About The Institution of Civil Engineers

ICE is home to a global network of civil engineers

The Institution of Civil Engineers
Institute / association
United Kingdom

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. It was founded in 1818 and was granted a royal charter in 1828. Its head office is at One Great George Street in Westminster, London, and it represents more than 86,000 members worldwide.

As well as supporting its members to become qualified, it also encourages them to continue their professional development by providing a variety of knowledge resources. These include industry-leading publications and tailored training courses.

In September 2015 ICE became a sponsor of Designing Buildings Wiki. ICE's Director of Engineering Knowledge, Nathan Baker, said, “ICE is the world's oldest engineering institution, established nearly 200 years ago. Our knowledge base is rich and diverse, and as a Learned Society, fostering and sharing this knowledge through a variety of resources sits at the heart of what we do. It encourages innovation and excellence in the industry – and ultimately benefits society."

Designing Buildings Wiki Chairman David Trench CBE said, “ICE are a vital addition to our family of high-profile supporters, helping us become a truly comprehensive knowledge base, representative of the whole construction industry."

Articles by ICE on Designing Buildings Wiki include:

  1. Lords industrial strategy debate. Jan 2018
  2. ICE online archives. Jan 2018
  3. Why engineers need to know more about existing infrastructure. Dec 2017
  4. Autonomous vehicles - do we trust them? Dec 2017
  5. Modern train stations. Dec 2017
  6. Water resource planning. Nov 2017
  7. Energy from waste. Nov 2017
  8. What to expect of sustainability professionals. Nov 2017
  9. Professor Lord Mair to become ICE President. Nov 2017
  10. Highway infrastructure and local authorities. Nov 2017
  11. In Plain Sight: reducing the risk of infrastructure failure. Nov 2017
  12. Teeside Collective - carbon capture and storage. October 2017
  13. The convergence of technology and infrastructure sectors. October 2017
  14. Conservative conference - industrial strategy. October 2017
  15. Engineering Cleaner Air. October 2017.
  16. Rethinking Masterplanning. October 2017.
  17. High density floating track slab. Sept 2017
  18. Subsidy-free low carbon electricity. Sept 2017
  19. Perceptions of the construction sector. Sept 2017
  20. The impact of artificial intelligence on built environment. Sept 2017
  21. Super-strength steel structures. Sept 2017
  22. Civil engineering and language. Sept 2017
  23. Age diversity for social cohesion. Sept 2017
  24. UK decarbonisation. Sept 2017
  25. NEC contracts and collaborative working. Aug 2017
  26. What makes a great place to work? Aug 2017
  27. Thames Tideway update. Aug 2017
  28. Concrete and fire safety. Aug 2017
  29. The impact of digital on civil engineering. Aug 2017
  30. Sustainable water management. Aug 2017
  31. Review of Industry Digitisation. Aug 2017
  32. NEC early warning notices - a tool of mutual benefit. Aug 2017
  33. Hydroinformatics. July 2017
  34. Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). July 2017
  35. Compensation events and Brexit. July 2017
  36. The readiness of UK companies to adopt new digital technologies. July 2017
  37. Urban design education. July 2017
  38. NEC4 Alliance contract. July 2017
  39. Global undergrounds - exploring cities within. June 2017
  40. Helping achieve the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. June 2017
  41. NEC4 Design, Build and Operate Contract. June 2017
  42. Follo Line, Norway. June 2017
  43. East West Metro Tunnel, Calcutta. June 2017
  44. NEC4 - legal and insurance aspects. June 2017
  45. Trading systems for water resources. June 2017
  46. Guide Dogs' Inclusivity campaign. May 2017
  47. Place infrastructure at the heart of economic policy. May 2017
  48. Autonomous vehicles and insurance. May 2017
  49. Sustainable Living research project. May 2017
  50. Mixed reality. May 2017
  51. Engineers and politics. May 2017
  52. Dynamic response to energy. Apr 2017
  53. Property flood resilience. Apr 2017
  54. Skills shortage and Brexit. Apr 2017
  55. Professional conduct. Apr 2017
  56. Tunnel Engineering Exhibition 2017. Apr 2017
  57. Building an industrial strategy. Apr 2017
  58. How to connect unconnected vehicles. Apr 2017
  59. Engineering resilience to human threats. Apr 2017
  60. Key Brexit challenges facing infrastructure and construction. Apr 2017
  61. Significant Code Review. Apr 2017
  62. Bamboo. Apr 2017
  63. Safeguarding infrastructure post-Brexit. Apr 2017
  64. State of the nation: Digital transformation. Mar 2017
  65. ICE Grenfell Tower review. July 2017
  66. Inclusivity in engineering. Mar 2017
  67. PFIs and adjudication. Mar 2017
  68. Vital infrastructure and redevelopment. Mar 2017
  69. Routes to low carbon energy. Mar 2017
  70. Energy, resilience and climate change knowledge campaign. Mar 2017
  71. How to make the digital revolution a success. Mar 2017
  72. Infrastructure and cyber attacks. Feb 2017.
  73. Planning and managing Hinkley Point C. Feb 2017
  74. Municipal energy. Feb 2017
  75. Data from smart energy meters. Feb 2017
  76. Structural engineering codes. Feb 2017
  77. Car sharing. Feb 2017
  78. Improving the energy efficiency of buildings. Feb 2017
  79. Why BIM will carry on booming. Jan 2017
  80. ICE Peoples Choice Award 2017. Jan 2017
  81. The challenges facing Hyperloop One. Jan 2017
  82. The role of transport in ending global poverty. Jan 2017
  83. Civil Engineering Procedure. Jan 2017
  84. Jane Jacobs and garden villages. Jan 2017
  85. How new technologies can extend the lifetimes of heritage structures. Jan 2017
  86. The future of green infrastructure. Jan 2017
  87. Engineering in the 21st century. Jan 2017
  88. Forensic engineering in developing countries. Dec 2016
  89. Creating a smarter, more flexible energy system. Dec 2016
  90. Infrastructure under Mayor Sadiq Khan. Dec 2016
  91. Adjudicators and bias. Nov 2016
  92. Industrial plant and construction operations. Nov 2016
  93. Queensferry Crossing. Nov 2016
  94. What has the UK done about carbon reduction since the Paris Agreement? Nov 2016
  95. Marine energy. Oct 2016
  96. Carbon capture and storage. Oct 2016
  97. National Needs Assessment. Oct 2016
  98. Devolution and development. Oct 2016
  99. Earthen construction. Oct 2016
  100. What the new retail market will mean for the water sector. Sept 2016
  101. ICE recommendations on Palace of Westminster. Sept 2016
  102. Smarter future for energy. Sept 2016
  103. Managing and responding to disasters. Sept 2016
  104. Engineers and hurricanes. Sept 2016
  105. Artificial intelligence and civil engineering. August 2016
  106. Birmingham Central Library demolition. August 2016.
  107. Smart motorway. August 2016
  108. Augmented reality in construction. August 2016.
  109. Construction Planning, 2nd ed. August 2016.
  110. Alkali-aggregate reaction. July 2016
  111. Delta Works sea defences. July 2016.
  112. Keeping the Humber bridge moving. July 2016.
  113. BIM in Germany. July 2016.
  114. Brexit - The case for infrastructure. July 2016.
  115. State of the nation: Devolution. June 2016.
  116. Shale gas. June 2016.
  117. Infrastructure Transformation. June 2016.
  118. Water transfers and interconnections. June 2016.
  119. Oil - a global perspective. June 2016.
  120. The use of drones in the construction of Crossrail. June 2016.
  121. Matthew Davidson. June 2016
  122. Captain William Francis Dawson. June 2016
  123. Robert Davies. June 2016
  124. General Hugh Debbieg. June 2016
  125. Major Henry De Bude. June 2016
  126. Sir Bernard De Gomme. June 2016
  127. Delaval family. May 2016
  128. John Theophilus Desaguliers. May 2016
  129. John Peter Desmaretz. May 2016
  130. Natural gas. May 2016.
  131. Marine energy and hydropower. May 2016.
  132. Abraham Darby III. May 2016
  133. William Dargan. May 2016
  134. James Davidson. May 2016
  135. Robert Daglish. May 2016.
  136. Lord Basil William Douglas Daer. May 2016
  137. Road improvement scheme consultation. April 2016.
  138. Ethical sourcing. April 2016
  139. Sustainable water. April 2016.
  140. Recyclable construction materials. April 2016.
  141. Road development process. March 2016.
  142. Types of road and street. March 2016
  143. NEC contracts - road development and management schemes. March 2016.
  144. Hounslow highways pathfinder private finance initiative case study. March 2016.
  145. Ethical sourcing. March 2016.
  146. Groundwater control in urban areas. March 2016.
  147. The NEC and the Z clause. March 2016.
  148. Design standards for road development and improvement schemes. March 2016.
  149. PAS 2080 Carbon management in Infrastructure. March 2016.
  150. Supply chain collaboration. March 2016.
  151. Air Quality Taskforce. February 2016.
  152. Buying green in the construction industry. February 2016.
  153. The use of drones in the construction of Crossrail. November 2015.
  154. Sinkholes. November 2015.
  155. Global positioning systems and global navigation satellite systems. October 2016
  156. Hounslow highways pathfinder private finance initiative case study. October 2015.
  157. Publicly Available Specification to improve the visibility and resilience of buried services. October 2015.
  158. The Trabocchi. September 2015.
  159. Dove Stone Hydropower. August 2015.
  160. Offsite manufacturing. August 2015.
  161. Diversity in the construction industry. June 2015.
  162. Solar energy. June 2015
  163. Institution of Civil Engineers ICE. April 2014.

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