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ICE's work in Wales is carried out by members on various committees and groups. These bring together like-minded people and give members the opportunity to increase their knowledge, get advice and raise the profile of civil engineering in Wales.
ICE Wales Cymru is governed by its Main Committee and Executive Board. These committees control the regional finances, decide its priorities and plan the work it will do.
The main committees are supported by elected sub-groups and branches, which you can find out more about here.
The ICE Wales Cymru North Wales branch is responsible for organising events and activities in North Wales. It has a separate Executive Committee.
North Wales Branch meetings are held monthly, usually at Abergele, with an AGM in the Spring of each year.
The ICE Wales Cymru Graduates and Students Committee represents ICE members in Wales, who are working towards their professional qualifications at technician, incorporated and chartered grade.
The group organises meetings for members to talk about their work and interests, and to share knowledge. It holds a Written Exercise Group to help members who are preparing for their Professional Review and arranges events (including talks and lectures) to promote the civil engineering profession
The Wales Cymru special interest groups (SIGs) focus on particular aspects of civil engineering. The groups are run by members on a voluntary basis, and provide an opportunity to discuss topics, share knowledge and meet up for social activities.
The Ground Engineering Group organises various activities throughout the year and co-hosts events with other engineering organisations in South Wales.
If you'd like to find out more about the group, please email the Chair, Jack Blake: [email protected].
The Municipal Engineers Group (MEG) promotes the specialist area of municipal engineering in Wales. It holds meetings every two months, usually at the St. Mary's Hotel, Pencoed, to plan the events and provide an opportunity for members to discuss issues related to municipal engineering.
One of the highlights of MEG's annual calendar is the Brunel Lecture, which is held every October at The Orangery, Margam Park. The group also organises a CPD seminar and an annual Chairman's Dinner.
For more information on MEG, please get in touch with the Honorary Secretary, Adrian Wilson, on [email protected]
The MEG AGM is held each year in the autumn.
The Retired Engineers Group provides an opportunity for retired engineers in Wales to stay involved in the profession and with ICE.
It holds various networking events and also prepares consultation responses. Its meetings are normally held on the first Monday of every month at the ICE Wales Cymru Offices, Cambrian Buildings, Cardiff Bay. The group's events can be found in ICE Wales Cymru Calendar.
If you'd like to find out more or to get involved with the group, please email the Honorary Secretary, Dr Jarmila Davies, on [email protected]
The Transport Engineering Group organises networking opportunities, learned society events and consultation responses for engineers working in the transport and transportation sector.
Meetings are generally held every two months at the ICE Wales Cymru Offices, Cambrian Buildings, Cardiff Bay.. Evening lectures and learned society events can be found in ICE Wales Cymru Calendar.
The Fairness, Inclusion and Respect (FIR) Group is responsible for raising the profile and sharing best practice of fairness, inclusion and respect, as well as facilitating and supporting the embedment of fairness, inclusion and respect as a factor to be considered in all activities undertaken by ICE Wales Cymru. Its mission is to promote and oversee the delivery of The Institution's vision for Fairness, Inclusion and Respect:
"Valuing the diversity that individuals with differing backgrounds and abilities bring to the Institution; respecting all members and applicants through fairness, tolerance and consistency of professional standards; ensuring that professional qualification and membership of ICE is open to all who meet its standards."
The Civil Engineers’ Club started in 1979 and is run by a committee of volunteers. All present and past members of the Institution of Civil Engineers are eligible to join. The annual subscription is £10 with free membership for Student members and all retired ex-ICE members. Our current Chair is Professor Tim Broyd, former ICE President.
The Club promotes and supports sporting and social activities for Civil Engineers throughout the UK. The Club’s activities are likely to be of interest to families and friends and provide opportunities for members to maintain contact with colleagues in an informal context. We do not compete with the regions and their own events. The activities include Contract Bridge, Golf (all regions compete for the Telford Trophy), Model Engineering, Painting, Sailing, Singing and Walking.
For more details on the club please see our Specialist Knowledge Societies page.
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