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ICE Yorkshire and Humber's committees and groups 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 Yorkshire and Humber, including what they do, who are members and how you can get involved.
ICE Yorkshire and Humber is governed by the regional committee, which is responsible for setting the direction of ICE in the region. Find out more about the committee, who's involved and how you can get in touch.
Members are elected and work to represent the interests of local members, arrange events and social occasions, and provide opportunities for members to increase their knowledge.
You can find out more about the Yorkshire and Humber Committee below with the downloadable PDF's.
The network promotes civil engineering projects, issues, challenges, and opportunities across the Humber region of East Riding, Hull, North and North East Lincolnshire.
Led by manager Mike Cargill (pictured), the network aims to organise four evening meetings per year. These include presentations and discussions on technical or managerial aspects of civil engineering, or projects with a significant and interesting civil engineering element.
The Yorkshire and Humber Graduates and Student Committee (G&S) represents young engineers and those working towards professional qualification. It arranges events and training opportunities geared towards professional qualifications, organises social opportunities and helps young members have a say in how ICE is run.
To contact a member of the Graduate & Student Committee please email: email@example.com
To find out more about the types of activities run by G&S, download a copy of the latest summary document.
ICE Yorkshire and Humber has a number of special interest groups. The groups have a variety of responsibilities and meet several times a year. All group members are volunteers and come from a range of backgrounds within the civil engineering profession. If you would like to volunteer on a group please contact the relevant chairperson.
The Regional Advisory Board gives expert advice on a range of industry sectors.
The board provides informed debate, and promotes a coherent strategy for infrastructure development in the region. It also contributes to ICE's State of the Nation reports, both nationally, and from a regional perspective.
The retired members' group (RICE) is a group of ICE members in the Yorkshire and Humber region who have retired, or are close to retirement. The group arranges a programme of daytime social events, site visits, and activities to increase the knowledge of members. Formed in 2002, the group currently has around 120 members.
Meetings usually comprise coffee followed by a talk by an invited speaker, and conclude with an optional buffet lunch. Other meetings include visits to construction sites and other facilities of interest, and joint meetings are also held with colleagues from IMechE/IET. There are also three main social events on the group's calendar – an annual golf competition, summer social outing, and the Christmas lunch.
Any ICE member may attend a meeting, but group members receive detailed meeting notices directly from the Honorary Secretary. The group has a formal constitution, which provides for the usual committee appointees.
If you would like to meet with former colleagues and fellow engineers in a friendly and social environment, you would be very welcome to join the retired members' group. To join or for further information, please contact Honorary Secretary Hugh Allan firstname.lastname@example.org. There is currently no joining fee or annual subscription to the group.
Note - when retired, membership of the ICE can be retained for a reduced subscription. Please see the membership fees and subscriptions page for details.
Download a copy of the retired members' newsletter
The group arranges meetings, debates, seminars and paper competitions for professionals and students working in geotechnics and geo-environmental engineering. These events are an opportunity to exchange ideas, information and experiences concerning the latest developments in geotechnics.
You can download the presentations from some of our events at the links below.
Geotechnics in the Rail Industry, Conference (12 May 2015)
Resurrecting the lost British Standards for Geotechnical Design (29 September 2015)
Holme Tunnel: Repairing a railway tunnel through a large and active landslip in the Pennines (10 November 2015)
Geotechnical Group Presentation Competition Final (8 December 2015)
Green Port, Hull: Geotechnical Aspects (12 January 2016)
Railway Earthworks: Slips, Slides and Flows (14 September 2016)
Geotechnical Group Presentation Competition Final (6 December 2016)
Design of granular working platforms for construction plant (9 May 2017)
A160/A180 Port of Immingham Improvement: Geotechnical Aspects (7 February 2017)
Geotechnical Risk (11 April 2017)
Working Platforms (17 May 2017)
Geotechnical failures seminar presentations (21 June 2017)
ICE Yorkshire and Humber has started an initiative called Links – office champions representing ICE in their workplace. Each ICE Link acts as an ambassador for the institution in their office location and as a point of contact for colleagues to share and promote activities and initiatives related to ICE.
For more information on the scheme or to become a representative for your office, please contact: ICE Links Coordinator Dan Sutcliffe.
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