14 September 2015
We extend our congratulations to Clive Anderson, Global Head of Major Projects, who received his Fellowship of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) at the formal award ceremony on 4th September. His career at WYG spans 25 years, with thirteen as a company director. During this time, Clive has been instrumental in the successful delivery of a multitude of projects and ambitious international programmes in defence, fragile state stabilisation, energy and infrastructure and urban development.
Fellowship is the highest grade of ICE membership and is for senior civil engineers who have made a significant contribution to the civil engineering profession or have advanced the practice of engineering. Fellows can use the post nominal letters FICE.
Clive commented: “I am very grateful for this acknowledgement in recognition of my career development and achievements at WYG. It is extremely rewarding to see my professionalism and integrity valued by my peers at the ICE.”
When asked about his personal career highlights, Clive added: “Establishing the Company’s Major Projects Unit (MPU) over recent years probably counts among them. The MPU undertakes the successful delivery of the largest and highest risk global projects undertaken by WYG. These projects seek to make a positive impact on infrastructure, socio-economic growth and the environment throughout Europe, Asia and Africa. Over recent years I have led teams delivering military infrastructure in Afghanistan, security, justice and defence reform in Libya, nuclear new build in Poland and Army basing from Germany.”
The Major Projects Unit was set up in 2014 to increase involvement in projects of geo political scale, enhance the company’s agility and continue its growth momentum.