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The IHE has warned that the decision to cut the central government grant to councils as part of the spending review and autumn statement is pitting council services against each other.
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 Project and Highway Partnership Award.
The IHE has announced today that it is establishing a national highway engineering academy.
The DfT has announced that the new code called ‘Well-managed Highways Infrastructure,’ has been delayed.
IHE Chief Executive Richard Hayes has warned that the devolution of business rates to councils could lead to a financial shift from rural to urban areas.
The IHE has announced a new December intake of applicants for its experiential route to Chartered Registration (CEng).
The Institute of Highway Engineers Chief Executive Richard Hayes says the recent proposal to limit the length of roadworks to two miles was too prescriptive.
The IHE has responded to Lord Chris Holmes' recently published report into shared space called 'Accidents by Design.'
IHE’s East Midlands branch recently visited Lincoln’s under construction East West Link which runs through the city centre.
The IHE has announced its next intake of applicants for its experiential route to Chartered Registration (CEng).
The IHE has granted Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accreditation to Surveyor magazine’s new highways management event.
The IHE has renewed its support for the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Highway Maintenance.
The IHE marked its 50th anniversary with a celebratory event at Parliament House on June 10.
Richard Hayes has been appointed as the new chief executive of the Institute of Highway Engineers.
The IHE has compiled an online retrospective celebrating the achievements of the Institute and its branches since 1965.
WJ's Innovation Day took place on April 29 with around 150 delegates learning about the latest developments in road markings.
South West branch has announced the winners of its awards with a broad range of innovative engineering projects in the running.
The IHE is renewing its request for members to assist its nominated charity RedR, in helping victims of the latest earthquake to hit Nepal.
The IHE is urging members to assist its nominated charity RedR, in helping victims of the Nepal earthquake.
IHE‘s Mercia branch held its sell out annual awards evening in April to showcase outstanding regional projects.