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Presidential Team

Jonathan Pearson CEng FIHE
President
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Jonathan Pearson CEng FIHE works for Ringway Jacobs as Head of Programme Management within the ‘Essex Highways’ Integrated Partnership, which delivers a wide range of highway services on behalf of Essex County Council.

Jonathan started his Highways career in 1993, spending two years with Frank Graham Consulting Engineers as a Structures Technician on the West London Highways Agency Contract.

Since then his career progressed within local government at Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire County Councils – in a range of operational and strategic roles. In 2015 Jonathan joined Tarmac to lead on Programming activities through Norfolk CC’s Highways Contract – before moving to Ringway Jacobs in the Autumn of 2016.

Jonathan became a member of the IHE in 2003 before becoming an Incorporated Engineer and Fellow in 2006. Following completion of an MSc in Civil Engineering in 2008 he achieved Chartered status in 2010. He has served on the IHE Council since June 2010 and was the Portfolio Lead for the Membership and Qualifications Group until 2016. He also conducts Professional Reviews on behalf of the Institute.

Stephen Webb
IEng FIHE

Senior Vice President

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Stephen Webb IEng FIHE works for WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff as their Highways Team Leader in the Taunton Office, primarily serving Somerset County Council on a Consultancy Services Multidiscipline Contract.

Stephen began his career in 1988 and then spent 13 years working mainly in the waste water and flood alleviation engineering sector for both Montgomery Watson and Babtie Group (now Jacobs). During this time Stephen was part of project engineering teams which introduced either new or upgraded waste water treatment works which in turn improved bathing water quality around the coastline of Devon and Cornwall. Stephen’s ‘highway’ career then took off in Atkins’ traffic engineering/road safety team in Somerset County Council offices as part of a collaborative consultancy services ‘white collar’ Contract.

Stephen has nearly 16 years’ experience of working with highway clients such as Somerset County Council and thrives on delivering local projects which in turn serve to benefit the community, whether it is in reducing injury collisions on the road or providing safer facilities for the varying user groups such as cycling/walking schemes or crossing facilities and / or traffic calming schemes.

In 2010 Stephen joined Parsons Brinckerhoff as part of the TUPE process and one of his first tasks was to be part of the PB Project Team working on behalf of Highways England, responsible for updating the DMRB Road Safety Audit Standard to version HD 19/15. This also included for introducing the Road Safety Auditor Certificate of Competency process (IAN 152/11).

Stephen worked in Abu Dhabi, UAE in late 2010 through to 2011 mainly undertaking road safety audit on the local highway network in the municipality of Al Ain. This also included reviewing the road worker safety procedures within the Abu Dhabi Emirate.

Stephen joined the IHE in 2007 before becoming an Incorporated Engineer and Fellow that same year. He has served on IHE’s Council since June 2011 and has been the Portfolio Lead for the Professional Development Group since February 2014, whilst also conducting the role of Treasurer for the IHE South Western Branch since 2008.

One of Stephen’s principal achievements whilst leading the IHE Professional Development Group has been the review of IHE Professional Certificates and the steer on a number of new additions, such as Asset Management, Highway Maintenance, Road Safety Engineering and Temporary Traffic Management.

Stephen is a keen cyclist and, along with his brother, recently visited the French Alps to watch the Tour de France. He also tackled some of the many famous climbs such as Alpe d’Huez, Col du Chaussy and Les Lacets de Montvernier, Col du Granon and Col de l’Izoard. His enthusiasm for cycling has supported him during the delivery of numerous cycling schemes in his local community.

Martin Polland
CEng FIHE

Junior Vice President

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IHE Junior Vice President, Martin Polland CEng FIHE, works for South Lanarkshire Council as Roads Area Manager covering the Clydesdale area. He is responsible for managing the day to day delivery of the Councils resurfacing programme, manages the Street Works team, is lead for winter maintenance within the Council and also is responsible for the Council’s road asset management plan.

Martin started his career in the Utility business and worked for 10 years with various contractors delivering gas, water and cable television projects throughout the UK.

Since then his career has progressed within local government. He has worked for Lothian Regional Council, West Lothian Council and now with South Lanarkshire Council in a range of roles. In April 2012 Martin became roads area manager and continues today with this role. He is current co-chair of Roads and Utilities Committee Scotland (Raucs), sits on the policy development group in Scotland looking at road works policy and is also currently project manager for the Scottish roads research board looking into tar bound arisings.

He joined the IHE in 1998 and until April of this year was chair of the IHE Scotland branch for some 8 years. He gained his IEng qualification in 2009 and also achieved Chartered status in December 2015. He has served on IHE Council since 2016 and regularly undertakes reviews for the Institute.

Martin is a keen walker, hill walker and also coaches youth football in his spare time.

Tony Kirby
IEng FIHE

Past President

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IHE Past President, Tony Kirby IEng FIHE, is a co-owner and founding director of Local Transport Projects Ltd, a traffic engineering, transport planning and highway design practice based in Beverley, East Yorkshire.

Local Transport Projects Ltd was established in 2004 and work throughout the UK, assisting private sector clients with planning issues and public sector clients through a range of multi-disciplinary frameworks.

Tony has been a Fellow of the Institute since 1998 since becoming incorporated, and has served on Council since June 2008. He started his highways career in 1988 with an indentured training scheme and has worked within both the public and private sector.

Tony gained an MSc in European Traffic & Transportation in 2004, and is a registered road safety auditor. Tony serves on the Institute’s Road Safety and Cycling Infrastructure panels, attends All Party Parliamentary Group meetings and represents the IHE on the CIHT/DfT shared streets advisory group.

Tony was instrumental in the establishment of the current Portfolio Group structure and is committed to raising the profile of the Institute and providing effective, quality services for members.

He is a keen Hull City AFC fan and enjoys playing football, cricket and can often be found cycling on the quiet lanes and muddy trails within the East Riding.

 

IHE Executive Board

Jonathan Pearson
CEng FIHE

Ringway Jacobs (Chair)

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Jonathan Pearson CEng FIHE works for Ringway Jacobs as Head of Programme Management within the ‘Essex Highways’ Integrated Partnership, which delivers a wide range of highway services on behalf of Essex County Council.

Jonathan started his Highways career in 1993, spending two years with Frank Graham Consulting Engineers as a Structures Technician on the West London Highways Agency Contract.

Since then his career progressed within local government at Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire County Councils – in a range of operational and strategic roles. In 2015 Jonathan joined Tarmac to lead on Programming activities through Norfolk CC’s Highways Contract – before moving to Ringway Jacobs in the Autumn of 2016.

Jonathan became a member of the IHE in 2003 before becoming an Incorporated Engineer and Fellow in 2006. Following completion of an MSc in Civil Engineering in 2008 he achieved Chartered status in 2010. He has served on the IHE Council since June 2010 and was the Portfolio Lead for the Membership and Qualifications Group until 2016. He also conducts Professional Reviews on behalf of the Institute.

Gafoor Din
IEng FIHE

Warwickshire County Council

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Gafoor Din IEng FIHE has over twenty-five years of experience in the area of Traffic Control and Intelligent Transport Systems and currently manages the Traffic Control & Information System team at Warwickshire County Council.

He has been involved with the IHE since 1996 and his main achievement for IHE to date is the development of the first IHE Professional Certificate in Traffic Signal Control.

In the last eighteen years Gafoor has played an active role as a member of the IHE Traffic Signal Control Steering Group which delivers the annual four day IHE Traffic Signal Control course at which he also presents on a number of topics. Also, in 2016 he initiated the annual IHE Intelligent Transport Systems event which is supported by various consultants, companies and local authorities.

Gafoor fully supports the IHE ongoing developments of the various Professional Certificates and the National Highway Engineering Academy and as a committed IHE member he ensures that the IHE is working for the best interest of its membership; to this end he is an active member on the Council’s Professional Development Group and also a scrutiny member on the IHE Executive Board.

Peter Dipper
IEng HonFIHE

Cinclus Training and Engineering

Ellie Gormley
IEng FIHE

Honorary Treasurer

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Ellie Gormley IEng FIHE is a Highways / Traffic Engineer with over 30 years’ experience in Project management and scheme implementation. Her knowledge has been gained mainly through Local government employment although she has also worked in the commercial sector. Ellie is now a freelance engineering consultant.

She is currently the Treasurer of the IHE and sits on the Executive Board. She is also a Reviewer, Assessor and Mentor for the IHE.

Ellie represents the IHE on the Joint Board of Moderators and undertakes university visits as part of a team to verify that the engineering degrees any university offer adhere to Engineering Council’s competencies, and consequently suitable for professional accreditation.

She was a past Chair, and now a committee member of the IHE Mercia Branch. As a keen golfer, Ellie organises the yearly IHE Mercia Branch Golf Day each September.

Personally, she is a STEM ambassador, and the immediate past President of Lichfield & District Soroptimist group.

Richard Hayes
CEng FIHE

Institute of Highway Engineers

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Richard was appointed as Chief Executive of IHE in June 2016 and had previously been elected as President at the Institute from June 2012 to June 2014.

Richard was previously a freelance Consultant practising in Highway and asset management. He also is a Trainer in these and other subjects.

Up to 2012 he was the Western Area Manager for Northumberland County Council’s Local Service Department and was responsible for an area of 2468 square kms based around the town of Hexham. He was also responsible for the County's Construction Division which delivers capital works on highways structure and street lighting.

He has been with the County Council since 2003 and before moving to Northumberland, he worked for Stockton on Tees Borough Council for 25 years in highways maintenance.

Richard joined the Institute Council in 2004, initially as one of the first graduate and student representatives, before being elected a full member in 2007.
He represents the Institute on several external bodies and is the media spokesperson for IHE. He is currently leading on the IHE’s National Highway Engineering Academy.

Tony Kirby
IEng FIHE

Local Transport Projects

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IHE Past President, Tony Kirby IEng FIHE, is a co-owner and founding director of Local Transport Projects Ltd, a traffic engineering, transport planning and highway design practice based in Beverley, East Yorkshire.

Local Transport Projects Ltd was established in 2004 and work throughout the UK, assisting private sector clients with planning issues and public sector clients through a range of multi-disciplinary frameworks.

Tony has been a Fellow of the Institute since 1998 since becoming incorporated, and has served on Council since June 2008. He started his highways career in 1988 with an indentured training scheme and has worked within both the public and private sector.

Tony gained an MSc in European Traffic & Transportation in 2004, and is a registered road safety auditor. Tony serves on the Institute’s Road Safety and Cycling Infrastructure panels, attends All Party Parliamentary Group meetings and represents the IHE on the CIHT/DfT shared streets advisory group.

Tony was instrumental in the establishment of the current Portfolio Group structure and is committed to raising the profile of the Institute and providing effective, quality services for members.

He is a keen Hull City AFC fan and enjoys playing football, cricket and can often be found cycling on the quiet lanes and muddy trails within the East Riding.

Martin Polland
CEng FIHE

South Lanarkshire Council

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IHE Junior Vice President, Martin Polland CEng FIHE, works for South Lanarkshire Council as Roads Area Manager covering the Clydesdale area. He is responsible for managing the day to day delivery of the Councils resurfacing programme, manages the Street Works team, is lead for winter maintenance within the Council and also is responsible for the Council’s road asset management plan.

Martin started his career in the Utility business and worked for 10 years with various contractors delivering gas, water and cable television projects throughout the UK.

Since then his career has progressed within local government. He has worked for Lothian Regional Council, West Lothian Council and now with South Lanarkshire Council in a range of roles. In April 2012 Martin became roads area manager and continues today with this role. He is current co-chair of Roads and Utilities Committee Scotland (Raucs), sits on the policy development group in Scotland looking at road works policy and is also currently project manager for the Scottish roads research board looking into tar bound arisings.

He joined the IHE in 1998 and until April of this year was chair of the IHE Scotland branch for some 8 years. He gained his IEng qualification in 2009 and also achieved Chartered status in December 2015. He has served on IHE Council since 2016 and regularly undertakes reviews for the Institute.

Martin is a keen walker, hill walker and also coaches youth football in his spare time.

Carl Skelton
CEng FIHE

East Riding of Yorkshire

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Carl Skelton CEng FIHE began his Civil Engineering career in 1988 through an identured Training Scheme. Various roles followed in both 'client' and front line delivery functions of local government as well as a spell with a specialist contractor.
Carl’s current role as Highway Maintenance Group Manager in the East Riding of Yorkshire sees him oversee the day to day highway management and maintenance functions together with a team who undertake environmental enforcement relating to the public highway and overall responsibility for some 120 staff.

Carl chairs the Professional Development Portfolio Group of the IHE which identifies training and development opportunities and also oversees the design and delivery of the suite of professional certificates available through the IHE training academy.

Stephen Webb
IEng FIHE

WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff

Read profile

Stephen Webb IEng FIHE works for WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff as their Highways Team Leader in the Taunton Office, primarily serving Somerset County Council on a Consultancy Services Multidiscipline Contract.

Stephen began his career in 1988 and then spent 13 years working mainly in the waste water and flood alleviation engineering sector for both Montgomery Watson and Babtie Group (now Jacobs). During this time Stephen was part of project engineering teams which introduced either new or upgraded waste water treatment works which in turn improved bathing water quality around the coastline of Devon and Cornwall. Stephen’s ‘highway’ career then took off in Atkins’ traffic engineering/road safety team in Somerset County Council offices as part of a collaborative consultancy services ‘white collar’ Contract.

Stephen has nearly 16 years’ experience of working with highway clients such as Somerset County Council and thrives on delivering local projects which in turn serve to benefit the community, whether it is in reducing injury collisions on the road or providing safer facilities for the varying user groups such as cycling/walking schemes or crossing facilities and / or traffic calming schemes.

In 2010 Stephen joined Parsons Brinckerhoff as part of the TUPE process and one of his first tasks was to be part of the PB Project Team working on behalf of Highways England, responsible for updating the DMRB Road Safety Audit Standard to version HD 19/15. This also included for introducing the Road Safety Auditor Certificate of Competency process (IAN 152/11).

Stephen worked in Abu Dhabi, UAE in late 2010 through to 2011 mainly undertaking road safety audit on the local highway network in the municipality of Al Ain. This also included reviewing the road worker safety procedures within the Abu Dhabi Emirate.

Stephen joined the IHE in 2007 before becoming an Incorporated Engineer and Fellow that same year. He has served on IHE’s Council since June 2011 and has been the Portfolio Lead for the Professional Development Group since February 2014, whilst also conducting the role of Treasurer for the IHE South Western Branch since 2008.

One of Stephen’s principal achievements whilst leading the IHE Professional Development Group has been the review of IHE Professional Certificates and the steer on a number of new additions, such as Asset Management, Highway Maintenance, Road Safety Engineering and Temporary Traffic Management.

Stephen is a keen cyclist and, along with his brother, recently visited the French Alps to watch the Tour de France. He also tackled some of the many famous climbs such as Alpe d’Huez, Col du Chaussy and Les Lacets de Montvernier, Col du Granon and Col de l’Izoard. His enthusiasm for cycling has supported him during the delivery of numerous cycling schemes in his local community.

 

IHE Ordinary Members

Simon Bennett
IEng FIHE

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Simon's employment involved structural design and drawing works followed by service in Local Government including structural design, major drainage and highway works, highway maintenance and development management roles.

He is involved in IHE at Branch and National level sitting on IHE Council and a member of the Membership and Qualifications Portfolio Group. Simon is a reviewer, mentor and Yorkshire Branch Treasurer.

He represents the IHE on the JBM Further Learning Group and previously on the JBM Audit Panel.

Simon has represented the Institute on the Engineering Council, the Group B and C Professional Institutions meetings and is a Volunteer and Liaison Officer with Engineering Council.

He is a Parish Councillor with responsibilities for Highway matters and the Parish Centre. Other involvements include an Academy Governor, setting up a Community Library Group in the village of which he is Vice Chair and Treasurer and Chair and Treasurer of the Crofton Village Association, which offers sporting facilities in the village.

Chris Bowley
IEng FIHE

cb+ Associates

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Chris worked in local government for over 30yrs principally in highway maintenance before transferring to the private sector in 1997 where he worked as a Network and Tunnel manager in HA Areas 3, 4 & 5 before leaving to become a freelance Engineering Consultant in 2006. Since then he has worked on a variety of commissions such as the Dartford Crossing, Hindhead Tunnel and the M25 DBFO Contract.

Chris has been a Fellow of the IHE since 1973 and currently serves on central Council and also serve on Membership and Qualifications Portfolio Group. He is a long serving IEng Professional Reviewer and acts as Champion for Reviewers and Mentors to the Institute. He is also a member of Southern Branch where he served two terms as Chairman and currently remain an active Committee member specialising in Recruitment and acting as Editor for the Branch Newsletter.
My hobbies are travel, cooking, aviation and visiting National Trust properties.
For more details visit https://www.linkedin.com/in/chrisbowley/

Gafoor Din
IEng FIHE

Warwickshire County Council

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Gafoor Din IEng FIHE has over twenty-five years of experience in the area of Traffic Control and Intelligent Transport Systems and currently manages the Traffic Control & Information System team at Warwickshire County Council.

He has been involved with the IHE since 1996 and his main achievement for IHE to date is the development of the first IHE Professional Certificate in Traffic Signal Control.

In the last eighteen years Gafoor has played an active role as a member of the IHE Traffic Signal Control Steering Group which delivers the annual four day IHE Traffic Signal Control course at which he also presents on a number of topics. Also, in 2016 he initiated the annual IHE Intelligent Transport Systems event which is supported by various consultants, companies and local authorities.

Gafoor fully supports the IHE ongoing developments of the various Professional Certificates and the National Highway Engineering Academy and as a committed IHE member he ensures that the IHE is working for the best interest of its membership; to this end he is an active member on the Council’s Professional Development Group and also a scrutiny member on the IHE Executive Board.

Peter Dipper
IEng HonFIHE

Cinclus Training and Engineering

Nick Newton
CEng FIHE RegRSA(IHE)

Traffic Management and Safety Ltd

Carl Skelton
CEng FIHE

East Riding of Yorkshire

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Carl Skelton CEng FIHE began his Civil Engineering career in 1988 through an identured Training Scheme. Various roles followed in both 'client' and front line delivery functions of local government as well as a spell with a specialist contractor.
Carl’s current role as Highway Maintenance Group Manager in the East Riding of Yorkshire sees him oversee the day to day highway management and maintenance functions together with a team who undertake environmental enforcement relating to the public highway and overall responsibility for some 120 staff.

Carl chairs the Professional Development Portfolio Group of the IHE which identifies training and development opportunities and also oversees the design and delivery of the suite of professional certificates available through the IHE training academy.

Lee Sydenham
FIHE

WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff

 

IHE Nominated Members

Jobert Fermilan
IEng FIHE

Highways England

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Jobert Fermilan IEng FIHE works for Highways England as a Scheme Project Manager within the North West Region managing and influencing the delivery of assets. Schemes comprise of a discrete set of project activities which involve design for road renewals, replacement and improvements schemes on the strategic road network through to construction close-out.

Jobert began his working career in a Civil Engineering Laboratory for Amey Consulting before he progress as an Engineering Technician working on several design and maintenance schemes on roads and bridges. He moved into contracting to manage a small business in Sellafield for Hanson UK Major Project’s overseeing the nuclear work activities operational batching plant supplying nuclear concrete.

Jobert is a keen rugby player, loves travelling the world and enjoys walking.

Richard Fitter
IEng FIHE

Entran Ltd

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Richard Fitter IEng FIHE is a Director of Entran Ltd, an environmental and transportation consultancy with offices in London, Bristol and Cardiff.

Richard has worked in engineering, traffic and transportation since 1988. His career has centred mostly on Highway and Transport Development Planning, firstly in local authority and then for WSP and Royal Haskoning before joining Entran in 2007. He has experience in devising transport strategies for major town expansion projects, urban regeneration initiatives and mixed-use development schemes. Richard's skills include the preparation of sustainable movement strategies, travel plans and transport assessments as well as junction modelling, access design and transport sustainability assessments. He has considerable experience as expert witness at planning appeal Public Inquiries.

Mark Youngman
IEng FIHE

Hertfordshire County Council

Gary Mallin
IEng FIHE

Ringway Jacobs

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Gary is currently employed by Ringway Jacobs as Contract Manager at Cheshire East Highways which is an integrated services provided by Ringway Jacobs. Gary’s areas of responsibility are varied but include; Asset Management, Highway Capital Improvement, Network Management, Risk Management and Business Quality and Improvement.

Gary has developed his career across both public and private sector organisations with 30 years of experience in highway maintenance and asset management services, design, planning, project and contract management. Gary has a strong commercial awareness providing him with a keen eye to delivering services cost effectively while maintaining standards.

His most recent career highlights include the creation of Cheshire East’s and Ringway Jacobs Asset Management Policies and Strategies and the conception and delivery of the authority’s Highway Asset recovery plan which resulted in the authority investing £45 million in the network. He is the company’s lead on cross contract development of Asset Management and led the successful achievement of BSI ISO 55001 certification enabling Ringway Jacobs to become the first highways integrated service provider in the country to achieve the standard.

 

IHE Regional Members

Dorothy Reid
IEng FIHE

Falkirk Council

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Dorothy Reid IEng FIHE has worked in the Highways sector for over 30 years and has experience in asset management, development control, traffic management, highway maintenance and winter maintenance.

She is a reviewer for the Institute of Highway Engineers and a champion of the development of trainees in the industry, undertaking mentoring work for IEng and EngTech submission candidates. Dorothy is also an IHE national Council member and an active committee member of the Scottish Branch of the Institute.

She is currently the Roads and Grounds Manager at Falkirk Council.

Gary Neill
IEng FIHE

Falkirk Council

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Gary Neil IEng FIHE is a highly motivated civil engineer with experience in a variety of engineering projects, specialising in road maintenance.

He is Area Roads Engineer at Falkirk Council, within Roads Services. In this role he co-ordinates Road Maintenance, Road Asset Management and NRSWA functions including but not limited to the design, contract preparation, CDM and site supervision of road schemes in the capital and revenue budgets.

Gary has a first class honours BSc in Environmental Civil Engineering from Glasgow Caledonian University, Incorporated Engineer status and he is a Fellow of the Institute of Highway Engineers.

He is also vice chair of the IHE Scottish Branch and IHE Council member sitting of the PD Portfolio Group.

 

IHE Student Member

Oliver Appleby

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Currently studying Civil Engineering at Liverpool John Moores University. Oliver has a long-standing interest in all things relating to highways, especially improvement and utility works – often causing small delays when travelling as he observes current work and progress made since last time past. Outside of university, Oliver is into athletics competing in a range of different distances and surface types. Additionally, he can frequently be found volunteering at a number of groups and events of all sizes.

 

Co-opted Members to Recruitment & Member Services Portfolio Group

Ed Ashworth
FIHE

WYG Engineering Ltd

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As a Traffic Signals / ITS Engineer with over 17 years’ experience, Edward has gained significant experience of both the Public and Private Sector.

Edward joined the Institute back in 2001 and has been an active member of the Traffic Signal Control Steering Group since 2010 (having chaired the group in 2011/12).

More recently Edward has taken a more prominent role with the Institute having the honour of acting as a Nominated Member of the Council in 2017/18 and currently serving as a co-opted member of the Recruitment & Member Services Portfolio Group. Edward is committed to the training and development of those new to Engineering and has played a key role in supporting on the Traffic Signals Professional Certificate/Diploma whilst also assisting the Institute with the re-writing of the Code of Practice for Traffic signals.

In his spare time, Edward enjoys playing Cricket and is a classic car enthusiast having owned (and maintained) several classic British sportscars.

James Houghton
IEng FIHE

Lincolnshire County Council

 

IHE Engineering Council Representatives

Simon Bennett
IEng FIHE

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Simon's employment involved structural design and drawing works followed by service in Local Government including structural design, major drainage and highway works, highway maintenance and development management roles.

He is involved in IHE at Branch and National level sitting on IHE Council and a member of the Membership and Qualifications Portfolio Group. Simon is a reviewer, mentor and Yorkshire Branch Treasurer.

He represents the IHE on the JBM Further Learning Group and previously on the JBM Audit Panel.

Simon has represented the Institute on the Engineering Council, the Group B and C Professional Institutions meetings and is a Volunteer and Liaison Officer with Engineering Council.

He is a Parish Councillor with responsibilities for Highway matters and the Parish Centre. Other involvements include an Academy Governor, setting up a Community Library Group in the village of which he is Vice Chair and Treasurer and Chair and Treasurer of the Crofton Village Association, which offers sporting facilities in the village.

Peter Dipper
IEng HonFIHE

Cinclus Training and Engineering

Brian Sefton-Smith
IEng

Founder Member

 

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