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The search is on for Scotland’s top engineering and construction projects with the launch of the 2020 Scottish Civil Engineering Awards. The awards celebrate outstanding civil engineering achievement, innovation and ingenuity in Scotland. Organised jointly by CECA Scotland and ICE Scotland, th

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ICE Scotland chair, Jim Young, gives his regional take on ICE's latest State of the Nation report on housing.  Our homes are one of the most important parts of the way we live our lives. They're where we live our family lives. They give us our sense of place. 

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The Institution of Civil Engineers Scotland (ICE Scotland) has today called on the cabinet secretary for transport, infrastructure and connectivity, Michael Matheson MSP, to invite shadow spokespeople to sit as observers on his proposed Infrastructure Commission, to ensure that it is best placed to

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An alliance of ten organisations from the planning and placemaking sector in Scotland has launched a new campaign to help influence new planning guidelines ahead of the upcoming Planning Bill. The Scottish Alliance for People and Places, which includes RTPI Scotland and RICS Scotland, has come toget

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The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), Scottish Renewables and the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) have all released manifestos outlining key policy proposals to support construction and infrastructure ahead of the General Election. In order to improve policy making and provide a better un

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The £25 million redevelopment of Edinburgh's Haymarket Station scooped the top prize in 2015 The search is on for Scotland’s top engineering and construction projects completed in 2015/16 with the launch of the 2016 Saltire Society Civil Engineering Awards.

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The Institution of Civil Engineers Scotland (ICE) has challenged all policy-makers to sign-up to a pledge supporting infrastructure maintenance, development and delivery for the benefit of the country. Published in the run-up to May’s Scottish Parliament elections, the ICE’s Manifesto for Infras

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The Scottish Government has shown improvement in waste and strategic transport infrastructure but concerns remain in energy and local transport, a new report from civil engineers has revealed. The five-yearly State of the Nation Scotland report from the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Scotland

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Scotland’s fourth busiest railway station has been crowned the overall winner of the 2015 Saltire Civil Engineering Awards, following completion of a major refurbishment and extension project. Announced annually, the Awards are a much coveted accolade from the Saltire Society and the Institution o

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Pupils in West Lothian and Highland secondary schools are set to benefit from a new foundation apprenticeship in construction which has been launched at the new Forth crossing. The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and Skills Development Scotland have been working with local employers, sch

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