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The home of infrastructure

With 97,000 members worldwide, the ICE exists to improve lives by ensuring the world has the engineering capacity and infrastructure systems it needs to enable our planet and our people to thrive.

Institution of Civil Engineers. The home of infrastructure
What role can construction contracts play in fighting climate change?

What role can construction contracts play in fighting climate change?

ICE director general, Dr Janet Young, is chairing a session on how contracts can be used to improve sustainability in the sector.

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Nature- and people-positive

Nature- and people-positive

How can civil engineers deliver infrastructure solutions that enable people and the planet to thrive? ICE President Prof Anusha Shah explores the question.

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What is gender-blind infrastructure and what can we do about it?

What is gender-blind infrastructure and what can we do about it?

A look at how engineers can help enhance the lives of women, who miss out on opportunities just because the world isn't built with their needs in mind. 

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There are many ways you can help shape the future of civil engineering. Discover how you can get involved in a range of exciting opportunities.

Upcoming events

  • Fully booked
    Cyberport Lead
    Type
    Networking

    HKA G&S: site visit to Cyberport expansion project

    The ICE HKA Graduates and Students Division will be visiting the Cyberport expansion project. Participants will be introduced to how the contractor deploys digital solutions to manage the construction site.

  • CKR Site Visit Lead
    Type
    Networking

    HKA technical visit: Central Kowloon Route – Yau Ma Tei East

    The event will allow participants to visit the project of Central Kowloon Route, which is one of the major transportation infrastructure.

  • Revised start time
    Forth And Clyde Boat Lead
    Type
    Networking

    Forth and Clyde Canal trip

    To mark the 300th anniversary of the birth of John Smeaton, the Panel for Historical Engineering Works (PHEW) have organised a boat trip on his Forth and Clyde Canal.

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