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The CARE scheme uses the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Guidelines for Education and Training in the Conservation of Monuments, Ensembles and Sites as the basis for assessment of candidate's experience.
The accreditation is recognised by Historic England, Historic Scotland, Cadw (historic environment service of the Welsh Government), and the Department for Communities, Historic Environment Division (NI) and works in partnership with professional bodies including:
CARE is run by IStructE and the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). If you’re a civil or structural engineer involved in the conservation of historical structures and sites, you might be able to join. Becoming registered means, you can call yourself a conservation-accredited engineer. It sets you apart as an expert in this area and helps you submit stronger bids for work. It also helps clients choose civil and structural engineers who have proven skills and are right for their job.
This event has been organised by the Institution of Structural Engineers in partnership with ICE. Booking is not required, for further information contact Paul Wilson.
Ed is Managing Director of The Morton Partnership, Civil and Structural Engineers with specialist experience in conservation, repairs and adaption of historic buildings and structures. Conservation Engineer to Canterbury Cathedral, York Minster, Westminster Abbey, Durham and Southwark and Ely Cathedrals.