Tom Haslam becomes incorporated

Tom Haslam becomes incorporated

Tom Haslam, one of our Traffic Engineers, has recently gained incorporated status and is now an Incorporated Engineer under the Chartered Institute of Highways and Transport. To achieve this, you require a high level of skill and knowledge that sets you apart from many members of the profession. The distinction demonstrates your commitment to professional standards and provides opportunity to involve yourself with the wider engineering community in a way that helps set the course for the future of the industry.

Tom has over six years’ experience in transport planning having worked in both private and public sectors, local authorities and consultancies. He has extensive experience in Highways Development having worked on several developer schemes from planning to completion. His roles have included planning reviews, highway design, agreement negotiation, design approvals and site supervision. This has provided him with detailed knowledge of the planning and development process.

He said: “The professional review process gave me the opportunity to appreciate the array of experience I have obtained whilst at Project Centre. In addition, the company’s support during my professional review preparation made me much more comfortable and confident, the mock interview was particularly useful. I also completed my BEng in Civil and Environmental Engineering earlier this year which Project Centre supported and which I managed to obtain a first in.”

Project Centre offers inhouse support and mentoring during the review process and we were delighted to help Tom in his journey to becoming incorporated. A huge congratulations to him for this achievement and we can’t wait to see where this takes him within our company.