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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.

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Forth and Clyde Canal trip
Type
Networking

Forth and Clyde Canal trip

To mark the 300th anniversary of the birth of John Smeaton, the Panel for Historical Engineering Works (PHEW) have organised a boat trip on his Forth and Clyde Canal.

HKA technical visit: Central Kowloon Route – Yau Ma Tei East
Type
Networking

HKA technical visit: Central Kowloon Route – Yau Ma Tei East

The event will allow participants to visit the project of Central Kowloon Route, which is one of the major transportation infrastructure.

HKA G&S: site visit to Cyberport expansion project
Type
Networking

HKA G&S: site visit to Cyberport expansion project

The ICE HKA Graduates and Students Division will be visiting the Cyberport expansion project. Participants will be introduced to how the contractor deploys digital solutions to manage the construction site.

ICE Exeter Early Careers Network networking and darts evening
Type
Networking

ICE Exeter Early Careers Network networking and darts evening

Graduate, student, technician, and apprentice members are invited to an evening networking event to connect with other early career professionals in the Exeter area, including a game of Augmented Reality darts to break the ice.  

Using rainwater, saving money, improving cities
Type
Lecture

Using rainwater, saving money, improving cities

This presentation will discuss how the holistic principles of good rainwater management will achieve more for storm overflows, water efficiency, carbon footprint, biodiversity and wellbeing than addressing the challenges in individual silos.

ICE Yorkshire and Humber AGM and presentation to mark 300th anniversary of John Smeaton's birth
Type
Webinar

ICE Yorkshire and Humber AGM and presentation to mark 300th anniversary of John Smeaton's birth

All ICE Yorkshire and Humber members are welcome to join us for our 2024 Annual General Meeting. This will be followed by a presentation by Mark Calvert on John Smeaton, noted as the “father of civil engineering” marking 2024 as the 300th anniversary of his birth here in Yorkshire. 


ICE universities bitesize: sustainability for students
Type
Webinar

ICE universities bitesize: sustainability for students

This is an opportunity to gain an overview of the fundamentals of sustainability which students need to know, using some real-world examples from industry.

Shaping Futures: women engineering tomorrow's pathways
Type
Webinar

Shaping Futures: women engineering tomorrow's pathways

How can the construction industry retain its female workforce? In this webinar, three female engineers will discuss supportive companies, female role models at senior levels and what advice they wish they’d been given.

Constructing diaphragm walls in fractured chalks for HS2 - lessons learned
Type
Webinar

Constructing diaphragm walls in fractured chalks for HS2 - lessons learned

VSL has constructed diaphragm walls in weathered and fractured chalks on section C1 of HS2. With depths over 80m, verticality requirements beyond industry norms and protection of aquifers, all within challenging timescales and during the pandemic lockdown.

What you need to know about working in the UK
Type
Webinar

What you need to know about working in the UK

If you’re a non-UK national working, or thinking about working in the UK, this webinar will bring you up to date with everything you need to know.

Attribute Workshop: Commercial Ability
Type
Webinar

Attribute Workshop: Commercial Ability

Learn more about the Commercial Ability Attribute!

Fellowship application workshop
Type
Lecture

Fellowship application workshop

Take the next step towards ICE Fellowship with bespoke support and advice to get you ready to make an application to become an ICE Fellow. The workshop is aimed at members and non-members in South West England. 

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