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papers and articles, two books and has produced several scientific films. Since 2000, he has been Chief

Executive of The Society of Environmental Engineers and became Chairman of The Society for the Environment in 2011. Raymond Clark is a Freeman of

the City of London and a Liveryman of theWorshipful Company of Engineers.Hewas Master of TheWorshipful Company of Educators in 2010/2011. From2010 to 2016, hewas a

BoardMember of The Engineering Council and served on its Privy Council and Regulation Panel He is a Fellowof the Royal

Society ofMedicine andwas awarded the OBE in the 2005 Queen’s BirthdayHonours List.

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CEO HONOUR MICHAEL MANN BSc CEng FICE Hon.FSEE MOVING ON Continued from preceding page

Formore than 10 years,Michael Mann has been our Engineering Council liaison officer and has become a good friend of the Society. He has attended numerous E&Mmeetings and many PRI interviews. Mike has huge experience of

registration procedures and has helped us navigate thoughmany changes to the process over the years.Mike has always been very supportive of our introduction of JointMember related initiatives and helped enormously during our recentmoves. Mike had a hugely successful

career as a civil engineer, becoming the Construction Director (Midlands Region) of AlfredMcAlpine Construction. Throughout his career, he has always been very involvedwith the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), undertakingmany roles

including Chairman of the Midlands Region and Supervising Civil Engineer overseeing the development of civil engineering graduates on Company Training Agreements and Liaison Engineerwith undergraduates at Birmingham University. Liaison Officers (LOs) are

allocated across all the Licensed Members,maintaining close contactwith institutions as observers, on committees, at interviews or accreditation visits to ensure that they complywith Engineering Council registration regulations Now,Mike has been assigned

to another institution andwe are truly sorry to be losing him. In recognition of his great

 SEE President bids a fond farewell to Michael Mann, right

contribution to the SEE,Mike has beenmade an Honorary Fellow.


The first CEEES (Confederation of European Environmental Engineering Societies) Presidents Daywas held on the 4 July 2017 at the RoyalMilitary Academy in Brussels. The purpose of the daywas to

allowthe exchange of information on the current status and future direction of the individualNational Societies and to identify future roles for the CEEES. This uniquemeeting in the

CEEES calendar had been instigated by the current CEEES President, David Delaux, and organised by the CEEES secretariat, Patrycja Perrin. Themeeting includedmany of

the current Presidents of the CEEESNational Societies and many of the past Presidents of CEEES Themeeting startedwith short

opening addresses fromthe current CEEES President and past Presidents of the French and Belgian societies. After this, eachNational

Society represented gave a short 24 /// Environmental Engineering /// October 2017

talk on the status of their society andwhere it sawits future role. Themajority of these talkswere followed by a short question and answer session, allowing the remaining societies to establish a fuller understanding of each society’s future goals. At the end, David Delaux summarised the overall situation and aims. The Presidents Daywas

punctuated by two breaks for cocktails to allowthe current and past Presidents to exchange ideas and to get to knoweach other better. These breakswere also

attended by a number of Presidents’ partnerswho participated in a separate tour. After themeeting, the Presidents and their partners adjourned to the nearby restaurant LeMonde est Petit, for a Presidents Day dinner.

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