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ICE launches bicentenary book on key projects

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An official book has been published to commemorate ICE’s bicentenary.

Produced in partnership with publisher St James House, Shaping the World is a large format fully-illustrated hardback book, which profiles projects that have transformed people’s lives around the world. The book drew from the expert knowledge of volunteers across ICE’s membership.

Speaking at the book’s launch last month, ICE engineering knowledge director Nathan Baker said: “Projects selected for this book were agreed based on their impact across the globe and offer real insight into how infrastructure has truly shaped the world around us.”

Shaping the World is on sale via All ICE members will receive a free digital version.

The book was launched at the ENGage event which also featured presentations from Highways England, Anglian Water, and Hyperloop,which covered future cities and infrastructure challenges. An exhibition gave guests a further opportunity to network and see demonstrations of the latest innovations.


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