George Town, Grand Cayman, May 19, 2021 - Cayman Society of Architects, Surveyors & Engineers is pleased to be hosting its annual Fellowship Awards ceremony to be held on Thursday, May 20, 2021 in the Colonial Room at the Grand Old House at 6:00 pm.
Cancelled in 2020 due to Covid, CASE is pleased to resume this important local tradition and will bestow three accomplished leaders with Fellowship Awards at the ceremony. Having contributed to Cayman considerable and longstanding technical and community stewardship, the careers of these leaders will be celebrated.
Cameron Peter Graham
President, Development Delivery and Infrastructure Dart
Cameron is an executive in the construction/development industry in Cayman with 34 years experience in management with responsibility for delivering large, complex, high-profile projects across Hospitality, Commercial, Transportation, Industrial, Civic and Residential market sectors.
Hi current focus is providing a solution to the solid waste challenge in Cayman.
Cameron’s notable projects include office & residential developments at Camana Bay, a major refurbishment at The Ritz- Carlton Grand Cayman, the Airport Connector Road, and Hotel Indigo.
John Harvey, P.Eng., Ph.D.
Corporate Director, Philanthropist, Educator
John has enjoyed a long and distinguished career concentrating in the energy sector. He has had several senior posts in the UK, Quebec and Ontario. After a series of appointments as Director, CEO and President of various medium-sized technological and computing companies serving the oil and gas industry, he began a career as independent consultant, specializing in technology implementation, business reorganization and management training.
In 2004 John came to Cayman as a Senior Lecturer in Management at UCCI. Following Ivan, he served the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service at Gold Command. Back into the technical sector, John continued to advise local companies, finally joining National Concrete as General Manager.
Samuel Marcus Menzies Small
Contractor, Engineer, Community Leader
Formally in leadership roles with two construction firms, Samuel left in 2004 to set up his own business, Small Engineering, a general contracting firm. After Ivan, he started his consulting engineering firm SEL Consulting, a consulting engineering firm. Over the past 17 years he has worked on a wide range of projects, from continuing with the petroleum firms, to small works and one of the dolphin parks, structural repairs and even a part time building inspector after extreme weather events.
In addition to CASE, which has benefited from Samuels efforts for many years, he has contributed his expertise with several prominent groups in both Cayman and in the UK.
For more information, please contact Dave Johnston, CASE President, 345-525-8051