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ICE has a very active community, helping to raise the profile of civil engineering more widely.
Here, you can read all about the rewarding, creative work that members are doing around the world.
Whether you’re thinking about going into civil engineering or you’re already working in the industry, these are the reasons why civil engineering is, without a doubt, the greatest job in the world.
Kalina Dimitrova, Graduate Engineer at Goodson Associates, demonstrates ICE Scotland's Rapid Response Challenge pack for STEM ambassadors.
Coastal engineering specialist Alan Williams reveals the engineering and environmental challenges behind Sir Antony Gormley’s iconic, sea-based sculptures, Another Place.
Paula Kulczyk, who attended the first ICE Global Summer School in Shanghai, shares what she learnt through this experience and what civil engineers can do to encourage sustainable development.
Civil engineering is a diverse career that allows people to travel and experience the most amazing achievements and solve some of the world's biggest problems. Don't believe us? Read on.
Monika Szczyrba, a graduate civil engineer at Stantec, explains why she's working to develop best practice guidance for winning public support for civil engineering projects.
The government recently announced a consultation on reforming parental leave rights. As ICE considers its response to…
Joseph Marner, Assistant Engineer at WSP and ICE London Graduates and Students committee Vice-Chair, explains his experiences as a graduate that led to him winning the ICE London Graduate of the Year Award this year.
Is there anyone who's never asked "How does that work?" Emma Watkins, ICE President's Future Leader 2018/19, believes there's an engineer hiding inside every person.
Arup engineer Stephen Thompson won the 2019 James Rennie Medal for his report on The Ocado Project. He tells us how the experience gave him the confidence to make his voice heard.
Our civil engineering disciplines contain a wealth of material on civil engineering, from case studies and best practice, to interesting books, policy documents and recorded lectures.
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