Tommy Morey is a Chartered Structural Engineer, a Chartered Engineer with Engineers Ireland and a Registered Consulting Engineer with the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland. Tommy has over twelve years' experience as a senior civil and structural engineer having joined Garland in 2006, following his graduation with a first class honours degree from the National University of Ireland Galway. Tommy is an Associate with Garland and is based in their Limerick office. Tommy is experienced in a wide range of sectors, including residential, industrial, educational and commercial projects, on greenfield, brownfield and heritage sites. Tommy is an active member of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland being a member of the associations CPD committee. Tommy is also a member of EFCA's Young Professionals steering committee.
Hannah Neve is YP coordinator of the European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations (EFCA). In her capacity as YP coordinator, Hannah is responsible for the management of all Young Professionals related matters. She coordinates the steering committee of the EFCA Young Professionals and assists them in organizing the annual YP day during the conference.
Hannah is a final year student at the Free University of Brussels where she specializes in Tax Law.
Milla is a 25-years-old woman from Finland. She has been working as a bridge designer in Destia ltd for almost three years. She graduated as a Master of Science degree from Tampere University of Technology at the end of the year 2017. In her MSc thesis she evaluated the residual lifetime of road bridges through simulation.
Aoife Ní Rathaille is the Environment Lead of Dublin City Council's Smart City Program. Aoife works on environmental projects, such as pilots on Smart Mobility Hubs, Last Mile Delivery and Bathing Water Quality. Aoife was involved in showcasing the first autonomous vehicle in Dublin. Aoife holds a Ph.D. in Biological Oceanography from NUI Galway, and spent most of the 10 years between 2007 and 2017 living in 5 different countries on 4 different continents. During this period, Aoife primarily spent her time in the education sector, including in-situ environmental education and marine conservation projects.
Aoife Ní Rathaille
Caroline is a Chartered Engineer with 20 years’ post graduate experience and has worked on a diverse range of civil engineering projects in both the public and private sector. Caroline has experience in both design and construction of transportation, water and wastewater projects and on a number of the construction stage projects has also fulfilled a Public Liaison Officer role, most recently on a €6M waste remediation project. She has been employed by Meath County Council since 2008, initially on a water network project and since 2012 in the Environment Section where she leads the Waste Enforcement Team. She is actively involved in Eastern and Midlands Waste Region and sits on a number of waste, environmental and climate action committees. In addition to enforcement activities Caroline is currently working on delivery of the Climate Action Strategy for County Meath and implementation of same, this remit includes stakeholder and citizen engagement to promote climate action activities and behavioural change, an extensive social media campaign to promote positive climate action is ongoing. Caroline is also involved in promoting a climate action culture in Meath County Council to ensure climate resilience for projects, business and services.
Caroline is a strong supporter and promoter of women in engineering and STEM and regularly volunteers with Engineers Ireland STEPS programme. She is also involved with the Continuing Professional Development (CPD) committee in Meath County Council and was part of the team involved in gaining Engineers Ireland CPD Accredited Employer Standard in 2018.