The Company passes on its congratulations to Court Assistant Eur Ing Dave Cooper, who has been selected to become a member of the CISBE Board following The Institution’s AGM in May 2020.
The Master, Wardens and all Members of the Company pass on their warmest congratulations to Liveryman Colonel (Retd) George Marsh MBE TD DL who was appointed as a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in the New Years Honours List.
George’s honour was in recognition of his services through the West Midlands Lieutenancy to the Community in the West Midlands over many years.
The Master, Wardens and all Members of the Company pass on their warmest congratulations to Freeman Air Marshal Sir Julian Young KBE CB FREng on his recent appointment as a Knight Commander of the British Empire in the New Year’s Honours. Sir Julian is Chief of Material (Air) at Defence Equipment & Support, The Defence Engineering Champion and The Chief Engineer of the Royal Air Force.
The Company also congratulates the many engineers recognised in the New Year’s Honours List and particularly Dr Hayaatun Sillem CBE, Chief Executive of the Royal Academy of Engineering, who was appointed as a Commander of the British Empire.
Finally, many congratulations go to Alderman Sir Peter Estlin, the immediate past Lord Mayor, on his appointment as a Knight Bachelor, for his services to International Business, Inclusion and Skills.
The Company enjoyed an excellent evening at the Mansion House on the 29th of October, celebrating its Annual Banquet with the generous permission of the Lord Mayor, Alderman Peter Estlin – who joined the Company with the Lady Mayoress, Lindy Estlin. The Master and Wardens hosted ten visiting Masters from the following Companies: Wax Chandlers, Armourers and Brasiers, Turners, Paviors, Chartered Surveyors, Marketors, Constructors, Educators, Parish Clerks and the Livery Company of Wales.
The annual Awards Ceremony and Dinner of the Engineers Trust took place on Thursday 5tth September at the IET’s impressive London Headquarters, 2 Savoy Place, overlooking the River Thames. The occasion recognised outstanding engineers and inspiring achievement. Nineteen award winners were presented with medals, certificates and in some cases cheques, celebrating their achievements. Three members from the Bombardier team that were announced as the winners of the 50th MacRobert Award (the premier prize for UK innovation in engineering) in July, came over from Northern Ireland. Full details of the awards and their winners will be published on the Engineers Trust website shortly.