ICE Scotland sponsorship opportunities

Partnering with ICE Scotland will help place your organisation in the minds of Scotland’s key decision makers, and raise the profile of civil engineering. Find out more about sponsorship and promotional opportunities, and how they can benefit you.

Part of the audience at the ICE Saltire Civil Engineering Awards 2016.
Part of the audience at the ICE Saltire Civil Engineering Awards 2016.

Working with ICE Scotland gives you a great chance to promote your achievements to Scotland's policy makers, clients, contractors and consultants, and help raise the profile of civil engineering.

Benefits of sponsoring an ICE Scotland event include:

  • An enhanced reputation among key audiences – through association with ICE's reputation, authority and excellence within the engineering profession
  • You can appeal directly to potential clients and partners – by reaching your target audience of key decision makers, budget holders and opinion formers
  • New opportunities to showcase your expertise – using our extensive marketing campaigns, including e-zines and website promotion

ICE Scotland represents and supports 8,000 ICE members living and working in the Scotland. We offer a number of partnership opportunities, including:

  • Schools activities
  • Fellows events
  • Evening lectures
  • ICE Scotland Civil Engineering Awards/Dinner
  • Doors Open Day

Meet our sponsors

Find out more about some of the companies we're currently working with.

  • Saltire Society

    Saltire Society

    www.saltiresociety.org.uk

    The Saltire Society seeks to encourage everything that might improve the quality of life in Scotland. It works to preserve all that is best in Scottish traditions and to encourage new developments which can strengthen and enrich the country's cultural life. It acts as a catalyst, celebrant and commentator through an annual programme of awards, lectures, debates and projects.

    Founded in 1936 is a non-political independent charity with membership branches throughout Scotland. Membership of the Saltire Society is open to all individuals and organisations that support the aims of the Society.

  • CECA Scotland

    CECA Scotland

    www.ceca.org

    The Civil Engineering Contractors Association Scotland is the representative body for companies who work day-to-day to deliver, upgrade, and maintain Scotland's infrastructure.

    With more than 100 civil engineering contractors ranging in size from small rural contractors to large multinationals, CECA represents firms who together carry out an estimated 70-80 per cent of all civil engineering activity in Scotland in the key sectors of transport, energy, communications, waste and water.

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