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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.
With the support of the Smeatonian Society, this lecture has been named after John Smeaton, FRS, the founding father of civil engineering...
The Ellesmere Canal was first proposed in 1791 and is still forming part of today’s waterways, under management by the Canal and Ri...
Assessment of historical metal bridges.
A technical talk on historic and metallic structures joint with IStructE East Midlands.
Dorset Council designed and constructed a very sympathetic repair to the 16th century, grade II* listed, six-arch bridge.
This talk will address the recent refurbishment of the historic Dochfour Weir.
Repeat of Smeaton Lecture given in London on 23 July in recognition of James Watt’s Scottish roots.
This lecture will explore the relationship between Smeaton and Watt with the help of some letters, not previously published or archived, ...
This year ICE's annual Smeaton lecture will look at the Brunel’s Thames Tunnel and its inspirational legacy to modern tun...