Australia and New Zealand showcase top engineering projects with new publication

The collection was created as part of the 200th anniversary celebrations of the ICE.

Auckland Harbour Bridge. Image credit: Stephen Witherden
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Auckland Harbour Bridge. Image credit: Stephen Witherden
ICE Australia and New Zealand has published a booklet to highlight impressive civil engineering projects in the region, as part of ICE 200 celebrations. 
The commemorative publication “highlights a small selection of the people and projects in Australia and New Zealand that have tackled, or are tackling, head-on, some of the region’s most pressing problems”.

ICE representative Melinda Lutton headed up the editorial team responsible for the publication, which features projects such as the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Metro, Auckland Harbour Bridge, and Perth Stadium.

Throughout the ICE’s 200th year, members around the world have been holding events to celebrate civil engineers and the work that they do to transform people’s lives. 
ICE ran its first-ever conference in Australia, and New Zealand hosted a family-focussed event that attracted thousands of visitors in September, as part of the celebrations.

ICE Western Australian Local Association (WALA) hosted the 12th Brunel Lecture Series at the Perth Library, where Linda Miller, Bechtel construction director, delivered her talk on 'Transportation Infrastructure and Interdisciplinary Interfaces on Complex Mega-Projects'. 
The commemorative publication can be downloaded here