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All posts (143):

  • ICE has been supporting apprentices though a difficult year in their development

    Apprenticeships – adapting during the pandemic

    • Author: Richard Davis
    • Date: 02 December, 2020

    Following ICE’s Annual Apprenticeship Conference, Richard Davis, ICE’s Apprenticeship Manager, talks about how employers and ICE have been supporting apprentices through what has been a difficult year for their development.

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  • Innovate to improve - we want your big idea!

    Innovate to improve! What’s your big idea?

    • Author: Andrew Panos
    • Date: 19 November, 2020

    We want your ideas on how civil engineers can innovate for our latest series of blogs!

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  • How construction workers can move forward post-Covid

    Coping with Covid – How the construction industry can move forward

    • Author: Jack Tregartha, Eng Tech MICE
    • Date: 06 November, 2020

    In our latest in a series of blogs looking at how engineers have adapted to the global pandemic, civil engineer Jack Tregartha looks at the challenges to…

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  • Lockdown highlighted the need for suitable investment in road safety for cyclists and pedestrians.

    Gearing up for road safety

    • Author: Hannah Clark
    • Date: 28 October, 2020

    In the latest in our ‘Coping with lockdown’ series of blogs, Transport Planning Officer Hannah Clark explains how lockdown has highlighted the need for suitable investment in road safety for cyclists and pedestrians.

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  • Mark Antony Santiago outside a construction project in Doha

    Coping with lockdown – An expat’s view

    • Author: Mark Anthony Santiago
    • Date: 20 October, 2020

    In the latest in our ‘Coping with lockdown’ series of blogs, expat civil engineer Mark anthony Santiago describes what it’s like working in a foreign country, separated from friends and family while trying to focus on a…

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  • ICE Council member Yan Zhou

    From surviving to thriving

    • Author: Yan Zhou CEng FICE MHKIE
    • Date: 14 October, 2020

    In the latest in our 'Coping with lockdown' blogs, ICE Council member Yan Zhou says mental health and wellbeing must be prioritised in the Covid-19 crisis.

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  • Anna Preston CEng MICE describes the challenges she faces every day

    The challenges of being “different”

    • Author: Anna Preston CEng MICE
    • Date: 12 October, 2020

    In the latest in our ‘Coping with lockdown’ series of blogs, chartered engineer Anna Preston, who is autistic, describes the challenges she faces every day.

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  • International student Hoong Hao Yap

    Working from Home: An International Student’s Perspective

    • Author: Hoong Hao Yap
    • Date: 07 October, 2020

    In the first of our blogs on coping with lockdown, Malaysian engineering student Hoong Hao Yap describes how he adjusted to the disruption in his studies caused…

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  • 5 steps towards a successful construction project

    Five steps towards a successful construction project

    • Author: Jack Tregartha, Eng Tech MICE
    • Date: 02 October, 2020

    Based on his own experiences of construction projects, civil engineer Jack Tregartha outlines the five fundamental steps to project success.

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  • ICE President Paul Sheffield

    Our infrastructure networks require a long-term strategy

    • Author: Paul Sheffield
    • Date: 28 September, 2020

    In his latest blog ICE President, Paul Sheffield recounts the discussion as he gave evidence to the Treasury Select Committee last week regarding the Government’s long-term plans for infrastructure.

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