Institution of Civil Engineers - East of England Region
ICE is an international membership organisation that promotes and advances civil engineering around the world. ICE is a qualifying body, a centre for the exchange of specialist knowledge, and a provider of resources to encourage innovation and excellence in the profession worldwide. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org - t: +44 (0)1223 842067
|Address:||High Green, Great Shelford, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)|
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) was founded in 1818 to ensure professionalism in civil engineering. It represents 90,000+ qualified and student civil engineers in the UK and across the globe. The ICE has long worked with the government of the day to help it to achieve its objectives, and has worked with industry to ensure that construction and civil engineering remain major contributors to the UK economy and UK exports. The Institution consists of 12 regions, ICE East of England includes Bedfordshire, Cambridge, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk, Peterborough and Suffolk where it serves over 5000 members.
A free exhibition at the Institution of Civil Engineer’s (ICE) London headquarters challenges the public to think about the impact of what's flushed into sewers, as well as the role of civil engineers in society. 'Don’t Feed the Fatberg’ is a challenge issued to the UK public.
26 March 2019Read in full
Civil engineering student Neil Thompson from Bury St Edmunds has won the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) East of England Best Technician Student Award.
5 March 2019Read in full
The United States National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has recognised Professor Lord Robert Mair for his contributions to engineering. The Cambridge-based tunnelling specialist is also the Immediate Past-President of the Institution of Civil Engineers(ICE). During the Institution’s bicentennial year (1818-2018) he was its 153rd President.
18 February 2019Read in full
Eight in 10 civil engineers believe that a skills shortage is the main challenge for the future of the industry, and over half (58%) of junior civil engineers believe that this challenge could be overcome by adopting new technology.
1 February 2019Read in full
The Kaikoura earthquake recovery project in New Zealand has won the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award 2018. It was one of 10 international civil engineering schemes shortlisted.
20 November 2018Read in full
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE) signed an agreement in London last week.
2 November 2018Read in full
A new report calls on the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) to play a bigger role in empowering engineers to come forward with concerns about infrastructure safety.
1 November 2018Read in full
The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has welcomed the investment the government has announced for the UK's major road networks, but warns that much more funding is still needed for local roads.
31 October 2018Read in full
Ahead of this year’s Global Engineering Congress which takes place at the Institution of Civil Engineers from 22-26 October, energy consultant Diana Guzmán-Barraza offers her insight into the challenges of meeting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs).
4 October 2018Read in full
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, the royal patron for the Institution of Civil Engineers' (ICE) Shaping the World Appeal has visited ICE’s Westminster HQ to see the results of the campaign, which included the creation of a flagship public exhibition space.
24 September 2018Read in full