PUNCH’s Ger Neville Receives Honorary Fellowship from Engineers Ireland

At an award’s ceremony on Thursday 23rd April, Limerick Technical Director and long term employee Ger Neville was presented with an Honorary Fellowship by Regina Moran, President of Engineers Ireland.

With over 37 years experience at Punch, Ger has worked on a huge variety of projects varying in size and complexity. His vast knowledge of the building industry, coupled with his personal commitment to individual projects, has made Ger and enormous asset to both PUNCH and to our clients. His 37-year career to date has seen Ger having a major input to the sensitive repair and restoration of Protected Structures, such as St Patrick’s College, Maynooth University Campus and the major recent restoration of St Mels Cathedral, Longford to name but a few.

Engineers Ireland is the professional body for engineers in Ireland. Considered one of the oldest and largest professional bodies in Ireland, the organisation represents engineers in every discipline, providing knowledge, establishing and maintaining standards, providing opportunities, etc. The fellowship recognises very significant contributions to the field of engineering.

This is the first Honorary Fellowship to be awarded to a PUNCH engineer, and we are very proud that Ger has been singled out for this award.

Well done, Ger!

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