ICE has a Local Association and a Graduate and Student Committee in the Republic of Ireland.
Regional committees and branches
Committee members are volunteers and come from a range of backgrounds within the civil engineering profession.
Find out more about the committees and groups, including who's involved and how you can get in touch.
The Republic of Ireland Local Association arranges events, visits to ongoing engineering projects and social activities for ICE members based in the Republic of Ireland. This gives members the opportunity to share knowledge and network with other professional civil engineers.
For more information, please contact our Country Rep, Don McEntee at: [email protected]
|Cormac Bradley||Immediate Past Chair|
|Oliver Russell||Hon. Treasurer|
|Niall Gibbons||Hon. Secretary / GSNET Chair|
|Kevin Sheridan||Committee Member|
|John Higgins||Committee Member|
|Colin Wilson||Committee Member|
|Emma Caulwell||Committee Member|
|Henry Poh||Committee Member|
|Catherine O’Brien||Committee Member|
|David Brody||Committee Member|
|Retha Esterhuizen||Committee Member|
|Michael O’Shea||Committee Member|
|Enda Casey||Committee Member|
|Yvonne Murphy||Committee Member|
|Andrew Millar||Committee Member|
The Republic of Ireland Graduates and Students Committee supports members who are working towards their professional qualification. It organises activities to help them develop the knowledge and skills they need.
There are currently about 140 graduate and 77 student ICE members in the Republic of Ireland.
The Graduates and Students Committee organises events and competitions to help members develop their careers. The group also provides support and opportunities for like-minded people to meet and socialise.
Interested in getting involved?
Getting involved in the Graduate and Students Committee will help you make the most of your ICE membership.
It gives members valuable experience of working with members in the industry outside of their own workplace. It also helps them develop negotiation, organisation and budgetary skills, which they'll be able to use throughout their professional life.
An ICE representative from the Republic of Ireland attends GSNet (ICE's Graduate and Students Network) meetings, which helps members link up with the UK network.
To find out more details about what's on and to keep up to date with the Graduate and Student Network in Ireland check out our Facebook page.
|Aine Delany||Events Co-ordinator|
|Sumana Kelly||Schools Liaison Officer|
|Amy Farrell||3rd Level Liaison Officer|
|Rufus Bevan||Committee Member|
|Daniel Yeates||Committee Member|