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Earn new qualifications to boost your career and demonstrate your abilities.
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.
Yan Zhou, a Divisional Director of Jacobs and the Honorary Secretary of ICE London, set himself a target to become a fellow before he was 40. He achieved his goal three years early. This is his inspirational story.
National Apprenticeship Week (4-8 March 2019) is a useful reminder to the infrastructure industry of the valuable pipeline of future technicians and engineers, and the crucial role established civil engineers have to play as their mentors.
Employers need to get behind apprenticeships – and here are three reasons why.
Louise Batts, a highways engineer from Buckinghamshire, explains how the prestigious leadership programme for women in STEMM can plug a skills gap in engineering and help save the planet.
Ruth Watson tells us what it's like to be an apprentice, and encourages students to consider this alternative route that can provide hands-on work experience, as well as a degree.
Rand Watkins, chartered engineer and Associate Director for Transport-Oriented Development at SNC-Lavalin’s Atkins business, explores what the "right" design is for a railway station and what that means to different people.
Stuart Anderson's great uncle Sir David Anderson, past President of ICE from 1943-44, inspired three subsequent generations of his family to become engineers. Surprisingly perhaps, he had some very 21st century views on…
Ken O’Neill, Aurecon’s Bridges Leader New South Wales, Australia, talks about his passion for bridges, the important role they play in society, and the significance of naming them.
After smashing the competition with her baked goods demolition demo, Imogen Graves wants to encourage all ICE members to use their skills to tell the world about the wonders of civil engineering.
Amrit Ghose, who sits on the ICE London and South East Diversity Task Force, wants to encourage step change in ICE membership at all grades.
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.
Explore our disciplines and resources section