It does this through the capture and sharing of knowledge and best practice, establishing standards, and by working with other external bodies.
Meet the panel
The Management panel is made up of a variety of industry experts from both ICE and ICES. Find out more about our panel chair and details of the panel's members.
What are we working on?
The Management panel has its own programme of work which focuses on different areas. These include:
- Risk management (Enterprise risk and Project risk), and
- Asset management
The panel also has work streams on Government Soft Landings, the publication of the Risk Analysis and Management for Projects (RAMP) book, and follow up Risk work, and the further documents to add to the asset management suite.
We are working with other professional bodies to develop tools for Building Information Modelling (BIM), helping to develop international construction standards and are looking at ways to improve the level of recognition afforded to Project Management.
The Asset management subgroup have produced three documents in a suite designed to raise awareness and increase whole-life thinking in infrastructure:
The Panel actively supports the MERIT competition. Watch a video of the MERIT 2016 final and view a report from the 2015 final.
Management Panel Chairs David Hirst CEng FICE was recently asked to give evidence to the Joint Committee on the Palace of Westminster as it sought views on the restoration and renewal of the Palace. Read the full article.
Contact the panel or volunteer
We are now actively seeking a Graduate member, from ICES or ICE, to join the panel.
We are keen for members across the UK to take part in our work, so if you like to become a corresponding member of the panel, or if you have any ideas or issues that would benefit from hosting a management panel event in your region, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you interested in the issues around Management of civil engineering?
If so, the ICE Management Panel needs you!
We are looking for volunteers with:
- Good project management experience
- Enquiring mind
- Some free time
To help in an upcoming work initiative. This will research how project management needs to adapt for BIM-enabled projects.
If you are interested, please contact email@example.com.