About ICE

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is a professional membership body that government and industry listen to while providing unrivalled support to our 90,000 civil engineer members.
 

How ICE works, our history and what being a member means

  • What we do

    Find out more about ICE, our services and the people who make it all happen

  • Who runs ICE

    Learn about how we work, the huge part our members play, and our future plans

  • About our members

    Search for qualified members, see our newest members and those applying.

  • Our history

    Read about how ICE was formed, our Royal Charter and the people who helped us grow

  • Who to contact

    Need help with a question? We'll put you in touch with the right person

  • Work for ICE

    Fid out more about the benefits of working for ICE and search our current vacancies

  • Reasons to join ICE

    If you work in the built environment, or heading that way, then you will probably know who we are. ICE has a member grade to match your experience, education and ambitions.

    There is plenty of joining information on this website including details of how to contact our membership recruitment team.

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    • For me fellowship was the ultimate professional achievement. I also wanted to test myself to see if I could meet the criteria, particularly because of the route I took to become chartered.

      Mike Macleod, FICE

      Mike Macleod, FICE

    • Becoming a chartered environmentalist has given me a professional status that is valued by my employer and clients.

      Jo Carris CEnv AMICE

      Jo Carris CEnv AMICE

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