Andrew Wyllie Appointed Vice President Of ICE
24 April 2015
Costain Chief Executive, Andrew Wyllie CBE, has been appointed a Vice President of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), replacing Sir John Armitt, a former Costain CEO, who will succeed Professor David Balmforth as President.
Andrew will begin office in November, joining existing Vice Presidents Tim Broyd, Professor Robert Mair, Keith Clarke, Adrian Coy, Stephen Fox and Zara Lamont.
The ICE Council elects Vice Presidents annually based on recommendations from a Selection Panel comprising the President, Senior Vice President and the two Vice Presidents, the two Vice Presidents who have been nominated as future Presidential candidates, and the five Council member representatives on the Executive Board.
A Chartered Engineer, Andrew is also a Fellow of ICE, the Royal Academy of Engineering and the Institute of Directors. He is also a member of the CBI Construction Council and a Companion of the Chartered Management Institute. Andrew received a CBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List for services to construction and engineering.
Prior to taking up his role as Chief Executive of Costain in 2005, Andrew worked for Taylor Woodrow where he was Managing Director of its construction business, as well as a member of the Group Executive Committee.
Commenting on his appointment, Andrew said: “I am delighted to be taking up the role as Vice President. I look forward to contributing to the great work the Institution does in promoting our industry and developing young talent.”
Costain Communications Department