We promote all grades of membership and support applicants through the process.
We promote an increase in member participation, both in their attendance at meetings and as volunteers active within ICE.
We organise regular events for our members including evening meetings and annual conference.
We promote and share ICE live events, recorded lectures or papers and reports, both online and in print for our members to access.
We communicate regularly with our members about events, the civil engineering profession, the Institution and other items of interest.
We aim to establish and maintain links with relevant groups and other institutions to strengthen the position of the ICE in the region and influence local decision making.
We will maintain links with local press and media with the aim of increasing media coverage for ICE locally
We promote the civil engineering profession to schools, colleges, universities and the wider community.
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Park Farm Hotel
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Jackson Civil Engineering
Online seminars to help you with your ICE membership. Click on the links below for more information and to book online.
Routes to Fellowship Webinar, 27 January.
Written Exercise Webinar, 10 February.
ICE East of England Yearbook 2014/15
The pdf of this year's yearbook, containing the planned ICE events for the East of England is now available to download.
The document also contains the meetings of other institutions and organisations in the region, which may be of interest, along with details of local branch committees and forthcoming ICE East of England competitions. Download your copy now (Revised October 2014).
A small number of hard copies is available for those who prefer. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request your copy.
Emerging Engineers Awards 2015 - Deadline Extended
This Competition is held every year to promote and reward excellence in the communication of civil engineering issues and ideas.
We invite our graduate and student members to submit papers on any topic related to civil engineering.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the winners and the overall regional winner will be considered for a place in the national final which will take place in London later in 2015.
Visit the webpage for full details or send a 400 word synopsis and entry form to email@example.com by 19 December 2014.
Communications Competition 2015
The competition is open to teams of current ICE Graduate and Student members with up 7 years industry experience.
The East of England competition can accommodate a maximum of five teams, so early application is essential. Entries will be on a first-come-first-served basis.
Visit the webpage for full details or express an interest in taking part by emailing Roger Chantrelle (ICE MDO).