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Wetland Management
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Exhibition

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The exhibition explores the future of infrastructure and the role of civil engineers in helping society respond to the challenges of climate change and meet net zero targets by 2050. Featuring original hand-drawn illustrations and animations, six children talk to TV presenter and engineer Rob Bell a…

Date
14 June 2024
Type
Page

Awards

ICE Wales Cymru organises a number of competitions and awards to celebrate the achievements of civil engineers and recognise outstanding work in the region.

Date
12 July 2024
Type
WICE Project

Marches Mosses BogLIFE Project

Restoring one of the rarest habitats on Earth Over 96% of peat bogs have been destroyed after hundreds of years of exploitation. This project was designed to restore Britain’s third-largest lowland raised peatbog within the Fenn’s, Whixall and Bettisfield Mosses National Nature Reserves. They’re loc…

Date
30 June 2023

ICE Publishing provides technical and management journals and books for civil engineering professionals, academics and students worldwide. Many of these publications are available through the ICE Virtual Library.

Date
31 May 2023
Type
Page

NEC Contracts

NEC contracts can be used for buying a diverse range of works, services and supply. They are widely used in industry because they clearly define project management principles and practices, and legal relationships. They are also the only contracts endorsed by the Office of Government Commerce.

Date
06 April 2023

ICE South West Civil Engineering Awards 2024 in association with Kier BAM

Date
25 June 2024

The circular economy has the potential for profound change in civil engineering and infrastructure development projects. So say Jacqui Glass, David Greenfield and Phil Longhurst, editors of a new themed issue of the ICE Waste and Resource Management journal.

Date
02 June 2017

The Wales Cymru Awards celebrate projects of all sizes and scopes from across the region

Date
14 May 2024

The £21m Steart Coastal Management Project is one of the UK's largest coastal management schemes. It is an example of taking a working with nature approach to addressing the challenge of flood risk from rising sea levels and increased frequency of storms.

Date
13 October 2015

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