Respected internationally, ICE Fellowship is the highest grade of ICE membership and a benchmark for those practising at the top level within the civil engineering profession. Only those with a position of responsibility in the planning, design, construction, maintenance or management of important engineering work can be awarded this level of membership.
Kevin was presented with his Fellowship certificate by ICE President, Geoff French, at an admission ceremony held at the ICE headquarters in Westminster, London
Penny Marshall, ICE North East interim regional director, commented:
“Gaining ICE Fellowship is an exceptional achievement and I warmly congratulate Kevin on joining an elite group of civil engineers. This highly-respected accolade recognises a significant contribution to the civil engineering profession and seniority in the industry.”
Kevin is the Managing Director of Seymour Civil Engineering in Hartlepool. He says he was inspired to become an engineer from Victorian engineering and post war infrastructure development.
His advice to school students is that: “Engineering can be a very rewarding career and you are building tomorrow’s future, today”.