East of England

Wadlow Wind Farm, Cambridgeshire

ICE East of England represents around 5,000 members in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Peterborough and Suffolk. It's a learned society and a professional body, which means it works to promote and improve the profession of civil engineering within the region.

Discover more about ICE in the East of England, including local events, the latest civil engineering news, and how you can get more involved with its work.

 

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2015 Merit Awards

Abberton Reservoir

ICE East of England presents its Merit Awards every year to celebrate civil engineering in the region. The awards help give projects the acknowledgement and prestige they deserve.

Find out more about East of England

Get the latest news from you region

Visit our News section for all the latest from your region and beyond. You can also explore our blog, The Civil Engineer, for regular civil engineering updates.

Looking for help and advice on becoming qualified?

Our professional qualification training is here to help you, from advice surgeries to courses in passing your professional review.

  • Routes to membership

    Technical Report Route webinar

    • 01 September, 2015

    This webinar is an overview of the Technical Report Route (TRR), a route to achieving professional qualification based on work experience rather educational achievements. The webinar will provide guidance on how to start and complete and application through the TRR.

  • Professional review preparation

    Written exercise group Autumn 2015: Session 4 - Sustainability, St Albans

    • 01 September, 2015

    The Written Exercise Group gives you guidance and practice in writing essays for the ICE’s professional reviews.

  • Routes to membership

    Routes to ICE membership, Kempston

    • 16 September, 2015

    An explanation of the alternative routes to becoming IEng MICE or CEng MICE, with an emphasis on recent changes, including mentor supported initial professional development.

  • Routes to membership

    Routes to ICE membership, Bury St Edmunds

    • 22 September, 2015

    An explanation of the alternative routes to becoming IEng MICE or CEng MICE, with an emphasis on recent changes, including mentor supported initial professional development

  • Professional review preparation

    Written exercise group discussion group: Session one, Ipswich

    • 13 October, 2015

    This will be of particular interest to graduates preparing for MPR, CPR, and CPRP

  • Career appraisal

    Fast-track Career Appraisal workshops, Bury St Edmunds

    • 14 October, 2015

    Do you want to become a chartered (CEng) or incorporated (IEng) engineer? Join our Membership Development Officers and get help and advice on your Career Appraisal submission.

Looking for more professional qualification training in East of England?

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Interested in getting more involved?

Help inspire the next generation

There are many ways that you can get involved with ICE, including:

  • adding your expert knowledge to one of our panels or committees
  • writing for one our publications
  • visiting schools to help encourage the next generation of civil engineers

Getting involved with us is also a great way to help your professional development and further your experiences.

If you think you've got what it takes, then we want to hear from you!

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