The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has expressed its congratulations to the eleven members who received awards in this year’s Queens Birthday honours.
Current ICE president Peter Hansford said:
"It’s wonderful to see so many civil engineers recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday honours. This is a remarkable achievement and testament to the enormous contribution engineers make to society.
"In particular we warmly congratulate immediate past president Paul Jowitt on his CBE."
ICE members to receive awards include:
David Hartman Higgins, lately Chief Executive, Olympics Delivery Authority, for services to regeneration
Alan Baxter, Founder of Alan Baxter & Associates, for services to engineering and conservation
Terence Malcolm Hill, Chairman, Arup Group Trusts, for services to civil engineering
Professor Paul William Jowitt (immediate Past President), Professor of Civil Engineering Systems, Heriot Watt University, for services to technology
Professor Alexander Messent Cairncross, for services to environmental health overseas
Joanna Gabrelle Da Silva, for services to engineering and to humanitarian relief
Glyn Vaughan, Area and Coastal Flood Risk Manager (Cumbria and Lancashire), Environment Agency, for services to flood defence
Haydn White, Chairman, Infrastructure Committee, British Standards Institution, for services to the water industry
Donald Ramsey Lamont, HM Principal Specialist Inspector of Health and Safety (Civil Engineering), Department for Work and Pensions
Major General Alan Drury McKlin, Late Corps of Royal Engineers
Brigadier Tyrone Richard Urch, Late Corps of Royal Engineers