We’re delighted to report that two NZGS members have been made Fellows of Engineering New Zealand. Fellowship is awarded to outstanding engineers who have been recognised as leaders by their peers, making a significant contribution to engineering.

Tony Fairclough (Tonkin + Taylor South Island Geotechnical Coordinator, and NZGS Immediate Past Chair) and Grant Lovell (Tonkin + Taylor Sector Director – Land) are fantastic representatives of the geotechnical community.

You can see the full ENZ announcement here: https://www.engineeringnz.org/news-insights/2020-fellows-announced/

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