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Barry Clarke, ICE Past President (2012/13), encourages the need to place civil engineering in context and realise the outcomes to ensure a resilient, sustainable future.
Infrastructure transforms the landscape to the extent that we're still using what was built over 2,000 years ago.
Transforming the landscape was a feature of the era of the English Landscape Movement of the 18th century, when Capability Brown and others were in the right place at the right time to create a legacy that's still enjoyed by millions today.
The movement is an example of how civil engineering can be defined by eras triggered by policy, technology or the environment, for example: River Navigation Acts (1651-1850), Turnpike Trusts (1707 - 1888), canals (1763-1790), railways (1821-1867), national grid (1901-1938), and motorways (1958-1996).
This is in addition to an ongoing need for other major infrastructure projects, including water supply and sanitation, harbours, airports, flood control, and sea defences.