THE Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) North East has announced the winners of this year's Robert Stephenson Awards.
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ICE stands for Institution of Civil Engineers
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Barry Clarke, the president of the Institution of Civil Engineers, was given a tour of the site and spoke to officers from Warwickshire County Council and contractors.
YOUNGSTERS are bridging the learning gap to find out more about careers in engineering with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) North East.
The Institution of Civil Engineers North East said they have seen a significant rise in their number of student members, with an increase in graduate membership as the former start to leave education and move into employment.
But the Institution of Civil Engineers adds: "We need to transform the infrastructure.
The scheme was named as the West Midlands' best civil engineering project of 2008 by the Institution of Civil Engineers.
Alan Stilwell, of the Institution of Civil Engineers, said: "When the Atomic Weapons Establishment site at Burghfield flooded in 2007, all radiation detection alarms were disabled.
The authors (both of the Institution of Civil Engineers, UK) describe 213 structures, offering brief historical and engineering commentary and details on location, scale, and the names of engineer and contractor where known.