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Networking event for Early Careers Engineers

Event organised by ICE

11 April 2024
18:00 - 20:00 BST (GMT+1)
Engineers Ireland
22 Clyde Road
Dublin, D04 R3N2
Republic of Ireland

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Networking is one of the best tools to help you kick-start your career, and this is the perfect event to get started! This event is aimed at civil engineering students, apprentices or recent graduates, who are interested in growing their network. The event will take place at the engineers Ireland headquarters, a great opportunity to visit this historic institution.

The event will start with a brief presentation from a member of our Early Careers Network Committee, and then move on to ‘speed networking’. Here, each participant will be allocated to a table with another random attendee, allowing you to meet, ask advice, or make connections. The tables will be reshuffled periodically. Don’t worry if you don’t know anybody else going, as you will be meeting new people straight away!

Nibbles will be provided and drinks available from the bar. Please register following the link on this page, further instructions will be sent closer to the event date. Numbers attending will be strictly limited so early booking is recommended to secure your seat.

The event is opened to all Early Careers Civil Engineers, member or not of the ICE. Note this event is facilitated by the Early Careers Network of the Republic of Ireland. 


18:00 - 18:15

Introductory presentation

18:15 - 20:00

Speed networking


Benjamin Delmond

Benjamin Delmond


civil engineer

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Benjamin Delmond

Benjamin Delmond is a civil engineer working for Jacobs, with a diverse career in the water industry. Initially focusing on drainage design, he worked on prominent projects such as the MetroLink and BusConnects.

Since then, he has been working on Europe's largest coastal erosion initiative and devising strategic plans for Irish Water.

Actively involved with the ICE, he previously held the position of President Future Leader and now chairs the ECNet in Ireland, organising events and educational sessions for early careers engineers.

Benjamin's research in sustainable pollution removal recently earned him the Pollution Mitigation of the Year Award.

For more information please contact:

Tom Compton