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ICE Northern Ireland's various committees and groups bring together like-minded people and give members the opportunity to increase their knowledge, get advice, and raise the profile and standard of civil engineering.
Find out about the committees and groups that make up ICE Northern Ireland, including what they do, who are members and how you can get involved.
The Regional Committee is responsible for the work ICE does in Northern Ireland and meets six times a year.
It has appointed a Regional Executive Board (REB) to work with the regional director to plan its aims, activities, and budget.
The Graduates and Students Committee organises training evenings, competitions, social events and an annual conference for members who are working towards their professional qualification.
Special interest groups (SIGs) are a link between industry and ICE, helping us to provide information, training and best practice to our members. Members of SIGs are volunteers from a range of backgrounds within the profession. If you would like to get involved with any of the SIGs in Northern Ireland, please contact the relevant chair.
The ICE Northern Ireland Commerce and Contracts group aims to promote a better understanding of contract conditions, the legal framework within which they operate and the management procedures needed to deliver projects successfully. This group also provides training for members in the region who are preparing for ICE Law and Contracts exams.
The Health and Safety group shares knowledge and best practice with ICE members, industry and wider society, to ensure the highest standards of health and safety awareness. The group runs seminars and training courses on a number of health and safety-related topics.
The NI PHEW committee is responsible for identifying, recording and promoting historical works across the region. Committee members prepare and update record forms for historical sites in Northern Ireland, so they can be added to the central UK database of historical engineering works.
The committee encourages excellence in the conservation of significant works.
The aim of the Civil Engineers’ Club is to promote social activities amongst Civil Engineers whether working or retired, and to provide an opportunity to meet up with colleagues outside their working environment.
For more information, please contact:
N I Representative for The Civil Engineers’ Club
E: [email protected]
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