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20 OCTOBER 2014
The North West Regional Support Team is holding an ongoing programme of membership surgeries for individuals who want to find out about routes to membership. If you want to know more about the application process, you can book an individual consultation with Membership Development Officer, Philippa Billings, who will be able to answer your questions and offer advice.
Membership information , Professional development
Have you recently been approved as an SCE? Have you been an SCE and would like a refresher? Are you up-to-date with the latest requirements? Are you a mentor or a Delegated Engineer and would like some training on ICE standards and processes?
This seminar is designed to provide the basic of ICE training, updates and discuss best practice.
Member , Non-member
London , South East England
This event is an opportunity to hear and see how innovation is important and relevant to civil engineering. It includes a talk by ICE Director General Nick Baveystock and tour of the unique testing facilities and some current projects being carried out at the BRE, Watford.
This event is now fully booked. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to join the reserve list.
Innovation and research , Structures and buildings
East Of England
The Heysham to M6 Link Road is one of Lancashire's top priority transport projects. The new road will complete the long awaited connection from the Heysham and Morecambe peninsula to Junction 34 of the M6, and will be a 4.8km dual carriageway with a footpath and cycleway along the entire route.
Technical insight into modern methods used in the extension of oil and gas field life
Get your Team of 5 together for a great evening and win some prizes
Awards & competitions
21 OCTOBER 2014
Site visit and briefing to Boulby Mine a 200-hectare (490-acre) site located just south-east of the village of Boulby, on the north-east coast of the North York Moors in Redcar and Cleveland.
Associated society member , Member , Non-member
A presentation that sets out the challenges to geotechnical engineers in designing next-generation landfill control and containment systems.
South East England
Northumberlandia is the world’s largest human form sculpted into the landscape, designed by the renowned landscape architect and artist Charles Jencks.
Geospatial engineering , Ground engineering
An ICE event joint with CIHT
Chaired by: Paul Unwin, CIHT West Midlands Branch Vice Chairman, Highways Agency
Graham Lennard and Paul Simkins, Birmingham City Council
Yvonne Gilligan, Regional Director, Sustrans
Phil Jones, Phil Jones Associates, transport planning and highway design expert
ICE Wales Cymru G&S Lecture Series 2014 - What is a construction contract?
Law and Contracts
Speaker David Dales (URS Project Director) will describe the Project Drivers, Design & Construction of this Unique Scheme on the Jurassic Coast.
Lyme Regis, in West Dorset, is on one of the most unstable and actively eroding stretches of coastline in the UK. Geology of Clays, Shales & Limestones of the Jurassic period combine with high water tables and toe erosion to cause a complex series of landslides and mudslides.
Environment & Sustainability , Ground engineering
Design development and project update
Speaker: Neil Kitching, Principal Engineer – CH2M Hill
A presentation on the challenges involved with the new bridges proposed to access the new University of Northampton Waterside campus.
Since October 2013, CH2M Hill have been working on the design of two new bridges as part of the new Waterside Campus for the University of Northampton. The road bridge spans some 60m over the River Nene and provides the primary access from Bedford Road to the new campus which will be constructed on the site of a disused old power station. The footbridge provides a critical link between Northampton town centre and Delapre Abbey and spans from Becketts Park across the River Nene to the new Waterside Campus.
Structures and buildings
22 OCTOBER 2014
This event introduces ICE’s ethics toolkit which assists civil engineers in identifying the ethical consequences of their work, enabling them to fulfil their professional duties to the public, the environment and to society.
Tour of Drax Power Station organised by the Retired Members' section (RICE).
Yorkshire and Humber
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