UK political party leaders urged to make manifesto commitments for embodied carbon regulation in the UK.
We must move from an agenda of “do less harm” to one of “do more good”.
"The book is illustrated with excellent case studies where structural engineers have played a pivotal role in aiming higher in the system to create new business enterprises."
Tanya de Hoog FIStructE, the Institution of Structural Engineers’ new President for 2024, calls on her profession, and those in the wider built environment, to harness their collective expertise to accelerate meaningful, scalable, and positive change towards the environment and humanity.
Emily Halliwell introduces a new series of notes that will signpost key climate resources for IStructE members around each level in the hierarchy of net-zero design.
Design of buildings and spaces needs to remove barriers to inclusivity - including age, disability, ethnicity, gender, and neuro-divergence.
In accordance with the Building Safety Act 2022 engineers working on Higher-Risk Buildings (HRB) will be required to demonstrate their competence to do so. The Institution of Structural Engineers and Institution of Civil Engineers are developing a joint registration process to enable members of both institutions to demonstrate their competence against a new structural engineering HRB standard
The Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) has been named Sustainability Champion of the year at the prestigious Association Excellence Awards .
The latest RAAC guidance and how to mitigate risk moving forward.
Ground granulated blast furnace slag's (GGBS) used to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in concrete needs to be carefully considered, recommends a new paper.
IStructE wins the Special Jury Award at the 2023 British Parking Awards for its Car park design guidance.
The Featured Article for Volume 52 of Structures is about finite element analysis to predict shear behaviour of headed studs in steel ultra-high performance concrete slabs.
Will Arnold, Head of Climate Action at the Institution of Structural Engineers, discusses what motivates him, his career choices, and why he’s bringing the sustainability message to engineers of the future.
The new UK and Ireland Regional Group structure is currently being piloted by Ireland, Northwest UK and Scotland, and nominations are sought for positions vacant within these three ‘new style’ Regional Groups.
Statement from the Institution of Structural Engineers (IStructE) about the National Audit Office (NAO) reports: Condition of school buildings and DfE sustainability overview.
The Institution of Structural Engineers’ (IStructE) new guidance focuses on the circular economy as part of the answer to tackling climate change and resource depletion in the built environment.
Car parks are established parts of our built environment, and with the growth of electric vehicles, these building’s structural design needs to be carefully considered to ensure they are fire-safe, sustainable and secure for public use.
Congratulations to the joint winners of the 2023 Young Structural Engineering Professional Award
International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), celebrates the amazing work that women engineers around the world are doing to support lives and livelihoods every day.
Read award-winning papers and discover members recognised for their commitment to the Institution.
Meet the finalists for the Young Structural Engineering Professional Award 2023
FOOTPRINT+ is the must-attend event for anyone involved in the UK property market who wants to gain insights, network with key players, and discover the latest cutting-edge methods for achieving sustainability and net zero in real estate.
Nominations remain open for Vice-President (China & Central Asia) candidates. If you think you can represent your region's interests - or know someone that can - submit a nomination.
The Open University awarded the Honorary Degree of ‘Master of the University’ to Martin Paul Ashmead
Dr David Brohn was awarded the MBE in the 2022 Queen’s Honour list. He received it at the Investiture from King Charles, 14 February 2023 at Windsor Castle.
The award recognises Albert's passion for cutting-edge technology, innovation and sustainable engineering that is respectful of structural heritage.
Entry criteria have been revised in the light of the climate emergency, asking every submission to clearly demonstrate its sustainability credentials.
The Institution congratulates all those elected and gives commiserations and thanks to those unsuccessful this time round.