New Year, New Learning Opportunities
Published: 04 Jan 2018
Start the New Year by exploring the trends shaping the future of civil engineering, from smart asset management and digital infrastructure to resilient emergency management.
Find out more about the topics shaping the industry at ICE’s upcoming conferences, lectures and webinars.
There is immediacy about safety in the workplace that doesn't exist for the less visible health risks, however construction has the highest number of occupational cancer deaths. Join CEOs, Senior Directors, H&S Managers and practitioners at this event to take action on achieving a mentality shift to improve working conditions. Register for free now.
ICE's Infrastructure District at Ecobuild will bring together the people who make the modern world work to demonstrate how infrastructure can transform people’s lives across the globe. Learn more about the event at ecobuild.co.uk and get your free tickets today.
Free Lectures and Webinars
After touring the world, the 11th Brunel Lecture “From risk to resilience” is back in London, where speaker Eelco Dykstra will present his analysis and conclusions from international feedback, as well as offer recommendations for the future.
Hear industry experts share their experience working at today’s intersection of infrastructure and technology, with particular focus on managing infrastructure assets in a smarter way. Speakers include experts from Skanska, Tideway, Cementys Group and Topcon Positioning Group.
The topic of the 2018 lecture will be re-thinking site investigation design, practice and procurement. Book now to secure your place at this popular event and hear a thought-provoking presentation by Leonard Threadgold from Geotechnics.
This lunchtime webinar will explore how the BIM process can benefit the infrastructure industry by improving design efficiency, accuracy and speed; chart industry progress towards implementing BIM Level 3.
This lecture will examine the successes and failures of the £100 million London Cycle Network project and discuss the standard of the highway engineering schemes delivered.
This lecture will consider the viability of tidal stream and tidal range of the Severn estuary that could produce a total of about 7% of the country’s energy needs.
For a complete run down of the ICE’s events click here
For a full overview of the ICE’s 2018 Knowledge Programme click here