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IHE to bring industry wide collaboration platform to life

27/03/2020

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) has announced the launch of a new platform for sector collaboration, providing the kind of support missing from the industry since the Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme was disbanded.

IHE update: Events suspended, offices closed but the work goes on

18/03/2020

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) offices in London and Birmingham have now closed. The institute requests that members get in contact only through email or the website now. 

Temporary traffic management training designed to last

19/06/2019

Institute of Highway Engineers chief executive Richard Hayes discusses its new temporary traffic management training course and sector engagement programme, which have helped change the sector's understanding of this vital area.

Big Interview: Rising to the Top

13/06/2019

Dominic Browne talks to Jonathan Pearson, president of the Institute of Highway Engineers and Chief Judge for this year's Highways Awards, about training, breaking down barriers and providing a personal touch to career development.

IHE annual conference 2019 to bring the sector together

05/06/2019

The annual Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) conference takes place on 20 June this year in Glasgow on the theme of 'Getting it Right: Using Best Practice on UK Roads'.

New street works inspection training ready to launch

05/06/2019

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) is set to launch a new training scheme to support 'right first time' utility reinstatements.

WJ takes the lead on leadership

31/05/2019

One of the UK's leading road marking companies, the WJ Group, has launched a companywide 'leadership training' initiative for its workforce.

Sad loss for the traffic signs community

11/10/2018

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) has announced the recent death of Geoff Bray, an inaugural member of the traffic signs committee that it set up to run its annual conference and other events.

IHE launches industry wide partnership programme

21/06/2018

A new Professional Development Partnership launched by the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) could see closer co-operation between key groups in the sector on training and practitioner support.

IHE launches virtual academy as Pearson presidency begins

21/06/2018

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) has established a new ‘virtual’ training academy, offering industry-led training in highway engineering.

Staffordshire wins big with IHE recognition

27/04/2018

Three major highways schemes in Staffordshire have been recognised by the Institute of Highway Engineers for their quality of design and for helping enable future economic growth.

On a mission: Highways and IHE look to the future with new deal

16/03/2018

Highways publisher the Hemming Group and the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) have signed an agreement that will see the IHE continue its relationship with Highways magazine and the Highways Awards, as well as providing CPD accreditation for many of Hemming’s Traffex events.

IHE takes a flexible approach to skills gap with FE college

16/03/2018

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) has linked up with a further education (FE) college and local employers to develop flexible training courses with the aim of tackling the skills gap in the sector. 

LGA warns 2017 could be ‘tipping point’ year for potholes

09/01/2017

Local authorities have warned that 2017 could represent a tipping point for potholes with new analysis showing the repair bill could reach £14 billion within two years. 

IHE CEO: Councils must be better prepared

06/12/2016

The chief executive of the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) says local authorities are ill prepared when it comes to dealing with crisis situations.

Young people on the road to a career in highways

03/11/2016

A trial scheme aimed at providing young people with the skills to launch a highways career has proved so successful that it will be rolled out further next year.

New apprenticeship/skills zone at this year's Highways SIB

27/07/2016

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) will form part of a new apprenticeship/skills zone at this year’s Highways SIB (Seeing is Believing) event.

New president for IHE

22/06/2016

Tony Kirby is the new president of the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE).

Winter Maintenance Handbook launched

23/05/2016

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) Winter Maintenance Handbook has been launched.

New TSRGD comes into force

31/03/2016

The 2016 Traffic Signs Regulations and General Directions (TSRGD) will come into force on 22 April.

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