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He’s a jolly good Fellow

Professor David Toll, chairman of ICE North East (front right), presenting Daniel House with his certificate of Fellowship. Picture by Neil Denham.

Professor David Toll, chairman of ICE North East (front right), presenting Daniel House with his certificate of Fellowship. Picture by Neil Denham.

A Morpeth civil engineer has helped a group reach a significant milestone.

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) North East has reached a membership milestone with the 100th Fellow being confirmed in the region.

And it was Daniel House who helped reach the mark, the highest and most senior grade of ICE membership.

The 47-year-old, who previously worked at Northumberland County Council, has been at ARUP for six years working on projects worldwide, including last year’s Olympic Games.

Daniel said: “I am delighted and proud to have achieved the grade of Fellow, which is beyond what I expected to achieve in my career.

“After working as a technician before my university studies, my ambition was always to become a chartered engineer, so I am thrilled to have surpassed this goal.”

Professor David Toll, chairman of ICE North East, said: “Daniel’s elevation is richly deserved, as demonstrated by his exemplary career in civil engineering working in positions of responsibility on projects of national and international significance.”

 

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