• 4 September 2018

Amrit Ghose joins ICE editorial panel

We are delighted to announce that Regional Director, Amrit Ghose, has joined the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Civil Engineering Journal editorial panel.

The ICE publishes many important documents each year, helping to shape and guide the civil engineering industry and the built environment. From white papers and new engineering standards, to case studies on new techniques or legislation, the ICE editorial panel oversees the content and delivery of each document, directly influencing their members and the wider industry.

The panel, consisting of leading consultants, contractors and academics from the UK and overseas, will focus on Civil Engineering, the ICE’s flagship journal. Practical and diverse in its scope, it publishes overview papers for the non-specialist on any subject relevant to civil engineering today. Topics range from landmark projects to philosophical, ethical, environmental, management and safety issues.

Amrit is contributing to industry initiatives through his involvement in ICE Kent & Sussex Committee and being the Co-chair of ICE London & SE Diversity Task Force.

Excited about the new commitment, Amrit says: “I am delighted to join ICE’s editorial panel, and excited to use my experience to influence the work of my peers in the industry. The editorial panel plays an important role in setting the strategy and agenda for one of the industry’s most important publications and I am looking forward to using this responsibility to inspire and guide my fellow civil engineers.”

To find out more about ICE, please click here. To read the latest edition of Civil Engineering, click here.

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