Kerry Evans

PG Cert, BSc (HONS), FCIHT, FIHE, FWES, CMILT, Eng Tech MICE

Kerry is the Principal Highways Lead at Eco-Scope Ltd and currently is the Operations Manager for a 40km section of the A55 in North Wales including the iconic Menai Suspension Bridge, a Grade I listed structure, completed in 1826.

Kerry is currently a Regional Council Member for the CIHT, having been the Chair for the Cymru Wales Region in 2015-2016. She is also the Chair of the ICE North Wales Branch and a Trustee of the Menai Bridge Community Heritage Trust. For many years she dedicated her free time to the Air Cadet Organisation as a committee member, a civilian instructor and a Commissioned Officer promoting education and STEM opportunities to young people between the ages of 13 and 20.

Kerry began her career at Mouchel Parkman in 2006 as a Graduate Engineer at the Impact Partnership in Rochdale, she has worked predominantly on highways schemes, though was fortunate to gain experience working on flood alleviation projects too at Natural Resources Wales. She recovered from Breast Cancer in 2010 and subsequently diagnosed with the BRCA 1 mutation and took the decision to carry out such measures that would reduce her risk of secondary cancer in the future. Following her near death experience from the cancer treatment, she firmly believes that “It is not what we do now for ourselves that is important, but what we leave behind when we are gone”