Mary Gillett becomes ICE Fellow
Divisional Director Mary Gillet has become a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers! Those with ICE Fellowship are engineering professionals who are prominent and successful members of the community. They have made major contributions to the industry and continue to make leaps and strides in developing the future of civil engineers.
With over 20 years’ experience in both the public and private sectors, Mary has provided leadership to multi-disciplinary technical and project management teams from inception, funding, design, procurement and construction of major highway and transportation schemes. Mary has also held senior local government roles, forging stakeholder and political relationships at the highest level. She has significant experience in the creation, management, governance and delivery of major capital highway programmes, securing funding through successful funding bids and third-party contributions.
With her impressive history of achievements, we are thrilled that Mary has been recognised for all her skill and leadership. There are approximately 200 women who have been recognised as ICE Fellows and so Mary joins an elite group of industry professionals who have been celebrated for their contributions. Well done to Mary, we can’t wait to see the connections she makes at the highest level of ICE membership.