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Booking now open for historic IHE Presidential Event

19/03/2024

Booking is now open for the Institute of Highway Engineers's (IHE) prestigious Presidential Event - an evening of grandeur and celebration within the historic walls of Stirling Castle on Friday 21 June 2024.

Unlocking potential: The benefits of joining the National IHE Council

01/03/2024

Ross Bullerwell, managing director at Real Highways, discusses his journey to the IHE Council from trepidation to celebration and the immense pride that comes with the role.

IHE Council nominations now open

28/02/2024

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) has recently opened nominations for several vacancies available on its National Council.

IHE and Highways magazine sign new Professional Development Partnership

23/02/2024

Highways magazine and the Institute of Highway Engineers have signed a new Professional Development Partnership (PDP), strengthening their longstanding relationship at the heart of the sector.

IHE extends free professional reviews throughout 2024

08/01/2024

The Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) has announced it will extend throughout 2024 its offer of free professional reviews.

The IHE President's Christmas message to members

20/12/2023

Martin Polland, President of the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE), wishes all IHE members a very merry Christmas.

IHE announces inflation-busting support for members

12/10/2023

The Institute of Highway Engineers has announced a £10 discount for all fee-paying members for 2024, following a year-on-year increase in revenue.

Top transport bodies link up at Traffex

07/06/2023

The transport industry’s leading association for technology and the main body for the development of professional highway engineering have agreed a partnership to deliver ‘even greater benefits’ to their memberships and the wider sector.

IHE and Coventry University sign partnership agreement

09/05/2023

The Institute of Highway Engineers and Coventry University have signed a partnership agreement to offer increased support for civil engineering students with a particular interest in highways and transportation.

IHE's 2023 Mercia Branch Awards' submission deadline approaches

31/01/2023

Anyone seeking glory at the 2023 IHE Mercia Branch Awards Evening has until 5pm on Friday 17 February to enter.

Big Interview: The first king of Scotland

30/06/2022

Dominic Browne meets Martin Polland, the new president of the Institute of Highway Engineers.

Capes elected Junior VP at IHE

15/03/2022

ITS policy lead at the Department for Transport, Darren Capes, has been elected as the new Junior Vice President of the Institute of Highway Engineers and will join the Presidential team at the AGM this summer.

IHE goes proactive on passive safety

23/09/2021

As part of its regular contribution to Highways magazine, the Institute of Highway Engineers takes a look at new guidance on passive safety for Intelligent Transport Systems equipment.

IHE unveils new online workshops for winter services

20/11/2020

The Institute of Highway Engineers has announced a series of short online workshops to teach the basic components of winter service delivery.

Webb takes the chains at the IHE

05/08/2020

The presidency of the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE) has been officially handed over to Stephen Webb, who will serve until June 2022.

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.

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