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A highlight of the G&S calendar, this year’s conference is going digital. The first event of its kind run by ICE NI G&S, ICE NI members are invited to join committee and prominent speakers for a half day of virtual learning and networking
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28 May 2020
Covid-19 will undoubtedly leave socio-economic scars. ICE is today publishing an insights paper outlining the role infrastructure can play post-crisis to help facilitate an effective economic recovery.
By viewing infrastructure as a system and exploiting digital technologies, civil engineers have the opportunity to deliver huge benefits, both to the economy, and to society - who are the ultimate customers.
27 May 2020
Reflecting on Mental Health Awareness Week, ICE President Paul Sheffield considers the impact that the current Covid-19 pandemic is having on the mental health of the nation and our membership.
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The purpose of this insights paper is to examine the role infrastructure can play post-crisis to minimise the socio-economic impact of Covid-19 and help facilitate an effective economic recovery.
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