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ICE seeks film presenters

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The ICE 200 People and Projects initiative is looking for UK-based members to take part as expert presenters for a series of 60 films showcasing some of the world’s most significant examples of civil engineering.

To mark the ICE’s 200th anniversary, and to support the government’s Year of Engineering, throughout 2018 the Institution is highlighting 200 inspirational and world-changing projects, past and present, from around the world.

These projects were nominated by ICE members and selected by an expert panel. They illustrate the breadth and depth of civil engineering’s impact.

So far, information about 140 of the projects has been published on the “What is Civil Engineering?” section of the ICE website, with a unique video created for each project page. These films provide insight into what civil engineers do to help transform lives and safeguard the future for communities around the world. Many of them were presented by ICE graduates, students and members.

Sixty videos have still to be completed. These will cover mostly international projects, ranging from the Øresund Bridge connecting Sweden and Denmark and Central Plaza in Hong Kong to the Druk White Lotus School in northern India.

The ICE is looking for members who are available for filming in the UK. It says they must be passionate about the profession and comfortable with delivering a commentary to camera. Filming was due to start in late August and go on until mid-October.

  • To register interest, contact the ICE online production manager at richard.armstrong@ice.org.uk by 31 August.

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