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ICE's work in the South East is done by members of various groups - including graduate and student committees and special interest groups. They bring together like-minded people and give members the opportunity to increase their knowledge, get advice and raise the profile of civil engineering in the region.
Find out about the committees and groups that make up ICE South East, including what they do and how you can get involved.
The South East Regional Committee oversees ICE's activities within the region. It makes sure that regional work reflects ICE's overall aims and priorities, as well as its own plans and values.
The board is made up of chairs of the various branches within the South East Region - special interest groups, regional members of the ICE Council and representatives on national boards and panels. The board directs the work of the Regional Support Team (RST), which is headed by the regional director. The RST is responsible for attracting new members, communications, public and media relations, and administration.
If you've got a question for the committee, please contact:
The Kent and East Sussex Branch covers the most south-easterly corner of the region and represents 2,000 ICE members - around 20% of the region's total.
The Kent and East Sussex Branch has a number of sub-groups which specialise in various areas and help support the work of the branch and overall region. Below you can find details of each group, along with a contact. If you’re interested in finding out more or getting involved, then please get in touch.
The G&S Group organises professional and social activities for graduate and student ICE members.
You can contact the G&S Group Secretary Nathan Edwards at Nathan.Edwards@shepway.gov.uk
The South Branch covers West Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, and has a number of active special interest groups. It represents around 3,500 ICE members, which is approximately 30% of the region's total.
The branch's special interest groups cover a wide range of engineering areas, and contribute to the wider work of ICE in the South East region. If you're interested in getting involved or finding out more, please contact the branch Chair at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The South Branch has a number of sub-groups which specialise in various areas and support the work of the branch and overall region. Below you can find details of each group, along with a contact. If you’re interested in finding out more or getting involved, then please get in touch.
The G&S Group organises professional and social activities for graduate and student ICE members. There are two sub groups within the South Branch area:
Contact the G&S group secretary Alan Moore at: email@example.com.
The branch's special interest groups include:
Thames Valley is the region's largest branch, covering Surrey, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
If you're interested in finding out more about the branch committee's work, or have any questions, then please contact:
Chair: Richard Salter
The Thames Valley Branch also has a Graduates and Students Committee, which organises a range of professional and social activities for graduate and student members of ICE.
The Graduate and Students Group Chair is Dimitri Kontogiorgis (Dimitrios.Kontogiorgis@arcadis.com)
The Graduate, Student & Apprentice (GSA) group organises professional and social activities for graduate and student ICE members. There are four groups within the South East England area.
You can keep up with the latest thoughts from the committee through social media.
ICE South East England has a number of special interest groups which focus on a range of areas of interest for its members. If you would like to get involved in one of these groups, then please contact the relevant chairperson.
The Kent & East Sussex Historical Engineering Group (KESHEG) has been set up to promote a greater awareness and understanding of the civil (and military) engineering heritage in the area. The group will be organising a programme of meetings over coming months so please check the events page to find out more or contact the Secretary.
If you are interested in learning more about KESHEG, please contact the Secretary, Tim Belcher-Whyte at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The London and South East Diversity Taskforce is a temporary committee tasked with promoting the diversity of the industry as well as facilitating and supporting the embedment of fairness, inclusion and respect as a factor to be considered in all activities undertaken across both regions.
If you are interested in working with the ICE London and South East Diversity Taskforce please get in touch:
The ICE South East England Energy Panel works to promote the value of energy across South East England as one of the region's key assets. It also aims to use the professional expertise and experience of ICE and its members to contribute to influence decisions that affect South East England's energy environment.
If you're interested in working with the ICE South East England Energy Panel please email: email@example.com.
This group promotes the value of water in London and South East England. It uses the professional expertise and experience of ICE and its members to contribute to decisions that affect London and South East England’s water environment.
If you've got a question for the panel, or would like to get involved then please contact:
This group promotes the value of transport in South East England. It uses the professional expertise and experience of ICE and its members to influence decisions that affect South East England’s transport infrastructure.
If you've got a question for the panel, or would like to get involved then please contact the panel chair.
The group represents the interests of retired and non-working members of ICE who are based in the South East England region.
One of the principle aims of the group is to provide events, visits and meetings of technical interest for retired and non-working members. It is also the intent to connect the group with younger engineers who are seeking mentors or advice from experienced engineers to assist them in progressing their careers.
Events are open to all ICE members but, as they are planned for day times and some Saturdays, will appeal to retired and non-working members and their partners.
In respect of Objective 4, the organising group believes that there is a significant experience base within the retired membership which can be extremely helpful to younger engineers seeking assistance in developing their careers and preparing for professional qualifications. The ICE is currently updating the mentoring matching website - http://www.ice.mentormatch.me/ - which will be relaunched later in 2017. The group will be organising a launch event so that those retired members who are interested in mentoring can get more information.
The organising team would be delighted to hear from any retired members who wish to join the team or who have any ideas for future events. Please contact one of the team directly. Alternatively, for further information on forthcoming events, you can contact the SEE Regional Coordinator, Anne Qualters, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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