The Structures and Construction division is for structural engineers and civil engineers with an interest in professional design practices and contracting roles in both the public and private sectors as well as academia.
The Conservation Register for Engineers (CARE) is for engineers skilled in the conservation of historical structures and sites. It is a joint Register between the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) and is administered by ICE. Under a bilateral registration agreement civil and structural engineers who are Chartered Engineer members can join the CARE Register.
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This newly designed bio-inspired ceramic material could be a game changer.
Ben Browne, junior associate at Quigg Golden, discusses the amendments to the public works contracts, which were announced on July 3, 2023.
In the immediate aftermath of an earthquake, it is common for local building cultures to be blamed for their own destruction, writes Louise Cooke. My research into earth buildings shows, however, how this type of structure is, in fact, designed to be resilient.
With a new, user-friendly interface, researchers can quickly design many cellular metamaterial structures that have unique mechanical properties.
Increased use of timber in construction is key to both meeting housing demand and being environmentally sustainable, writes Rimjhim Kashyap of the University of Galway.
Researchers develop recycling method to address carbon and glass fibre composites waste crisis.
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