Image: Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) event, 2016
The events listed below are given in reverse chronological order.
This event in 2017 will cover the latest developments across maritime engineering topics from coasts to ports, waterfronts to breakwaters; the full spectrum of research and study, and design, construction and operations.
A whole life approach to asset management is crucial for preparing infrastructure for an uncertain and complex future. ICE recognises that asset management knowledge is a key part of civil engineers’ skill sets, and work throughout the year to improve practices and catalyse innovation in the sector.
As BIM becomes fully realised it has the potential to transform industry. Infrastructure assets will have more efficient maintenance cycles, more resilient performance and improved sustainability options; all of which will play significant roles in realising the objectives of Construction 2025.
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ICE's Flooding and Water Management conference in June will attract senior decision makers from across the supply chain to address how the UK needs to respond to deal with these issues.
The International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction (ICSIC) will bring together world-leading academics and practitioners from the fields of infrastructure planning, asset management and sensing. The unique combination of fields and disciplines focusing on the power of smarter information will provide opportunities to confront persistent barriers and develop novel, proactive solutions
A three-week programme of coursework, lectures, laboratory experience and non-academic activities where civil engineering graduate students will learn about smart structures technology and its applications
ICE Bridges 2016 is an opportunity for the design, construction and maintenance communities to learn from innovative projects, hear about new approaches and understand the specifics of regulation changes. The third one day conference in this popular series, ICE Bridges offers networking and insight for the whole supply chain. The event will explore methods to assess, manage, maintain and upgrade ageing assets, and levers the independence and specialist knowledge of the 200 year old ICE.
Construction accounts one third of fatal injuries in Britain, making workers in the sector nearly four times more likely to be killed than the average worker.
The vast majority of UK travel is by road, however in recent years we have seen a decline in maintenance and increase in the number of roads in urgent need of attention. To tackle current issues, the UK Government has committed to a record £6 billion funding until 2021.
CSIC, Innovate UK and KTN Built Environment will co-host an event, Innovation in Digital Infrastructure Condition Monitoring, on 15 April at King’s College, University of Cambridge.
The event will bring professionals together to identify vital and innovative procurement practices to make a positive difference in project delivery by reducing costs and wast
IWA Young Water Professionals Conference is returning for a 17th year in March 2016. The event continues to be ambitious, hosting a larger and more diverse audience this year than ever before. Attendees include representatives from water companies, regulators, contractors and researchers
This one day conference will help planners and engineers optimise the connection and liveability opportunities, promote resilience and highlight the specialist skills required.
CSIC’s Big Data event, which was part of an ongoing series on Future Technologies, explored the theme of big data in the context of smart infrastructure and construction
Dr Keith Bowers CEng FICE MIMMM FGS Profession Head: Tunnels London Underground Limited will be giving the CSIC Annual Lecture 2015. The lecture is entitled: 'London's transport: infrastructure, value and the case for innovation'
The Cambridge Conference on Wireless Sensor Network for Civil Engineering and Infrastructure Monitoring