New, simplified CEng and IEng application packs launched.
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.
Tarmac’s Liam Owen won the Apprentice of the Year Award at this year’s Highways Magazine Excellence Awards.
The IHE will be attending exhibitions and conferences during the Autumn and will be holding individual one-to-one surgeries for any aspiring technician or engineer seeking EngTech, IEng or CEng registration.
The IHE will form part of a new apprenticeship/skills zone at this year’s free-to-attend Highways SIB (Seeing is Believing) event.
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Members from the Kent and South East London area are invited to attend an early evening session with IHE senior officers and council members on 18 October 2016.
The Membership and Qualifications Committee will be asked to approve a revised set of application documents for those seeking IEng and CEng.
Following the issue of a revised application process for Engineering Technician (EngTech) applicants, IHE held its first workshop this month.
Richard Hayes, CEO, was amongst a series of presenters at an event organised by the National Highways Academy and Highways Magazine where the crucial issue of skills in highways was discussed.
At the JCT Symposium held at the University of Warwick the treasure hunt competition sponsored by IHE was won by Mercia Branch Committee member Tom Hargreaves.
The right candidate will be responsible for the successful establishment and operation of the National Highway Engineering Academy and help us fulfil our ambition to become the Institute of choice for Highway Engineers.