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Download it now: new and improved NCE on a new and improved app!

NCE’s app has been totally revamped and upgraded, providing news as it happens, in-depth technical reports and detailed analysis of how future technologies are impacting on engineers and engineering.

NCE exists to enable professional engineers to become better engineers by providing thought provoking and inspiring content around future technologies and technical excellence.

We believe passionately in the role the engineer plays in creating a healthy, wealthy society. We seek out the most inspired thinkers and the best project teams to provide leadership in the way infrastructure is designed and delivered. And now we have a brand new app in which to showcase it.

ICE members are able to opt out of receiving a print copy of NCE and use our brand new app version instead. Change your preferences directly with the ICE, if you haven’t already, and then download it free from the AppStore or Google Play.

What’s in the app?

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  • Latest developments get our market-leading news and analysis first here. Chart project progress, find out about innovations in techniques and technologies, and hear the latest thinking from leading clients.
  • Technical excellence find out how the biggest and most innovative projects are being tackled with our award winning reports from construction sites around the world.
  • Future technologies discover the disruptive technologies that are changing what and how engineers design and build.
  • Engineering equality the latest news on our ongoing campaign to promote a truly diverse industry.
  • Future Engineer occasional profiles of inspiring civil engineers who are ready to face a very different future.
  • Special reports in-depth reports on the biggest projects, starting with our update on the strategic highways investment programme.
  • World view regular market reports from around the world.
  • NCE library a digital archive of NCE’s print magazine.

Get it now!

The app is available to download now in the AppStore or on Google Play. It is fully responsive and works on all Apple and Android devices including Smart Phones. For ICE members who have opted not to receive a print copy of NCE the app is completely free.

Want to know more? For a detailed FAQs click here.

How do I login? Login using the same email address and password you use to access the subscriber-only content on NCE’s website. Your username is the email address you registered with, and your password is the password you registered with.

Having problems? Feel free to contact us. Call us on: 44 (0) 20 3033 2626 or email us at: We are available Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm.

Five reasons you will want to use the new NCE app:

  1. The new app will be fully responsive on all Apple and Android devices, which means it will resize itself for the optimum user experience regardless of the screen size of your device.
  2. The app will also be regularly updated will all the latest content from NCE, so no longer will you need to wait until Tuesday to get the latest news, analysis and opinion.
  3. NCE’s technical content will also be much enhanced, with the app displaying superb images from construction projects large and small with pin-sharp resolution.
  4. Anyone who still likes to read NCE in magazine style can access a full library of recent issues.
  5. Our regular major project reports will be enhanced with interactive content.

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