Bellingham engineer achieves elite status

Timothy Brownbridge, of Bellingham, has been awarded the Fellowship of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), the highest grade of membership at the organisation and a benchmark for those practising within the field

A civil engineer from Northumberland has achieved a top level accolade within his profession.

Timothy Brownbridge, of Bellingham, has been awarded the Fellowship of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), the highest grade of membership at the organisation and a benchmark for those practising within the field.

Brownbridge, a vocational training centre manager for national civil engineering contractor BAM Nuttall Ltd, said: ”Becoming a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers is my greatest achievement in my career to date.

“Fellowship represents peer recognition of professionalism, integrity and achievement while making a significant contribution to both the civil engineering profession and the construction industry.

I am overwhelmed by the encouragement and support I have received to achieve this.”

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