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ICE’s mission is to ensure societies get the infrastructure they need and can trust it will be delivered, using the knowledge and collective action of our global chartered membership. Many economies are facing the same challenges across the infrastructure lifecycle: the need to unlock better procurement processes, value, social and economic outcomes, and to address shared global challenges in a sustainable way.
Nick Baveystock, ICE Director General and Secretary will set out how the ICE will seek to work with others to address some of the big societal challenges. He will set out how the ICE Council and trustees think we, as a profession, can add greatest value.
The Director General’s address will be followed by the ICE Wales Cymru AGM. You can download the full agenda below.
Nick has been Director General of the Institution of Civil Engineers since 2011.
He served as a Royal Engineer in the British Army for over 25 years. He operated across the world, commanding a regiment in Kosovo, Bosnia, and in Iraq, before further service in Iraq as Chief of Staff Multinational Division (South East) and then as Chief Engineer. Staff tours included terms in the UK MOD and in Kosovo. His final appointment was as a Brigadier leading the £3.2 Bn RSME Public Private Partnership.
He has wide experience of delivering large engineering programmes; notably nearly 10 years leading international post conflict reconstruction and development in Southern Iraq and the Balkans. He is on the boards of Engineering UK, Mid Kent College Training Services, is Vice Chair of Thomas Telford Ltd, an alumnus of the Royal College of Defence Studies, Vice President of the Institution of Royal Engineers, and a Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Kent.
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