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2 MARCH 2015
Developing a new standard for high performing underground assets
BIM , Geospatial engineering , Ground engineering , Industry initiatives , Information systems , Municipal engineering , Public affairs
The Communications Competition is open to graduate and student members of ICE and allows you to test your communication skills in front of an audience.
Awards & competitions
With sustainability enshrined in its constitution, why is Wales not already powering ahead of other nations in the UK? And if it is to fulfil its potential, what will be the likely causes and effects of the energy revolution?
"Collectively we are stronger - engineers generating collaborative solutions to strengthen community resilience post-disaster"
Increasing risk is a dominant theme of the 21st century.
ICE's 10th Brunel International Lecture proposes that engineers are well placed to act as leaders of change to meet this challenge. Innovative forms of collaborative thinking and action are required to mitigate, prepare for and respond to crisis.
Ground engineering , International Development , Structures and buildings
3 MARCH 2015
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.
Are you unsure about the professional qualifications available?
Do you have out-of-the-ordinary academic qualifications?
Would you appreciate advice on how to work towards the Professional Review attributes in your present job (maybe whilst not in a mainstream civil engineering job)?
Do you want to know about Fellowship, the Benevolent Fund, the Retired Members’ section, any of the committees or the Specialist Registers?
We have arranged a Membership Surgery to give people who would not normally be visited by a Membership Development Officer (MDO) an opportunity to receive advice on a one-to-one basis.
Member , Non-member
Membership information , Professional development
London , South East England
These forums are open to all those involved in the training of civil engineers, so DEs and training officers are most welcome.
Technicians play a fundamental role in civil engineering. Professional qualification provides industry recognition and bolsters career achievements.
This webinar is an introduction to Technician Membership, providing guidance on the requirements and how to approach your application for this level of ICE membership.
East Midlands , East Of England , London , North East , North West , Northern Ireland , Scotland , South East England , South West , Wales , West Midlands , Yorkshire and Humber
This talk will address the issues surrounding the surge tide flooding of Seal Sands in 2013 which required an RAF Chinook helicopter to be deployed to unload giant sandbags on the flooded area.
Associated society member , Member , Non-member
Maritime , Water
The winner of the 2015 Cooling Prize for a Geotechnical paper will be chosen this evening and there will be a special talk on "Communicating Earthquake Risk" during the judges' deliberations.
Awards & competitions , Ground engineering
South East England
Special Evening Meeting Featuring the 46th Cooling Prize Competition Final.
The evening will feature presentations by the Cooling Prize finalists and a special lecture by
'Do we talk enough about earthquake risk?'
ICE South Branch Geotechnical Group
Associated Societies , Ground engineering
The Garden Bridge
Dr Francis Archer
Lead Structural Engineer
Francis will describe the vision of the project, describing the bridge, the garden and the landings, showing how it fits into the busy city around it.
Associated Societies , Maritime
Everyone is an expert in transport: our experiences, coupled with a little opinion allow us all to know how ‘things could be better’. But of course transport is complicated, both in terms of supply and demand. And transport has significant impacts on those who live near to transport corridors or termini, and on the environment more widely, not least through the effect of carbon emissions on the climate over the long term.
Environment & Sustainability , Transport
Speaker: Andy Mason, Staffordshire County Council Highways Dept.
e A50 Growth Corridor projects are a multi-million pound Government investment in one of Staffordshire’s major trunk roads to cut congestion, address safety concerns, support local businesses and ultimately create more jobs and opportunities for Staffordshire people.
ICE Wales Cymru G&S Group Lecture on Student Research Presentations
Education , Energy , Environment & Sustainability , Ground engineering , Learning Legacy , Maritime , Membership information , Municipal engineering , Waste management , Water
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