About ICE

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is a professional membership body that government and industry listen to while providing unrivalled support to our 90,000 civil engineer members.

How ICE works, our history and what being a member means

  • About ICE

    What we do

    Find out more about ICE, our services and the people who make it all happen

    What we do
  • How is ICE run and governed?

    Who runs ICE

    Learn about how we work, the huge part our members play, and our future plans

    Who runs ice?
  • Meet ICE's members

    About our members

    Search for qualified members, see our newest members and those applying.

    About our members
  • ICE's history

    Our history

    Read about how ICE was formed, our Royal Charter and the people who helped us grow

    Our history
  • Contact ICE

    Who to contact

    Need help with a question? We'll put you in touch with the right person

    Who to contact
  • Work for ICE

    Work for ICE

    Fid out more about the benefits of working for ICE and search our current vacancies

    Work for ICE
  • Reasons to join ICE

    If you work in the built environment, or heading that way, then you will probably know who we are. ICE has a member grade to match your experience, education and ambitions.

    There is plenty of joining information on this website including details of how to contact our membership recruitment team.

    Member grades. Join ICE

    • I plan to become chartered with ICE and am currently on a training scheme at work. It’s good to know that my employer recognises how important professional qualification is.

      Emily Bonner, graduate member

      Emily Bonner, graduate member

    • I joined ICE because I wanted international professional recognition by qualifying as an MICE member. It also gives me a sense of belonging to a community of engineers across the world.

      Ishmael Paul Otoo, graduate member

      Ishmael Paul Otoo, graduate member

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