8 January 2014
WYG is delighted to announce that 3 of our engineering team colleagues; Babak Soltanahmadi, Ed Prior and Matthew Brayfield, have gained recognition by the Engineering Council as Chartered Engineers through the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) and the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
At WYG we value our people and feel proud when they strive to achieve professional qualifications such as this.
Babak Soltanahmadi, based in our London office said: ‘It feels amazing to be successful in the process and finally be a Chartered Engineer with the CIBSE. It’s given me a huge boost in confidence in my day to day role as an engineer and most certainly worth all the hard work.’ He added: ‘I am proud that I have continued to learn and develop since leaving University and now have recognition and credit for the knowledge I've gained throughout my career. It is also good for WYG as this will definitely add confidence to our clients on the quality of work that we offer.’
Ed Prior, over in Leeds said: ‘It’s been difficult spending evenings and weekends going through the (CIBSE) Chartership process and undertaking academic training however I’m sure the benefits will be worth it. I’ve received a lot of support from colleagues throughout the process and I would like to thank them for their advice and assistance. There are a couple of other Engineers that have also recently gained Chartership and I would like to congratulate them. It’s great to see the Engineering team strengthened, particularly as we can see an end to the difficult times of the last few years.’
Matthew Brayfield also based in the Leeds office said: ‘I am delighted to have attained my professional qualification and I would like to thank everybody who has supported my training and development as I have been working towards this objective. I look forward to continuing to build my knowledge and skills as a Chartered Civil Engineer and to supporting others in their progression to this achievement’
Many congratulations to Matthew, Ed and Babak!