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1 SEPTEMBER 2014
Thomas Telford Training offer this one-day course in Glasgow
ICE Wales Cymru G&S Swansea Written Exercise Group - Introduction to the Professional Review and Technical Topic
Member , Non-member
ICE Oman will host an evening guest talk delivered by Mr. Carl Aleblad (Regional Manager Middle East for the brands Alvenius & Wastop)
Ground engineering , Municipal engineering
2 SEPTEMBER 2014
Escort: Wayne Bartley and/or Pat Holyoake – Project Managers at Lafarge
This event will explore how to go about creating the best written assignment possible for your ICE Professional Review. It will cover all aspects - from preparing the assignment to writing it, and how to meet the reviewer’s expectations.
In November 2011 the West Quay Harbour Wall in Bridgwater collapsed in spectacular almost biblical fashion. The swift and decisive emergency work to prevent the calamity getting worse and then, particularly, the 6 month major emergency stabilisation effort spawned a variety engineering innovations. The whole project has also been held up as a model of collaborative working, risk management, recycling, restoration and public engagement.
Historical engineering , Maritime , Structures and buildings
There are many methods for improving the capability and the capacity of ground to take load. The various methods are identified in this talk together with advice on what best to be used and where. GI methods can be used to improve ground to provide cost effective foundations when compared with Piling. This talk is a must for those who practice value engineering.
3 SEPTEMBER 2014
NEC course being held at ICE Scotland
Law and Contracts , Professional development
If you're an ICE member and either a Chartered Engineer (CEng) or Incorporated Engineer (IEng), with five years or more of management experience, you are eligible for CMI’s qualified route to becoming a Chartered Manager.
Membership surgeries are individual 45 minute consultations from 9.15am with Jane Bullivant or Ray Hulse, our Membership Development Officers.
Membership information , Professional development
A presentation will be given on the history of the £26-million scheme and the challenges of improving an historical bank that satisfies a range of interests, such as the Reservoirs Act 1975, environmental legislation, the local businesses, communities and residents.
This is a joint event with CIWEM.
*This event is fully booked but it is possible more spaces may be made available - please email email@example.com to be added to the reserve list*
Environment & Sustainability , Ground engineering , Health and safety , Historical engineering , Management , Structures and buildings , Water
East Of England
The aim of the Written Exercise Group is to promote good practice and prepare candidates for the written exercise element of the Professional Review.
In overcoming the technical challenges of oil production in the Arctic, are we making the most of a strategic resource or heading for an environmental and political minefield?
The vast Arctic region is probably the last remaining unexplored source of hydrocarbons on the planet.
Associated Societies , Maritime
George Sorocold - Derby’s Forgotten Engineer and Fritchley Tunnel and the Butterley Gangroad Lectures will be presented at the PHEW Panel AGM.
“George Sorocold - Derby’s Forgotten Engineer” will be presented by Paul Sharratt and Alan Gifford.
“Fritchley Tunnel and the Butterley Gangroad” will be presented by Trevor Griffin.
4 SEPTEMBER 2014
SCOTS has recently launched the National Roads Development Guide in Scotland. The document will cover all aspects of roads design including the design process, consents and technical standards.
Municipal engineering , Transport
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