New, simplified CEng and IEng application packs launched.
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APSE (Association for Public Service Excellence) are hosting a seminar on 9th February in Oxford.
The ICE would like to hear about your experiences, the projects you’ve been working on, and the challenges you’ve confronted or overcome to help shape their efforts to support industry and drive forward the uptake of SuDS.
IHE corporate sponsor WJ is holding a free Innovation Day on the 'Future of road marking services' on 29 March at the Excel Centre in London.
The APPG for Cycling have launched an inquiry called ‘Cycling and the Justice System’. They will be holding 4 evidence sessions in January and February, and are asking for written evidence in advance of those sessions.
The branch is inviting submissions of outstanding regional projects in the following categories: Large Project of the Year, Small Project of the Year, Environmental/Sustainability Project, Safety/Innovation and Partnership.
PACTS have published its latest press release on road deaths following their 27th Westminster Lecture on Transport Safety Global Goals for Sustainable Development.
The Office of Rail and Road has published its approach for monitoring Highways England’s investment in the strategic road network.
Read the latest on debates and issues raised in Parliament.
Read the latest newsletter from the Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme (HMEP).
The IHE welcomes the announcement of the scheme details making up the £1.3 billion made available in the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.
The IHE supports the comments made by AIA in the Chancellors Autumn Statement.
IHE members can find the latest edition of 'Asphalt Now' in the members area.
Read the first monthly newsletter from the Office of Rail and Road.
Crown Commercial Service (CCS) has now awarded The Traffic Management Technology 2 (RM1089) Agreement for the supply of traffic and roadside technology goods and services for use by UK public sector organisations.
Hot on the heels of the IHE’s simplified EngTech application pack, we have made similar changes to our Incorporated and Chartered Engineer documents.
The IHE Yearbook 2016/17 is now available for members to view and download.
The Maidstone council meeting saw approval given to changes in the governance of IHE.
IHE council continued its programme of taking meetings on the road when they visited the offices of DHA Planning in Maidstone, Kent, last month (October).
Over 100 members and guests attended the IHE southern branch seminar, – highways engineers: embracing technology – which was held at Ashburton Hall in Winchester last month.