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"Professional Review – What's In It For You?" will give you the opportunity to receive guidance on the path to becoming professionally qualified with the ICE and will offer advice and an insight of what to expect on the day of your Professional Review. With presentations from the MDO, an ICE reviewer and a recently successful candidate, this event is ideal for anyone with an interest in becoming a Chartered or Incorporated member of the ICE. Refreshments will be provided…Find out more »
The SLL and CIBSE Scotland are delighted to welcome Friedrich Bremecker of DIAL, who will be presenting on BIM/Building Orientated Design utilising DIALux evo. DIAL has been released the first Lighting Design Software with an open BIM / IFC interface. Lighting design has been room orientated in the past. BIM is now changing the design world, including the lighting design, including lighting design. Modern architecture is transparent and open, spaces include different visual tasks to be carried out and during…Find out more »
This event will take you through all the aspects of BIM that need to be considered by clients, consultants, contractors, sub-contractors and manufacturers.Find out more »
Why did you join the BCS? How has it helped you during your career? What contribution could you make as it evolves to meet the challenges of 2017 and beyond? Drawing on his own 35 year history with the BCS, this year's President Ray Long will lead a discussion on where the Institute has come from, how it is currently positioning itself to take the lead in making IT good for society, and how, at a time when a younger…Find out more »
This event will take you through all the aspects of Building Information Modelling that need to be considered by clients, consultants, contractors, sub-contractors and manufacturers.Find out more »
The Scottish Government, in its draft budget for 2017-18, is committing to providing funding to bring the Queensferry Crossing to completion, to progress on the M8/M73/M74 Motorway Improvements project, the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route, the A9 and A96 projects and the A737 Dalry Bypass. These are all significant projects to improve Scotland's transport infrastructure and further funding will be required for future projects to help drive economic growth. In these times of fiscal prudence, the question being asked more and…Find out more »
Are you a graduate or student member of ICE? Then save the date for this weekend full of inspiring lectures and networking at the Stirling Conference 2017. The weekend promises to deliver a varied insight into the world of civil engineering, with speakers from industry. This event is also an excellent opportunity to network with others at a similar career stage, and contributes to two days of CPD. The main focus of the conference is to review past engineering practices…Find out more »
Artemis Intelligent Power develops and licenses technology associated with Digital Displacement® hydraulics. Digital Displacement® takes hydraulics into a new era of efficiency and controllability, opening up new avenues for the hydraulic industry. Artemis is wholly owned by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan (MHI), and works closely with leading global companies to develop Digital Displacement® for a wide range of applications. Afternoon visit, Times to be confirmed.Find out more »
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