John Burland and Douglas Oakervee have also been elected as Honorary Fellows of the Institution this year (NCE, 18 September).Honorary Fellows are elected by ICE Council on the recommendation of the ICE Executive Board. There are two categories - those who are distinguished civil engineers in their own right, and those who have rendered particular assistance to the civil engineering profession.

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