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The standard for managing carbon in the built environment is being revised this year.
Eleven ICE members feature in this year’s inspirational list.
ICE unveils a new exhibition highlighting the role of civil engineers in meeting the challenges of climate change and achieving net zero targets.
Introducing this year's ICE STEM Ambassador of the Year and the UK regional winners who have been recognised for inspiring the next generation of civil engineers.
A report commissioned by ICE Scotland has said bolder steps are needed to enable quicker and more effective decarbonisation of the country's infrastructure.
The former ICE President transformed the city's water supply, after working on Manchester's infrastructure.
The pioneering drainage system is an example of how an 18th century heritage asset can provide 21st century solutions to today's issues.
Scotland's first annual engineering climate conference provides an opportunity to share best practice in reducing carbon and our impact on the environment.
ICE Scotland has called upon the newly-elected government to prioritise infrastructure when it develops plans to stimulate the economy and aid post-Covid recovery.
Nominations are open for the 2020/21 Scottish Civil Engineering Awards organised by ICE Scotland and CECA Scotland.
ICE Scotland, along with other leading experts on the built environment, has called for a more strategic approach to policy integration.
Following the publication of the Scottish Government's Infrastructure Investment Plan and Capital Spending Review, ICE Scotland has called for an urgent review of the country's infrastructure to ensure it is fit for purpose.