Regional Engineering Manager, Rob Eagles has been admitted as a Chartered Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and professionally registered as a Chartered Engineer (CEng) with the Engineering Council.
On Friday 16th September 2022, Rob attended the Institution of Civil Engineers for a long awaited Certificate Presentation Ceremony after being awarded his Chartership over a year ago.
Recently, Rob has been working on the A533 Expressway bridge replacement with Amey Sir Robert McAlpine on behalf of Highways England. This included logistical challenges for the construction of the pier and east abutment.
Inspiring the next generation of Civil Engineers, Rob has also spent time in primary schools. This involved describing the diverse nature of being a Civil Engineer and what the job entails.
The examples above including practical application of engineering, sustainability and professional commitment are all attributes for becoming a Chartered Civil Engineer.
Rob got the opportunity to visit the Institution of Civil Engineers and celebrate his achievement with his family and other delegates. Rob took his parents along with him to share in the joyous occasion at One Great George Street.
“One Great George Street is a remarkable building and the ceremony was faultless, from registration through to the fabulous drinks reception that followed.”
Rob is looking forward to utilising the members facilities that the Institution of Civil Engineers has to offer, when he is looking for a place to work in London.
For now, Rob has set his sights on gaining Fellowship status within the Institution of Civil Engineers.
“Hopefully, I will be back in the future for Fellowship, I’ve been inspired!”
Find out more on Rob’s East Abutment Project.