Congratulations to our own Levent Dogan for achieving Chartered Engineer with the Chartered Institute for Highways and Transportation!
If anybody says that achieving CEng is easy I can testify that they are wrong. Levent’s supporting information was a mighty tome that put the Encyclopaedia Britannica to shame! As an organisation Geo-Environmental is pleased to support its staff’s professional progression, it is a “win-win” for our staff, the Company and our clients. There are a number of other staff going through the process of becoming Chartered and we look forward to many more posts like this in the future. (Mike Brown – GESL Commercial Director)
About the Chartered Institute for Highways and Transportation:
CIHT offer routes to qualifications including Chartered Engineer, Incorporated Engineer and Engineering Technician, the SoRSA Certificate of Competency and Transport Planning Professional.
CIHT is the leading voice of the highways and transportation infrastructure profession. We are the prime source of advice for national and local government and other strategic stakeholders when they are seeking technical expertise and knowledge to guide future policy and investment.
Our membership is growing, and as an Institution, we embrace all aspects of transport infrastructure while continuing to value our roots in highway engineering.
The Institution is the natural home for all people working in transport infrastructure who are seeking education, professional qualifications, technical guidance and networking in a welcoming environment. (Source: https://www.ciht.org.uk/about-us/)