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Statement on the Ashton-Under-Lyne Building Collapse
The collapse of a building on Stamford Street Central in Ashton-Under-Lyne, England on March 28 was caused by a lack of planning and the use of inexperienced contractors, according to The Institution of Structural Engineers.
Calling all final year Students!
Are you a student finishing your course this year? If so, why not apply for Graduate Membership of the Institution of Structural Engineers?
IABSE Guidelines Workshop - 21 June 2013
The Institution of Structural Engineers will host a special IABSE workshop launching the first international guidelines for bridge design competitions on 21 June.
Skydiving and seeing red
The Institution’s very own Laura Kirk has jumped on board our RedR fundraising drive, and has decided to attempt a skydive jump to raise money for the international disaster relief charity RedR.
Six months on – Olympic campaign victory!
The tireless campaigning of three prominent figures in the design and engineering fields has helped to bring about a landmark deal, finally giving the companies involved the opportunity to be recognised.
Design Victory for Sheffield’s Forge Valley Community School
The Yorkshire Regional Group of the Institution of Structural Engineers recently held their annual Structural Engineering Excellence Awards, the first prize going to Mott MacDonald for their work on the Forge Valley Community School project in Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
Photo Competition winner announced
The Institution of Structural Engineers is thrilled to announce the winner of our forward-looking, world-wide photography competition, created to raise the profile of structural engineering.
“Ignore everything that you’ve ever learnt”
That was the tongue in cheek advice that was given by Paul Westbury on 3 October to an army of engineering enthusiasts and professionals at this year’s Gold Medal Address, organised by the Institution of Structural Engineers.
Prevailing with Past Presidents’ Prize
Hannah Butlin, a recent graduate of Civil Engineering at University College London, has been awarded the Institution of Structural Engineers Past Presidents' Prize at UCL for Engineering Design at Masters Level.
Exam preparation courses 2013
Peter Gardner and David Lowe will again be offering preparation courses for the Institution's membership examinations.
Structural Awards 2012 - Book tickets now
With an exceptional shortlist, now is the perfect time to secure your place at this year’s award ceremony and given the extremely high standard of entries, it promises to be another unforgettable evening.
2012 Research Grant holders announced
The Institution of Structural Engineering’s Research Award scheme has awarded £5000 each to two research projects within the field of structural engineering.
Council Election results revealed
Every year, the Institution of Structural Engineers holds annual elections for two Vice-Presidents and ordinary members to form the council.
Wear Red for RedR
On the 10 February 2012 the Institution took part in fundraising for RedR’s annual flagship event Wear Red for RedR.
Regional Groups - explaining the name change
As you may have noticed, the term ‘Regional Groups’ has been cropping up when referring to Branches, Sections and Divisions. We do realise that some of you may be wondering where this term has come from and why the decision has been made to change the terminology used by the Institution, so we thought it best to explain!