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Engineers Without Borders UK

Use engineering skill and innovation to help developing countries around the world The first Engineers without Borders (EWB) group in the UK started at Cambridge University in 2001. It registered as a charity in 2003. EWB UK had its first overseas placement in 2002 with the Organisation for Social a…

Date
20 June 2023

Build a dam to irrigate sugar plantations The Kiri Dam is in Adamawa state in the north east of Nigeria. Built across the Gongola river, the 1.25km-long, 20m-high dam was mainly completed in 1982. The scheme created the reservoir Lake Kiri, which has a capacity of 615m cubic metres. The structure is…

Date
20 June 2023

Design the Antarctic research base so that it can be easily moved if the ice breaks Antarctica is a unique and unspoilt environment, ideal for studying many earth sciences – including ecology, biodiversity and climate change. By 2004 the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) research base Halley V was in d…

Date
20 June 2023
Type
WICE Project

Landslip mitigation Hong Kong

Come up with a way of stopping landslide disasters after heavy rains in Hong Kong Hong Kong has a population of over 7 million people in a small land area – around 1,100km2. Much of this is natural terrain and there has always been a shortage of flat land to build on. Hong Kong’s economy expanded ra…

Date
20 June 2023
Type
WICE Project

Tsing Ma Bridge, Hong Kong

Build a crossing between central Hong Kong and Chek Lap Kok Airport Tsing Ma Bridge is a bridge in Hong Kong. It’s part of the Lantau Link, a road and rail scheme built to connect Lantau – Hong Kong’s biggest island – to the airport at Chek Lap Kok, also known as Hong Kong International Airport. The…

Date
20 June 2023
Type
WICE Project

Colwyn Bay Waterfront

Improve coastal defences and regenerate a Victorian promenade Colwyn Bay, once a popular Victorian seaside resort, has been transformed by the Waterfront project. Phase 1b/c combined the construction of a new section of promenade, concrete stepped revetment and beach improvements. The project has pr…

Date
20 June 2023
Online

Looking to enhance your knowledge of sustainable cooling practices? Don't miss the ICE MENA online learned event! How can we optimise cooling systems for a sustainable future? Join us for an insightful webinar on this important topic with our expert speaker.

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Online
Date
13 June 2024
Time
19:00 - 20:30 GST

Dr Andrew Ridley will present his work on Monitoring the performance of clay slopes, for which he received the ICE John Mitchell Medal in 2016.

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United Kingdom,
Date
11 January 2017
Time
18:00 - 19:45 GMT
In person

Join the ICE West Midlands Seniors Group, for lunch and a presentation on the Dale Dyke Dam Disaster. 

event-location
Rowley Regis, United Kingdom
Date
06 March 2024
Time
12:30 - 15:00 GMT

In the latest in our ‘Coping with lockdown’ series of blogs, expat civil engineer Mark Anthony Santiago describes what it’s like working in a foreign country, separated from friends and family while trying to focus on a construction project.

Date
12 January 2022

Following ICE President Paul Sheffield's recent visit to the Yorkshire & Humber region and his reiteration of the need to integrate digital into infrastructure, President’s Future Leader Hayley Jackson reflects on Sheffield City Council's initiative with Smart City Technology.

Date
19 January 2023

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