CICES President

In March 2022 CICES welcomed Andy Evans as our new president.  Look out for his monthly updates in the CES journal.

AD Schemes

New schemes for:

Story Contracting – commercial
Taziker Industrial Ltd – commercial
Laing O’Rourke – geospatial

Reapprovals for:

Survey Solutions – geospatial
Omega Geomatics – geospatial
Siteline – geospatial
Kier – commercial
Tarmac – geospatial
Scottish Water – commercial
Volker Fitzpatrick – commercial
United Utilities – commercial

New digital training partnership for CICES

CICES has unveiled plans for a new training partnership with digital construction training specialist, Built Intelligence. Built Intelligence offers both free and paid-for learning and training programmes, together with a free helpdesk, ReachBack, which gives access to a library of Q&As. From November, CICES members will be able to access Built Intelligence and take advantage of bespoke training modules and discounts. 

Darrell Smart, CICES operations director, said: “This partnership increases the range and depth of online training support we can offer to our members. We will be offering specialised courses and a blended approach with e-learning, live webinars and premium programmes mixed with news, blogs and features from industry experts.” 

Built Intelligence was founded six years ago by quantity surveyor Chris Corr. He commented: “We are delighted to be appointed as a digital training partner for CICES and look forward to developing impactful and relevant training content aligned to the CICES competencies and values. As a small company we are adaptable and agile and will be able to react to changes and developments in the current climate quickly and professionally.” Details will be sent to members by email.


We are running a series of webinars for all members, with a variety of topics, as well as our face-to-face events.  Please check the events pages for details

CICES supports Get Kids into Survey

The institution has become an official distributor partner for Get Kids into Survey. The initiative, from Elaine Ball Technical Marketing, is aimed at schoolchildren and portrays surveyors and geospatial professionals in cartoon form. Get Kids into Survey has so far released four A1 posters covering civil engineering, forestry, mining and smart cities. Further posters are due to be released this year along with a comic book. The posters are free to purchase from