The move follows overwhelming support by members to open up membership to a wider group of built environment professionals.
Modern engineering teams, such as those working on the Crossrail project, include a diverse range of professionals including civil engineers, architects, surveyors, lawyers, accountants, environmentalists and health and safety experts. The AMICE grade is aimed at bringing those allied professionals into ICE’s membership where they will be able to benefit from a huge range of resources, including knowledge, networking and thought leadership.
The institution and its existing members will also benefit from this influx of skills, talent and knowledge, helping to shape our thinking, offering a broader, more holistic view on the global engineering challenges of today.
What does Associate Membership of ICE offer?
- Skills – Access to vast knowledge resources, helping to improve job performance
- Career – Delivering greater understanding of the professionals you work alongside and curated training
- Networking – Exchanging knowledge and contacts with industry influencers
- Recognition – AMICE post nominal letters provide a mark of distinction
- One Great George Street – Access to the iconic home of civil engineering, including the Member Resource Hub and discounts at café and brasserie
AMICE also offers a 10% discount on ICE training and access to a range of free and discounted events, free recorded lectures to watch online, a complementary online subscription to ICE’s Member magazine ‘New Civil Engineer’, a free monthly digital Civil Engineering Journal and ICE library services including Ask Brunel, our free question answering service.
To access all of the benefits of becoming an Associate Member, you can apply now at https://www.ice.org.uk/amice