Paul Everall awarded honorary affiliate membership of CIC
Posted: 15th November 2004
CIC has awarded honorary affiliate membership to Paul Everall. This is to mark his pending retirement and in recognition of CIC ’s long term relationship with him over Building Regulation matters. He was closely involved with the setting up of the Approved Inspector Register and subsequently in the setting up and running of the Building Control Performance Advisory Group. Paul has had continuous involvement with CIC since our early days.
Paul Everall graduated with first class honours in civil engineering at the University of Cambridge in 1966. The early part of his career was spent undertaking traffic research at the Transport and Road Research Laboratory. He joined the Department of the Environment in 1974, and became Head of the Buildings Division of what is now the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister in October 1991. He has previously headed Divisions responsible for new towns, planning control over mineral working, and housing renewal policy.
In his current post, Paul is responsible for all aspects of policy on building control, housing warranties and the implementation of the Construction Products Directive in the UK . He sits on a number of national and international committees and is Head of Profession for architects and engineers in ODPM.
Paul is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building and a Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers. He received the Peter Stone Award from the Association of Building Engineers in 1997 for services to building engineering, and was awarded honorary fellowships of the Institute of Building Control in 1999, the Association of Building Engineers in 2000, and the Architecture and Surveying Institute in 2002. In 2004 he was made an Honorary Member of the London District Surveyors Association and recently became an honorary Affiliate Member of the Construction Industry Council.
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