International Building Services Design Consultancy’s Associate Director becomes a Chartered Engineer
07 Feb 2023
Whitecode Consulting’s Associate Director, Dean Loizou, has achieved Chartered Engineer status (CEng) and is now professionally registered with the Engineering Council.
Dean was assessed for registration by the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) of which he is a member. According to the Engineering Council, as of 31st December 2021 (annual statistics for 2022 are produced at the end of Q1) there were 228,307 professionally registered engineers and technicians, of these 178,230 were Chartered. This means Dean joins a very select group of professionals who achieve this recognition.
According to the Engineering Council, Chartered Engineers develop solutions to engineering problems using new or existing technologies, deliver innovative products and services, and demonstrate creativity. Chartered Engineers may also have technical responsibility for complex engineering systems with significant levels of risk.
Dean said: “I am delighted to achieve my chartered status and have my professionalism acknowledged. To be recognised by my peers for my competence and commitment to society, the profession and the environment is incredible. I could not have achieved it without the support of everyone at Whitecode and for that I am truly grateful.”
Dean is also working hard to pass his knowledge onto the next generation of engineers through a mentoring programme at Whitecode. He said: “It is important that we encourage a new generation of engineers. Engineering is such a rewarding career, you never stop learning and no two days are ever the same.”
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