Civil Engineering

Emer Murnaghan elected ICE Vice President

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Our Head of Sustainable Business, Emer Murnaghan OBE, has been elected as a Vice President to the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), an influential professional membership body that commands the attention of government and industry, both in the UK & internationally.

The prestigious organisation, which celebrates its 200th anniversary this year, has over 92,000 civil engineer members across the world.

Last Tuesday evening, at One Great George Street in London (the home of Civil Engineering), Andrew Wylie, CEO COSTAIN, delivered his inaugural address as President for the 2018/2019 presidential term. Two new Vice Presidents, Paul Sheffield and Emer Murnaghan, also took up their roles.

Emer has been appointed as VP UK Regions - her first meetings commence later this month.

The newly elected VPs join current VPs: Kyle Clough, CK Mak, Ed McCann, Rachel Skinner and Dr Jane Smallman. Together they form the 2018/2019 Presidential Team working alongside President Andrew Wylie.

Speaking about her appointment, Emer said:

“I am extremely delighted to have been invited to join such a prestigious team and engage with the strategic thinkers and influencers across the infrastructure industry.

"It gives me great pride to represent GRAHAM as we continue to evolve and grow into a significant industry player, respected for the positive impact of our work.”