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14 MAY 2013
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) South East England has welcomed news that Chatham water front is to benefit from a £2.9 million investment to finance flood defences to protect land ear marked for economic regeneration.
Public affairs , Water
South East England
10 MAY 2013
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) London Region has called for a twin track approach to coping with future demands for aviation capacity following today’s publication of a report on aviation by the Transport Select Committee.
Public affairs , Transport
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has highlighted the need for a twin track approach to coping with future demands for aviation capacity following the publication of a report on aviation by the Transport Select Committee.
8 MAY 2013
Following the Queen's Speech setting out the government's legislative programme for the coming year, ICE has responded to three announcements on energy, water and high speed rail.
Energy , Environment & Sustainability , Public affairs , Transport , Water
29 APRIL 2013
Incoming President Geoff French is looking for six graduates to become his Apprentices to work alongside him during his Presidential year.
Membership information , Professional development , Public affairs
It’s always been ICE’s role to lead debate and to set standards in the industry. However, since our members operate in the built environment across the world and not just in the UK, we also need to become part of the global voice of infrastructure.
26 APRIL 2013
ICE’s latest Annual Report covering activity in 2012 is now available for members to view online.
Learning Legacy , Membership information , Public affairs
17 APRIL 2013
The North East needs to see investment in infrastructure to cope with changing environmental pressures, according to the President of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).
Associated society member , Member , Non-member
Energy , Environment & Sustainability , Municipal engineering , Public affairs , Structures and buildings , Transport , Water
12 APRIL 2013
Today's publication of UK construction output figures for February showed a 9% decrease on 2012 levels, the fifth month of contraction in a row.
Public affairs , Structures and buildings
28 MARCH 2013
A new campaign to promote civil engineering was launched in southern England on Monday 25th March.
27 MARCH 2013
One of ICE’s roles is to highlight how important infrastructure is to our world and to raise the profile of civil engineers.
Energy , Environment & Sustainability , Municipal engineering , Public affairs , Structures and buildings , Transport
20 MARCH 2013
While ICE welcomes the £3bn per year boost in infrastructure, we need real, visible progress of the National Infrastructure Plan and fewer re-announcements.
Energy , Environment & Sustainability , Public affairs , Transport
18 MARCH 2013
The first Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering was awarded to five pioneers of the internet and world wide web at a ceremony at the Royal Academy of Engineering today.
Awards & competitions , Education , Environment & Sustainability , Information systems , Innovation and research , Public affairs
26 FEBRUARY 2013
Government must use the upcoming budget to move the National Infrastructure Plan (NIP) from a rhetorical commitment to a programme of work that can deliver wide benefits in both the short and long term, ICE has said in its budget submission.
Energy , Public affairs , Transport , Water
21 FEBRUARY 2013
ICE Scotland has launched an innovative campaign; This is Civil Engineering, to build public awareness of how civil engineering projects have shaped our daily lives.
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