Walters Director, Nick Rolfe, awarded Fellowship of the Institution of Civil Engineers
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Nick Rolfe FICE, Walters Contract Director, has been awarded Fellowship of the Institution of Civil Engineers (FICE). Fellowship is the highest grade of membership awarded by the ICE institution and is for civil engineers who”ve made a significant contribution to the profession and who have adhered to the industry”s highest standards.

Nick has a proven track record as a highly experienced civil engineering professional who has managed many major multi million pound projects throughout his 12 years at Walters.

Membership of professional institutions is encouraged by the Walters Group and Nick”s Fellowship designation will act as a professional standard  for future Fellows to aim for as they progress through our training structure.

Keith Jones FICE, Director Cyfarwyddwr ICE Wales Cymru said “I am delighted that Nick has achieved his ICE Fellowship, it represents peer recognition of contribution to the innovation, skills and excellence surrounding this great profession of Civil Engineering, it is an honour that is recognised around the world.

ICE Fellows are role models to the next and future generations of civil engineers; I look forward to welcoming future Fellows from Walters.”

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