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ICE has a very active community, helping to raise the profile of civil engineering more widely.
Here, you can read all about the rewarding, creative work that members are doing around the world.
Is there anyone who's never asked "How does that work?" Emma Watkins, ICE President's Future Leader 2018/19, believes there's an engineer hiding inside every person.
Arup engineer Stephen Thompson won the 2019 James Rennie Medal for his report on The Ocado Project. He tells us how the experience gave him the confidence to make his voice heard.
Josie Rothera explains why industry needs to focus on lifelong learning, engagement and diversity to tackle the skills gap.
This year’s Big Bang Fair is welcoming 8,500 children to Liverpool and Joanna Bateman, ICE North West Education Rep and Graduate Highways Engineer…
Ludmila Johnston, an active member of ICE Scotland's Municipal Group, tells us how being a woman and a mum didn't stop her from becoming a civil engineer, and encourages other young women to pursue the career, too.
As we approach International Women in Engineering Day on 23 June, Bechtel's Linda Miller challenges all engineers to call out bias in the industry.
ICE Graduate Member and Buro Happold engineer Nii Amanor Dodoo-Amoo tells us about his rewarding trip to build a bridge connecting an isolated village in Rwanda, and why he feels engineers have a responsibility to society.
Charis Fowler, an Environmental Practices Adviser for the National Trust based at Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, tells us about her work to lessen the environmental impact of England's historic buildings.
Following the Greater Manchester Skills Summit 2019 this month, we hear from ICE graduate member Vakass Khaliq about his discovery of civil engineering and why he’s on a personal mission to attract the civil engineers of…
Will Lavelle, a graduate Structural Engineer at Atkins and keen STEM Ambassador, looks back on a series of successful events he helped run across the company’s UK offices.
Our civil engineering disciplines contain a wealth of material on civil engineering, from case studies and best practice, to interesting books, policy documents and recorded lectures.
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