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Miranda Housden


  • Viewpoint | The art of civil engineeringSubscription

    14 November, 2018

    In the three years since I moved from London to Plymouth as the new regional director of ICE South West, I have learnt a lot about the area. I have seen the uniqueness of Plymouth, both in the scale of its engineering history and as a changing, growing city with a burgeoning arts scene.

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    The case for South West infrastructure spendSubscription

    9 October, 2017

    In October the South West Infrastructure Panel (SWIP) met for the first time in Exeter to create a unique independent platform to provide informed, strategic and objective advice to the government on critical infrastructure issues in the region.

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    Realising our true worthSubscription

    2 November, 2016

    In last month’s New Civil Engineer, Sir John Armitt reflected on his year as ICE President, saying the role of engineers is to talk to the public a lot more than they are already doing.

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    Engineering changeSubscription

    9 November, 2015

    Time to deliver after all of the talk.

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    Fighting the case for infrastructureSubscription

    2 February, 2015

    The ICE is launching a pre-election infrastructure campaign.

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    Engineering needs women Subscription

    21 January, 2014

    Engineering in the UK is not only facing a skills gap, but also a gender gap, with women making up less than 10% of the engineering workforce - the lowest percentage in Europe.

  • Modern day knowledge sharingSubscription

    26 January 2012

    The ICE must keep up with the times.