The ICE Scotland works to promote and celebrate the outstanding work of our members. The new ICE Scotland Awards showcase the excellence of our community, the impact they have on society, and celebrate their achievements.
ICE Scotland supports and represents members living and working in the region.
It shares knowledge, influences public infrastructure policy, and encourages innovation and excellence in the civil engineering profession.
ICE Scotland also aims to raise the profile of civil engineering by working with the media, schools and universities.
Find out more about ICE's work in Scotland, including local events, competitions and awards, the latest civil engineering news, and how you can get more involved.
Aimed at students, this series of eight webinars which runs until May 2024 will enable you to learn about professional life from recent graduates from across the industry.
Join this session supporting women on their journey towards Fellowship. High-profile panel members will present from ICE headquarters in London.
Thinking of applying for Fellowship or currently working on your application? Join us for this online workshop to connect other prospective Fellows and find out more about and how to apply for ICE Fellowship, our highest grade of membership.
The award encourages and rewards the communication of civil engineering ideas, research and best practice in projects and design.
The National Botanic Garden of Wales is the latest stop for the ICE’s Time Is Running Out exhibition.
Our professional qualification training is here to help you, from advice surgeries to courses in passing your Professional Review.
This workshop is for experienced engineers wishing to prepare and submit their Career Appraisal, success at which will enable their application for the Professional Review.
This event will provide guidance on how to communicate well within a series of industry-specific themes or contexts. Open to everyone, this may be particularly useful to those preparing for their CEng professional review.
ICE briefing required for approval to act as a Supervising Civil Engineer, or as a Mentor for Mentor Supported Training. This is also a useful refresher for those already in the roles and is helpful for DEs in fulfilling their role.
We have a wide range of materials and information to help you learn, develop, and study
The ICE created seven Knowledge Networks that span the breadth of its strategic themes, where members and infrastructure experts help develop world-class insight and guidance. Knowledge Network members identify and contribute to the institution's activity, including knowledge, insights, policy and public affairs.