Civil Engineering – from Conception to Demolition, Stirling

5 - 7 February, 2016

Looking at all stages of construction, from conception to demolition
Looking at all stages of construction, from conception to demolition

About this event

The Stirling Conference is a popular event for graduate and student members of the ICE. Past topics have included the future of the UK's energy industry, the implementation of BIM, and contract law. Environmental and sustainability issues are also covered, and the weekend promises to deliver a varied insight into the world of civil engineering, with speakers from industry and academia.

It is also an excellent opportunity to network with others at a similar career stage, and contributes towards IPD for Professional Review.

The 2016 event will cover the major stages of a civil engineering project, from planning, through design and construction, to decommissioning. With excellent speakers discussing brilliant projects it promises to be a fascinating weekend.

£325 including VAT per Delegate includes full board accommodation at the Stirling Management Centre. Also includes a formal three course meal with wine on the Saturday evening (business attire for this Dinner).


For further information on this event, please contact Alison Cochrane at:

Event materials

The following materials are available for download:


Speakers to be confirmed.

Topics will include:

  • Conceptual design and working with architectural clients;
  • Detailed design of a structure, with an emphasis on the design of temporary works for construction;
  • Construction and delivery of a major infrastructure project;
  • Decommissioning of an industry.