Meet our Incorporated Engineers (IEng)

Our members work within and take the lead in organisations across a wide range of engineering sectors.

  • Richard Passmore EngTech IEng MIMechE

    Richard Passmore IEng MIMechE

    Richard Passmore, Plant Engineer with Tata Steel UK, believes that the best approach in engineering is, show you have sound academic and theoretical knowledge; an approach he used in his journey to professional registration.

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    Ben Welton IEng MIMechE

    Ben Welton, a mechanical engineer with Gilbert Gilkes and Gordon Ltd, believes that professional registration is something employers and customers value highly.

  • Jake Fletcher IEng MIMechE

    Jake Fletcher is a Design Engineer with Whale Tankers Ltd., who now acts as a mentor for others applying for the IEng status within the company. 

  • Derek Hamilton EngTech IEng MIMechE

    Derek Hamilton IEng MIMechE

    Derek Hamilton is a Track Maintenance Engineer with Network Rail. He has found being professionally recognised allows him to network more and expand his knowledge in an interesting environment.

  • James Dargie 280

    James Dargie Eng MIMechE

    James Dargie, Mechanical Engineer (Rotating Equipment) with Repsol Sinopec Resources UK Ltd., provides day to day support for all rotating equipment maintenance activities as well as identifying and implementing equipment reliability improvements. 

  • Katja Srbljanin EngTech IEng MIMechE

    Katjia Srbljanin IEng MIMechE

    Katjia Srbljanin is a Service Engineer for Siemens, working in the Aero-derivative Gas Turbines (AGT) sector. She believes working through the professional membership ladder gives individuals a vision to achieve; to be the best engineer they can be, broadening academic knowledge, applying your abilities to more advanced projects.

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    Meet our Members

    Find out more about members of IMechE and how professional registration helps their careers