The President represents the Institution's membership externally and chairs the Council. We normally elect a new President each year. They are drawn from Fellows of the Institution in industry or academia.
The Board, whose members are the Institution's Trustees, works to define and develop Institution strategy and policy.
Council debates topics relating to the profession and provides high level guidance to the Board to inform our strategy.
Our Committees and Panels develop guidance, events and resources for members in line with the objectives defined by the Board.
Our Study Groups encourage debate about a wide variety of structural engineering topics.
Our Regional Groups arrange educational activities, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) opportunities and networking events for members at a local level.
All members of our Board, Council, Committees, Panels, Study and Regional Groups are volunteers.
Our Directors work to implement the policies and strategies agreed by the Board.
The Board is the Institution’s governing body and its members are our Trustees.
Our Council debates topics relating to the profession and provides high level guidance to the Board to inform our strategy.
Our 2023 President is Matt Byatt.
Each year we invite nominations for new Vice-Presidents and/or Board members and/or ordinary members of Council.
The Institution supports and administers a number of other organisations.
Rules regarding membership admissions, disciplinary powers, organisation structure and the management of Institution assets.
We are one of 36 professional engineering institutions licensed by the Engineering Council to award professional registration.
Including information on achievements and performance, plans for future periods and financial statements.
Publish Date ‐ 4 July 2022
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Our annual review contains highlights from 2019.
Publish Date ‐ 9 July 2020
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Publish Date ‐ 4 June 2018