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Chartered Engineer (CEng)

Agnieszka Jezierska MSc CEng MCIHT

Published: 22/10/2021

Having had quite a substantial career break (over six years) my biggest professional achievement is becoming a Chartered Engineer (CEng) with the Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT). …

EUR ING Ghazanfar Khan CEng IntPE(UK) MInstRE

EUR ING Ghazanfar Khan CEng IntPE(UK) MInstRE

Published: 15/09/2021

Through experience (national and international), I have learned that any professional decorated with professional recognition is worth much more in the market than the one without it. …

EUR ING Christopher Northey BEng (Hons) FCGI MCGI CEng IntPE (UK) RP FRSPH FIET FCIBSE FSoPHE FCIPHE FIDHEE FIHEEM FCIWEM

EUR ING Christopher Northey BEng (Hons) FCGI MCGI CEng IntPE (UK) RP FRSPH FIET FCIBSE FSoPHE FCIPHE FIDHEE FIHEEM FCIWEM

Published: 21/10/2021

I’d advise considering progressive professional registration if that suits you – this benefited me by getting professional recognition at different stages of my career (first IEng registration in 1999, before going on to CEng registration in 2006). …

Ozak Esu PhD BEng (Hons) CEng MIET

Ozak Esu PhD BEng (Hons) CEng MIET

Published: 08/10/2021

The most enjoyable attributes of my job are that it is fun, collaborative, multifaceted and explorative research, at the forefront of transforming the future of the construction and built environment industry. …

Charchita Misra MBA CEng MIET

Charchita Misra MBA CEng MIET

Published: 08/10/2021

Professional registration gives you credibility as your capabilities are peer assessed and not specific to one industry or company. …

Delyth Williams MEng CEng MIChemE

Delyth Williams MEng CEng MIChemE

Published: 24/09/2021

Professional registration enabled me to be promoted and ultimately get the assignment I am currently on in the USA. …

Lynsey McNeilly MEng CEng MICE

Lynsey McNeilly MEng CEng MICE

Published: 15/09/2021

Having more Chartered Civil Engineers is very beneficial particularly in contracting, as many companies have not historically pushed for employees to work towards Chartered status. …

Mamta Singhal BEng (Hons) MSc MBA CEng MIET FWES

Mamta Singhal BEng (Hons) MSc MBA CEng MIET FWES

Published: 26/08/2021

I realised how I wanted to use my engineering skills to do good – for the environment, for development of people, for breaking down norms. I gained a roadmap both personally and professionally, as well as a network that is priceless. …

Jin Xuan PhD CEng FIMechE FHEA

Jin Xuan PhD CEng FIMechE FHEA

Published: 16/08/2021

My research focuses on renewable and low-carbon energy engineering such as fuel cells, solar fuels and Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) to tackle the Energy Trilemma of energy security, energy equity (accessibility and affordability) and environmental sustainability. …

EUR ING. Lakmal Senanayake MPhil MSc MCGI GCGI CEng CITP CMgr IntPE IEng (SL) FIET FBCS MCMI MIIE (SL)

EUR ING. Lakmal Senanayake MPhil MSc MCGI GCGI CEng CITP CMgr IntPE IEng (SL) FIET FBCS MCMI MIIE (SL)

Published: 30/07/2021

I value the recognition in the local and international Engineering fraternity. The benefits of becoming a chartered professional are many and vary for each day’s responsibility and each speciality. …

Helen Cavill CEng MIMechE MIET

Helen Cavill CEng MIMechE MIET

Published: 21/07/2021

If every child was exposed to what engineering is really like by the age of 11 or 12, ideally through practical activity and positive role models, I think it would spur many more children to embark on this exciting career path and improve gender imbalance in the profession. …