A new way for our members to access the huge wealth of knowledge content ICE has. Organised into bite-sized modules.
Our learning is structured around these key areas:
Courses, workshops and membership surgeries to help you achieve professional qualification.
24/7 access to recorded webinars covering key areas of professional qualification.
Courses, help and advice to advance your career no matter what stage you are at.
Specialist training courses let you learn new skills and add to your personal development.
Earn new qualifications to boost your career and demonstrate your abilities.
The panel identifies historical engineering works that are worthy of recording, promoting, and in some cases, preserving for posterity.
The panel helps to organise groups of civil engineers in the regions who are interested in the history of their profession, and publishes a quarterly newsletter, regional guides and leaflets on the subject. The Panel also work with the regions to commemorate structures and engineers by putting up plaques to bring these to public attention.
The Panel for Historical Engineering Works (PHEW) is made up of a variety of industry experts. Find out more about our panel chair and details of the panel's members.
Gordon is a Past President of ICE, IESIS, former Chairman of CIC. He is Vice President of Jacobs, Vice Chairman of RCAHMS and founder of Scottish Engineering Hall of Fame.
The Panel identifies historical engineering works that are worthy of recording and, in some cases, preserving for posterity. This information is recorded in a searchable database. Date available includes historical details about the structure and its construction process.
Find out more about the PHEW and explore our database.
If you have a question for our Panel for Historical Engineering Works, are interested in adding your input to the panel, or require details on the panel's output, then let us know.
e: [email protected]
The Panel for Historical Engineering Works produces a quarterly newsletter, providing stories and updates concerning some of the UK's most important historical structures.
For older issues of the PHEW newsletter, please contact [email protected]