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Moving house, Antarctic style...

Britain's Antarctic research station - which won an ICE award in 2014 for its unique design - is to be moved 23km inland after a growing crack in the ice shelf was discovered.

The structure is built on hydraulic legs and was designed to be moved for this very reason!

British Antarctic research station to be moved due to deep crack in the ice

The city is perhaps the defining symbol of human life in the 21st century.

These images show how the skylines of Asia's biggest metropolises have transformed in a few decades, or in some cases years.

Ghost towns to megacities: Extreme skylines

Adam Boulton of Sky News dropped by our new exhibition space to talk to Sir John Armitt about infrastructure, engineering and Lego!
You've still got eight days to vote for the ICE People's Choice Award!

Support a project which has improved your community, or read about these 12 examples of engineering excellence and choose the best.

People's Choice Award: vote for your favourite UK engineering project

Did you know student membership of ICE is free?

Find out more about the benefits and how to join.

Student membership of ice

'Visual clutter has been kept to a minimum to help passengers. The stations have also been designed with accessibility in mind.'

CEO of the Crossrail project explains the design approach behind London's new Elizabeth Line.

Why design is important

12 of our regional award winning projects are up for a new prize - the People's Choice Award.

We want to get as many people voting for their favourite civil engineering project as possible, so please share! Plus, each vote is entered into a prize draw to win a Nikon camera.

People's Choice Award: vote for your favourite UK engineering project

On Instagram? Get involved in this month's photo challenge to win a GorillaPod tripod!

Find out more:
Our new President Tim Broyd has written a blog about his vision of civil engineering’s role in a digital future and how the industry can embrace change.

Read it here:
The ICE People's Choice Award is now open! Find out why 12 projects from around the UK deserve your vote at

Every vote will be entered into a prize draw to win a Nikon Coolpix A10 camera.
How can we know where cycling infrastructure is needed most? We spoke to Leeds University's Robin Lovelace about a new online toolkit that's helping transport planners.

Podcast: How can we provide evidence to support cycle infrastructure...

Reuters UK live from ICE talking about our Lego bridge!
On the day the historic Paris climate agreement comes into force, we look at what the UK is doing to meet its commitments and reduce emissions.

What has the UK done about carbon reduction since the Paris Agreement?

Yesterday we welcomed our 152nd President, Professor Tim Broyd. Read more about his address and the apprentices he will work with during his year in office: [ Ice.org.uk Link ]
Professor Tim Broyd is now the 152nd ICE President, taking over from Sir John Armitt for the 2016-17 term.

At his address tonight, Tim told over 200 members and guests a new golden age of infrastructure is within our grasp if engineers embrace new technology and the mindset to exploit it
Ahead of his presidential term which begins tomorrow, Tim Broyd has chosen eight young engineers from around the world to work with during his year in office.

Professor Tim Broyd chooses his President’s Apprentices for 2016/17

'Everybody should go to work in one piece, and come home in one piece.' Our latest podcast speaks to legal and engineering professionals and explores what happens when a failure of health and safety goes to court.

Podcast - what would happen in court after an underground cable strike?

Repairing cracked steel, underneath a suspension bridge that thousands of people depend on every day, in bad weather... Now that's worthy of an award!

Forth Road Bridge “remarkable” repair scoops top engineering award

'In any construction project 30% or more of total budget is spent on correcting the errors not visible in the design stage... where everything is done on 2D paper drawings.'

BBC News looks at how virtual reality and online tools are changing construction forever.

Clicks and bricks: How building is going digital - BBC News