ARUP has become the latest company to be recognised by IChemE as a Bronze Corporate Partner.
The global engineering firm is well known within the chemical engineering profession for its work in the water and waste management sectors.
Arup has been recognised for demonstrating a clear commitment to engineering professionalism following a recent move in which the company has agreed to meet the cost of IChemE membership fees for all eligible employees.
A certificate of recognition was presented at Arup’s office in Leeds, UK, where the team works closely with Yorkshire Water on capital schemes, infrastructure and environmental projects. IChemE’s deputy CEO Justin Blades presented the certificate to associate director Vincent Glancy.
Glancy, said: “As a Chartered engineer myself, I know that professional membership and registration is hugely valuable – particularly when you are still carving a career for yourself. I’m delighted to receive this recognition on behalf of Arup, and I look forward to developing our relationship with IChemE further.”
Arup is the latest company to be recognised by IChemE as a Bronze Corporate Partner, joining 16 others including Johnson Matthey and Syngenta.
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