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Our events archive includes details of all our lectures and conferences going back over the past year. You can also access our library of recorded events covering a vast range of civil engineering subjects.
Rivers Agency encourages awareness and prevention of flooding in Northern Ireland.
The event will highlight two managed realignment schemes, drawing out the key learning points for application to future projects.
A review a number of large barrier and barrage gates that have been designed and constructed in the last four years. Schemes range from t...
A summary of the best papers submitted to the ICE Coastal Managment 2015 and answers to viewer questions.
This lecture looks at the history of the Gobbins Path and how it is being rebuilt as a tourist attraction.
The Minsmere Valley on the Suffolk Coast is at risk from both fluvial and coastal flooding. Although it is a rural area with a limi...
William Allsop and David Finch will review the main causes for seawall failure, describe recent research results which can be used predic...
ICE runs a series of prestige lectures throughout the year which provide a valuable source of knowledge for our members. The Vernon Harco...