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ICE supports Seawork

Seawork is delighted to welcome the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) as supporters of the event.

ICE is a professional membership body providing support to 92,000 civil engineer members. As well as supporting its members to become qualified, it also encourages them to continue their professional development by providing a variety of civil engineering knowledge resources, including industry-leading publications from ICE Publishing and tailored courses from ICE Training.

Formed 200 years ago, ICE is one of the world's leading professional engineering associations, attracting some of the most famous and influential civil engineers in history.

ICE Panels do a range of work from producing best practice guides on various civil engineering topics to presenting ICE’s views on government infrastructure policy. They also give advice on Professional Reviews with prospective members and help to agree and maintain standards. Many of ICE’s members actively lead the panels.

Whilst ICE is run by its members, its benefits are enjoyed by industry and public communities across the world.

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