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The home of infrastructure

With 97,000 members worldwide, the ICE exists to improve lives by ensuring the world has the engineering capacity and infrastructure systems it needs to enable our planet and our people to thrive.

Institution of Civil Engineers. The home of infrastructure
'Day 1' infrastructure priorities for the next UK Parliament

'Day 1' infrastructure priorities for the next UK Parliament

With a UK general election coming up, the next government must make bold decisions to speed up net zero delivery.

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Nature- and people-positive

Nature- and people-positive

How can civil engineers deliver infrastructure solutions that enable people and the planet to thrive? ICE President Prof Anusha Shah explores the question.

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What do future civil engineers want to know about the industry?

What do future civil engineers want to know about the industry?

Mo Kamara shares the questions he often gets asked when delivering career guidance at schools and universities.

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    ICE HK Anniversary Dinner Lead
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    Networking

    HKA AGM and 25th anniversary dinner

    We would like to cordially invite you to join this highlight of our anniversary celebration events and meet with our members and friends of ICE. 

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    Webinar

    Mental health for managers

    This masterclass will explore mental health and wellbeing and the implications this has on managing people. It is aimed at those with responsibility for two or more employees.

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    Taking Conventional Tunnelling To The Limit A Case Study Lead
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    Webinar

    Taking conventional tunnelling to the limit: a case study - TELT high speed rail project

    TELT will be the longest rail tunnel in the world when it opens, at a little over 57 km long. This pilot tunnel had one point to prove: was it possible to tunnel through ground with predicted convergences of over 2 m? Spoiler alert, yes, it seems it is.

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