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Publish Date – 26 March 2024
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Publish Date – 23 January 2024
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Publish Date – 23 January 2024
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We must move from an agenda of “do less harm” to one of “do more good”.

Publish Date – 24 January 2024

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Publish Date – 2 January 2024
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Design of buildings and spaces needs to remove barriers to inclusivity - including age, disability, ethnicity, gender, and neuro-divergence.

Publish Date – 6 December 2023
Author – IStructE

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

Publish Date – 23 November 2023
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Number for Members –

230 Members

Breakdown –

18 Fellow

98 Member

1 Associate

1 Honorary Fellow

5 Incorporated-Member

40 Graduate

67 Student

Committee Members