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A series of lectures on unique civil engineering assets in Calcutta, their current status, renewal, and future efforts.
This webinar explores the power of place making to improve health and happiness and to create flourishing. socially productive places.
The webinar will focus on the efforts that underpinned this highly rapid development of a vaccine against a previously unknown pathogen, ...
Join ICE President, Rachel Skinner, at the launch of her virtual visit to the West Midlands where she discusses the Net Zero Carbon chall...
This event will be hosted by past ICE President Dr Jean Venables CBE FREng FICE to celebrate the achievements of two unique career T...
An overview of asset management and introduce the Institute of Asset Management’s Conceptual Model.
The John Mitchell award was instituted in 2008 in memory of the prominent geotechnical engineer John Mitchell of Arup, who was killed whi...
This is an opportunity for ICE West Midlands Graduates, Students, Apprentices and Technicians to pose questions directly to Rachel Skinne...
Build your confidence levels and ensure you use assertiveness and confidence skills to best effect.