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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
Brunel International Lecture Series

Brunel International Lecture Series

What challenges and opportunities does Australasia face in developing sustainable infrastructure?

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Building connections

Building connections

ICE President Prof Anusha Shah explains why we need to collaborate across different industries to address the climate change and biodiversity loss crises.

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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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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

  • In person
    Browney Curve Event Lead

    Site visit: Browney Curve - active landslip reinforcement project in County Durham

    Join us for a site visit to Browney Curve, a 1km land reinforcement project located on an active landslip within the Network Rail Embankment. Engage in discussions with industry experts and gain valuable insights into the complexities of this innovative civil engineering project.

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    Lets Talk About Dementia Lead

    Let’s talk about… dementia

    While dementia has no cure, there is care. This masterclass aims to provide practical support to those facing dementia.

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    State Of The City London Launch Lead

    State of the City London launch

    ICE London is launching our highly anticipated State of the City London Report. The report looks at two key issues facing London – housing and transport, which the incoming London Mayor will need to address as they work towards making London a Net Zero city.

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