PBA engineer takes up prestigious role representing civil engineers in South East England

PBA engineer takes up prestigious role representing civil engineers in South East England

2 November 2016

READING - Stephen Dellow, a PBA Reading-based Chartered Civil Engineer and Director, has been elected the Vice Chair of Informing Opinion for the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) South East England. The new role will see Steve represent around 11,000 civil engineers from across the region.

Steve has spent a career spanning over 25 years in engineering, working in the Middle East and the UK on a number of highway, drainage and infrastructure projects.

A Fellow of ICE, Steve has been a strong advocate of getting more technicians into the profession, assisting in the training and mentoring of new entrants into the industry. In his new role as Vice Chair for Informing Opinion, Steve will represent ICE to politicians, media and the public in the region, leading the call for better infrastructure.

On being elected, Steve said: "It is a great honour to be made Vice Chair for Informing Opinion and I look forward to working with engineers throughout the South East of England to help policy makers make better decisions on infrastructure."

"Whether its flood defences, smart highways or waste disposal facilities, engineering is vital in keeping society going. In my new role, I want to be an advocate for engineers so that the public can see all the exciting things that we do."

ICE South East England Director Suzanne Moroney said: "Steve is a great addition to the team. He has already shown his commitment to getting young people into engineering and I know that he will bring the same enthusiasm and energy in his new role as Vice Chair for Informing Opinion."