The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is one of the world's most respected professional engineering associations. Since we were formed 200 years ago, we have attracted some of the most famous and influential civil engineers in history.

Founded in 1818, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is a UK-based international organisation with more than 94,000 members, ranging from students to professionally qualified civil engineers. In the London region, there are more than 10,000 members who live and work in Greater London.

Our building on George Street is a publicly accessible building between the hours 10am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. 

1 Great George Street,
Westminster,
London,
SW1P 3AA

As an educational and qualifying body, with charitable status under UK law, we support our members throughout their careers and help society to have trust and confidence in infrastructure professionals.  We organise several public events and STEM activities to show how civil engineers transform lives for the better and safeguards our future. In doing so, the institution encourages young people to see civil engineering as a creative, rewarding and highly enjoyable career.

If you're interested in knowing more about our history, then the ICE Library is the place to go. One of the world's most complete sources of civil engineering literature, our library contains historical archives going back over 200 years. From information about individual members, to details about how we're run, our library staff can provide help.

Our building on George Street is a publicly accessible building between the hours 10am to 5pm, Monday to Friday

There is the ICE Water Exhibition currently on show. Pop down and see us!

Jemma Ralphs

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