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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.
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.
Bryn Noble, a civil engineer at WSP and one of ICE President's Andrew Wyllie’s Future Leaders, is calling on all civil engineers help tackle a key part of our mental and social health.
Anna Doherty, a civil engineering student at Queen’s University Belfast, is currently doing an industry placement year with her QUEST sponsor Skanska on HS2 remedial works in London. Find out how she’s got on so far.
Only 40% of people in Sierra Leone have access to safe water. ICE Fellow Trudy Morgan tells us how engineers are tackling the challenge in the country.
Izabela Wdowinska, 36, tells her story of how the ICE Ben Fund supported her when she needed it most, and helped her turn her family's life around.
The demise of Wylfa Newydd is a loss for Wales, a setback for our national energy policy, and will lead to a brain drain.
ICE's international representative in Sierra Leone recently became the first female African ICE Fellow and is encouraging women and girls to become and remain engineers.
Hiba Khan, a hydraulic engineer, is one of the seven new ICE Invisible Superheroes helping to raise the profile of civil engineering and to promote the new Water From Source to Tap
Yan Zhou, a Divisional Director of Jacobs and the Honorary Secretary of ICE London, set himself a target to become a fellow before he was 40. He achieved his goal three years early. This is his inspirational story.
National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March 2019) is a useful reminder to the infrastructure industry of the valuable pipeline of future technicians and engineers, and the crucial role established civil engineers have to play as their mentors.
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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