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To celebrate International LEGO® Day, we look at the ‘special’ relationship engineers have formed with these famous mini plastic bricks!
Following ICE’s Annual Apprenticeship Conference, Richard Davis, ICE’s Apprenticeship Manager, talks about how employers and ICE have been supporting apprentices through what has been a difficult year for their development.
Sue Hawkes, CAD Technician at Berryrange, ICE Kent and East Sussex Branch Chair, and Technician Champion, wants to raise awareness and challenge our perceptions of people with impairments and…
In the first in the series of our ‘Big Idea’ blogs, apprentice civil engineer Sarah Curran suggests that ‘glow in the dark aggregates’ could be a stepping stone to reducing energy consumption.
After working as part of an emergency housing scheme, graduate member Will Harwood asks what the coronavirus pandemic response could mean for the housing crisis longer term?
The unique colonial legacy of Kolkata and its evolving landscape as a modern metropolis are captured by this 12-lecture series describing the most critical aspects of city planning and urban sustenance.
In her debut blog, ICE President Rachel Skinner follows up on the huge debate and positive response sparked by her Shaping Zero film, launched at the end of 2020. Here she outlines the next steps we need to take to achieve net-zero…
We want your ideas on how civil engineers can innovate for our latest series of blogs!
In our latest in a series of blogs looking at how engineers have adapted to the global pandemic, civil engineer Jack Tregartha looks at the challenges to…
In the latest in our ‘Coping with lockdown’ series of blogs, Transport Planning Officer Hannah Clark explains how lockdown has highlighted the need for suitable investment in road safety for cyclists and pedestrians.
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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