Welcome to the Institution of Structural Engineers' resources centre.
Whether you are a practising structural engineer, a teacher looking to inspire future generations into the profession, or perhaps a non-structural engineer undertaking research in this area, this section is intended to provide you with as much useful information as possible.
This important initiative is all about collaboration with, and within, the academic community to improve the general level of understanding of structural behaviour in future graduates.
In support of the preservation of age old design and construction legacies, CARE is a public record identifying civil and structural engineers, skilled in the conservation of historic structures and sites.
The E-Training system has been developed to allow instant access to technical training courses. The courses can be purchased and undertaken either by individual engineers or through organisations.
See the interim library service arrangements for the duration of the HQ relocation.
Access over a hundred years of material published in The Structural Engineer.
Our Regional Groups have produced reports and investigations, which are an extremely useful way to view research and findings from a wide range of sources.
If you're keen to bring structural engineering into your classroom, here you will find a valuable range of tools which will help you create a lesson that is both exciting and educational.
If you want to know more about specific types of structures, legislation, codes and standards, then our technical topic areas are where you'll find the information you need.
We record all the lectures held at the Institution's headquarters so that you can view them at your leisure.
The Concrete Magazine is produced by The Concrete Society and focuses on the design, construction, technology and use of concrete as a structural material.