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Institution of Civil Engineers. Shaping the world

With 98,000 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.

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Are cities prepared for climate change?

Are cities prepared for climate change?

Hear from Emma Howard Boyd, chair of the London Climate Resilience Review, at the ICE Spring Prestige Lecture on 6 March.

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Enabling Better Infrastructure (EBI)

Enabling Better Infrastructure (EBI)

How can governments improve their infrastructure planning for a nature and people-positive world?

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Public survey

Public survey

How the UK government can help people decarbonise their day-to-day lives.

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Get involved

There are many ways you can help shape the future of civil engineering. Discover how you can get involved in a range of exciting opportunities.

Upcoming events

  • Online
    Fellowship Worksop Lead
    Type
    Networking

    Fellowship application workshop

    Thinking of applying for Fellowship or currently working on your application?  Join us for this online workshop to connect other prospective Fellows and find out more about and how to apply for ICE Fellowship, our highest grade of membership.

  • In person
    Ma On Shan Lead
    Type
    Social

    HKA unearthing history: a visit to the Ma On Shan mine

    The visit will be a guided tour on to walk through the Ma On Shan mine, the village and society. Participants will “act” as miners, learn about the glorious history of the mine in the 1950s and 1960s and get a real look into a miner’s life. Participants will gain a special understanding of the unique mining industry.

  • In person
    Dredger Lead
    Type
    Networking

    Southampton western Docks channel widening site visit and presentations

    Working within a busy port and environmentally sensitive area, the Port of Southampton is widening a section of the existing Western Docks navigation channel. A series of presentations will explain the project, followed by a trip to see the ‘Magnor’, the world’s largest backhoe dredger, in operation.

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Professional development training

Courses designed to help you achieve the highest standards of professional recognition within the civil engineering industry.