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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.
How the UK's newest nuclear new build is beating records and boosting STEM.
Alan Williams, ICE Merseyside Chair and Rebecca King, School Engagement and Outreach Lead, brought inclusive family fun sessions to families across Liverpool, in the world-famous Central Library.
Professor Steve Denton received the International Medal at the ICE Awards this year, for his outstanding contribution to engineering. He explains why having international design standards are so uniquely important to the industry.
Katherine Bright, ICE South West Senior Vice Chair and Director, Transportation at WSP, calls for feedback from stakeholders who were recently given an opportunity to comment on the region's transport plans.
All about this year's International Medal winner at the ICE Awards, Sir Gordon Wu.
Grant Bellis, a graduate member of ICE, gives his experience of taking part in the ICE’s Pitch 200 event this year.
A passion for mentoring researchers is just one of the reasons why Professor Alistair Borthwick was recognised for his contribution to civil engineering at this year’s Read more
Giedre Jurkonyte, ICE National Council Member and ICE Benevolent Fund Trustee explains why she's encouraging her colleagues and peers to talk openly about their mental health on World Mental Health Day (10 October).
Jeremiah Fahy, who recently started a master's while working, wants to talk about the benefit of part-time study and how it can reignite the passion for civil engineering.
Globally people are living longer, more urban and more digitally connected lives than ever before. But these changes aren't necessarily resulting in improved health and wellbeing for all.
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.
Explore our disciplines and resources section