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ICE articles on Designing Buildings Wiki

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is a charity and international membership organisation established to foster and promote the art and science of civil engineering.

Articles by ICE on Designing Buildings Wiki include:

  1. Future finance - paying for infrastructure after Brexit. June 2019
  2. Infrastructure contracts: tailor-made or off-the-shelf? Jun 2019
  3. Putting the benefits of infrastructure front and centre. Jun 2019
  4. How digital twins can help facilitate a better built environment. May 2019
  5. Benefits, not cost, should be focus of key infrastructure projects. May 2019
  6. ICE launches engineering route map to deliver UN SDGs. May 2019
  7. The case for a new road-user charging scheme in London. May 2019
  8. How can engineers make use of the government’s climate projections report? May 2019
  9. National Digital Twin sounds exciting but we must do the hard stuff Apr 2019
  10. Defining the digital twin: seven essential steps. Apr 2019
  11. Achieving sustainable clean water infrastructure for all. Apr 2019
  12. Achieving sustainable roads funding in England. Mar 2019
  13. The 20-year project that dazzled at the ICE Awards. Apr 2019
  14. Will we burn fossil fuels to power wind turbines in the future? Apr 2019
  15. Capability Brown - proof that engineering for sustainability works.Apr 2019.
  16. Not a choice between renewables and nuclear - we need both. Apr 2019
  17. Forensic investigations: can we trust them? Mar 2019
  18. SuDS - is there light at the end of the tunnel? Mar 2019
  19. How to make roads safer: the debate continues. Mar 2109
  20. India looks at using plastic instead of sand. Mar 2019
  21. Why the UK needs to support emerging tech like energy storage. Mar 2019
  22. Civil engineers must report climate-change risk. Mar 2019
  23. Breaking Barriers in Infrastructure - perspectives from the profession. Feb 2019
  24. Off site, on track, Feb 2019.
  25. Developing the next generation of cementitious materials, Feb 2019.
  26. The pressure is on to protect the construction industry from Brexit, Feb 2019.
  27. A day in the life of a one-day design sprint, Feb 2019
  28. Mixed news from the Perkins Review, Feb 2019
  29. ICE People’s Choice Award 2018 winner, Feb 2019.
  30. Hong Kong launches Construction 2, Jan 2019.
  31. The future of UK power generation Jan 2019
  32. Planning for a more bio-resourceful future. Jan 2019
  33. What we need for the journey to net-zero carbon emissions. Jan 2019
  34. Learning from the Genoa bridge collapse. Jan 2019.
  35. Blockchain technology in the construction industry. December 2018
  36. Helping communities recover from disasters and protecting them before they occur. Dec 2018
  37. Plug and play skyscrapers. Dec 2018
  38. How Britain can manage risk better to deliver world-class infrastructure. Dec 2018
  39. How mediation can help unlock project disputes. Dec 2018
  40. Bridges to Prosperity programme. Nov 2018
  41. Infrastructure nationalisation. Nov 2018
  42. NEC4 contract creates a procurement alliance arrangement for all stakeholders. Nov 2018
  43. Andrew Wyllie to become ICE President. Nov 2018
  44. Inclusive cities and transport investment. Nov 2018
  45. State of the Nation Scotland 2018: Infrastructure investment. Nov 2018
  46. Autumn Budget 2018. Oct 2018
  47. Designing for cycle traffic. Oct 2018
  48. Global Engineering Congress 2018. Oct 2018
  49. Global warming and the tipping point precipice. Oct 2018
  50. Planning construction projects. Oct 2018
  51. State of the Nation 2018: Infrastructure Investment. Oct 2018
  52. Transport networks in winter. Oct 2018
  53. Big data from smart infrastructure. Sep 2018
  54. Cyber security and engineering. Sep 2018
  55. Data and behaviours in construction. Sep 2018
  56. Scottish Government - Programme for Government 2018-19. Sep 2018
  57. Six things civil engineers could do for better results. Sep 2018
  58. Sustainable Development Goals and civil engineering. Sep 2018
  59. Visions for future cities. Sep 2018
  60. Boosting electric vehicle use. Aug 2018
  61. Civil engineers shortage. Aug 2018
  62. Data and infrastructure productivity. Aug 2018
  63. Empirical design. Aug 2018
  64. Highway engineers and drainage. Aug 2018
  65. How to make projects off-site ready. Aug 2018
  66. Using robots to close the gap between designing and making. Aug 2018
  67. Civil engineering soft and digital skills. Jul 2018
  68. Computational fluid dynamics and urban planning. Jul 2018
  69. Electric vehicle future. Jul 2018
  70. Making cities more gender inclusive. Jul 2018
  71. Metro cities - the future of urbanisation. Jul 2018
  72. Ripe for transformation, ready for change? Jul 2018
  73. Social sustainability vs environmental sustainability. Jul 2018
  74. Social value of infrastructure. Jul 2018
  75. Underground space. Jul 2018
  76. World Youth Skills Day. Jul 2018
  77. ICE recommendations for the Government Construction Strategy 2018 update. Jun 2018
  78. Interoperability: The ability of computer systems or software to exchange and make use of information. Jun 2018
  79. Brexit and infrastructure interconnectivity. Jun 2018
  80. Building sector failing on supervision. Jun 2018
  81. Initial Professional Development for Civil Engineers. Jun 2018
  82. Sub-national transport bodies. Jun 2018
  83. Water investment. Jun 2018
  84. Cutting road congestion. May 2018
  85. Fly ash supplies dwindling. May 2018
  86. How drones can improve safety and productivity. May 2018
  87. Water Environment Grant (WEG). May 2018
  88. Water industry pressures. May 2018
  89. Construction's interoperability challenge. Apr 2018
  90. Forgetting the big picture when considering sustainability. Apr 2018
  91. Stabilising the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Apr 2018
  92. The role of the engineer in creating inclusive cities. Apr 2018
  93. Boosting civil engineering apprenticeships. Mar 2018
  94. Platooning. Mar 2018
  95. The future of transport in the UK. Mar 2018
  96. Cambridge-Oxford connection: Ideas competition. Feb 2018
  97. Inspiring young civil engineers. Feb 2018
  98. Northern Powerhouse discussion. Feb 2018
  99. Offsite manufacturing and standardised design. Feb 2018
  100. Project 13 programme. Feb 2018
  101. Smart motorways procurement plan. Feb 2018
  102. Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems - latest guidance. Feb 2018
  103. Tackling mental health - 6 point plan. Feb 2018
  104. Thames - a river highway. Feb 2018
  105. Treating data as part of infrastructure. Feb 2018
  106. ICE online archives. Jan 2018
  107. Lords industrial strategy debate. Jan 2018
  108. Avoiding disaster in existing buildings and infrastructure. Jan 2018
  109. Graphene in civil engineering. Jan 2018
  110. How to gain a competitive edge with digital technologies. Jan 2018
  111. ICE 200. Jan 2018
  112. Autonomous vehicles - do we trust them?. Dec 2017
  113. Modern train stations. Dec 2017
  114. Why engineers need to know more about existing infrastructure. Dec 2017
  115. Scottish Government Budget 2018-19. Dec 2017
  116. Tackling mental health issues in construction. Dec 2017
  117. Energy from waste. Nov 2017
  118. Highway infrastructure and local authorities. Nov 2017
  119. In Plain Sight: reducing the risk of infrastructure failure. Nov 2017
  120. Professor Lord Mair to become ICE President. Nov 2017
  121. Water resource planning. Nov 2017
  122. What to expect of sustainability professionals. Nov 2017
  123. Civil engineering careers advice and guidance. Nov 2017
  124. Sustainable shoreline protection solutions. Nov 2017
  125. Conservative conference - industrial strategy. Oct 2017
  126. Engineering Cleaner Air. Oct 2017
  127. Rethinking masterplanning. Oct 2017
  128. Teeside Collective - carbon capture and storage. Oct 2017
  129. The convergence of technology and infrastructure sectors. Oct 2017
  130. Data-driven mobility. Oct 2017
  131. What we need to do to outsmart the robots. Oct 2017
  132. Age diversity for social cohesion. Sep 2017
  133. Civil engineering and language. Sep 2017
  134. High-density floating track slab. Sep 2017
  135. Perceptions of the construction sector. Sep 2017
  136. Subsidy-free low carbon electricity. Sep 2017
  137. Super-strength steel structures. Sep 2017
  138. The impact of artificial intelligence on built environment. Sep 2017
  139. UK decarbonisation. Sep 2017
  140. Concrete and fire safety. Aug 2017
  141. NEC contracts and collaborative working. Aug 2017
  142. NEC early warning notices - a tool of mutual benefit. Aug 2017
  143. Review of Industry Digitisation. Aug 2017
  144. Sustainable water management. Aug 2017
  145. Thames Tideway update. Aug 2017
  146. The impact of digital on civil engineering. Aug 2017
  147. What makes a great place to work? Aug 2017
  148. Data-centric business model. Aug 2017
  149. Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). Jul 2017
  150. Compensation events and Brexit. Jul 2017
  151. Hydroinformatics. Jul 2017
  152. ICE Grenfell Tower review. Jul 2017
  153. NEC4 Alliance contract. Jul 2017
  154. The readiness of UK companies to adopt new digital technologies. Jul 2017
  155. Urban design education. Jul 2017
  156. East West Metro Tunnel, Calcutta. Jun 2017
  157. Follo Line, Norway. Jun 2017
  158. Global undergrounds - exploring cities within. Jun 2017
  159. Helping achieve the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Jun 2017
  160. NEC4 - legal and insurance aspects. Jun 2017
  161. NEC4 Design, Build and Operate Contract. Jun 2017
  162. Trading systems for water resources. Jun 2017
  163. 2017 election manifestos and infrastructure. Jun 2017
  164. Smart cities need to find some smarter answers. Jun 2017
  165. What engineers really do for a living. Jun 2017
  166. Autonomous vehicles and the insurance market. May 2017
  167. Engineers and politics. May 2017
  168. Guide Dogs' Inclusivity campaign. May 2017
  169. Mixed reality. May 2017
  170. Place infrastructure at the heart of economic policy. May 2017
  171. Sustainable Living research project. May 2017
  172. Bamboo. Apr 2017
  173. Building an industrial strategy. Apr 2017
  174. Dynamic response to energy. Apr 2017
  175. Engineering resilience to human threats. Apr 2017
  176. How to connect unconnected vehicles. Apr 2017
  177. Key Brexit challenges facing infrastructure and construction. Apr 2017
  178. Professional conduct in the construction industry. Apr 2017
  179. Property flood resilience. Apr 2017
  180. Safeguarding infrastructure post-Brexit. Apr 2017
  181. Significant Code Review. Apr 2017
  182. Skills shortage and Brexit. Apr 2017
  183. Tunnel Engineering Exhibition 2017. Apr 2017
  184. Making the most of big data. Apr 2017
  185. Energy, resilience and climate change knowledge campaign. Mar 2017
  186. How to make the digital revolution a success. Mar 2017
  187. Inclusivity in engineering. Mar 2017
  188. PFIs and adjudication. Mar 2017
  189. Routes to low carbon energy. Mar 2017
  190. State of the nation: Digital transformation. Mar 2017
  191. Vital infrastructure and redevelopment. Mar 2017
  192. Digital communications and infrastructure dependencies. Mar 2017
  193. Digital transformation - engineers need to keep pace. Mar 2017
  194. NEC4. Mar 2017
  195. Systems thinking. Mar 2017
  196. Temporary flood defences. Mar 2017
  197. Car sharing. Feb 2017
  198. Data from smart energy meters. Feb 2017
  199. Improving the energy efficiency of buildings. Feb 2017
  200. Infrastructure and cyber attacks. Feb 2017
  201. Municipal energy - briefing sheet. Feb 2017
  202. Planning and managing Hinkley Point C. Feb 2017
  203. Structural engineering codes. Feb 2017
  204. SuDS survey. Feb 2017
  205. Civil Engineering Procedure. Jan 2017
  206. Engineering in the 21st century. Jan 2017
  207. How new technologies can extend the lifetimes of heritage structures. Jan 2017
  208. ICE Peoples Choice Award 2017. Jan 2017
  209. Jane Jacobs and garden villages. Jan 2017
  210. The challenges facing Hyperloop One. Jan 2017
  211. The future of green infrastructure. Jan 2017
  212. The role of transport in ending global poverty. Jan 2017
  213. Why BIM will carry on booming. Jan 2017
  214. BIM in infrastructure. Jan 2017
  215. Why we need to grasp the whole life cycle. Jan 2017
  216. Creating a smarter, more flexible energy system. Dec 2016
  217. Forensic engineering in developing countries. Dec 2016
  218. Infrastructure under Mayor Sadiq Khan. Dec 2016
  219. The transport revolution of Hyperloop. Dec 2016
  220. Adjudicators and bias. Nov 2016
  221. Industrial plant and construction operations. Nov 2016
  222. Queensferry Crossing. Nov 2016
  223. What has the UK done about carbon reduction since the Paris Agreement? Nov 2016
  224. Carbon capture and storage. Oct 2016
  225. Devolution and development. Oct 2016
  226. Earthen construction. Oct 2016
  227. Global positioning systems and global navigation satellite systems. Oct 2016
  228. Marine energy. Oct 2016
  229. National Needs Assessment NNA. Oct 2016
  230. Bridge Engineering exhibition. Oct 2016
  231. Engineers and hurricanes. Sep 2016
  232. ICE recommendations on Palace of Westminster. Sep 2016
  233. Managing and responding to disaster. Sep 2016
  234. Smarter future for energy. Sep 2016
  235. What the new retail market will mean for the water sector. Sep 2016
  236. Water management strategies. Sep 2016
  237. Artificial intelligence and civil engineering. Aug 2016
  238. Augmented reality in construction. Aug 2016
  239. Birmingham Central Library demolition. Aug 2016
  240. Construction Planning, 2nd ed.. Aug 2016
  241. Smart motorway. Aug 2016
  242. Post-Brexit vision for construction. Aug 2016
  243. Structural vibration. Aug 2016
  244. Alkali-aggregate reaction (AAR). Jul 2016
  245. BIM in Germany. Jul 2016
  246. Brexit - The case for infrastructure. Jul 2016
  247. Delta Works sea defences. Jul 2016
  248. Assessing bridges. Jul 2016
  249. Keeping Humber Bridge moving. Jul 2016
  250. Overcoming the challenges of Brexit. Jul 2016
  251. Captain William Francis Dawson military engineer. Jun 2016
  252. General Hugh Debbieg military engineer and surveyor. Jun 2016
  253. Infrastructure Transformation. Jun 2016
  254. Major Henry De Bude. Jun 2016
  255. Matthew Davidson stonemason and civil engineer. Jun 2016
  256. Oil - a global perspective. Jun 2016
  257. Robert Davies shipwright. Jun 2016
  258. Shale gas. Jun 2016
  259. Sir Bernard De Gomme. Jun 2016
  260. State of the nation: Devolution. Jun 2016
  261. The use of drones in the construction of Crossrail. Jun 2016
  262. Water transfers and interconnections. Jun 2016
  263. Abraham Darby III. May 2016
  264. Delaval family. May 2016
  265. James Davidson civil engineer. May 2016
  266. John Peter Desmaretz. May 2016
  267. John Theophilus Desaguliers. May 2016
  268. Lord Basil William Douglas Daer. May 2016
  269. Marine energy and hydropower. May 2016
  270. Natural gas. May 2016
  271. Robert Daglish. May 2016
  272. William Dargan civil engineering contractor. May 2016
  273. Hydropower. May 2016
  274. Recyclable construction materials. Apr 2016
  275. Road improvement scheme consultation. Apr 2016
  276. Sustainable water. Apr 2016
  277. Design standards for road development and improvement schemes. Mar 2016
  278. Ethical sourcing. Mar 2016
  279. Groundwater control in urban areas. Mar 2016
  280. Hounslow highways pathfinder private finance initiative case study. Mar 2016
  281. NEC contracts - road development and management schemes. Mar 2016
  282. PAS 2080 Carbon management in Infrastructure. Mar 2016
  283. Road development process. Mar 2016
  284. Supply chain collaboration. Mar 2016
  285. The NEC and the Z clause. Mar 2016
  286. Types of road and street. Mar 2016
  287. Air Quality Taskforce. Feb 2016
  288. Buying green in the construction industry. Feb 2016
  289. Sinkholes. Nov 2015
  290. PAS 256: Buried assets. Oct 2015
  291. The Trabocchi. Sep 2015
  292. Dove Stone Hydropower. Aug 2015
  293. Offsite manufacturing. Aug 2015
  294. Diversity in the construction industry. Jun 2015
  295. Solar energy. Jun 2015
  296. Institution of Civil Engineers ICE. Apr 2014

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