BEAMA is the UK association for manufacturers of electrical infrastructure products and systems, from transmission through distribution to the environmental systems and services in the built environment, with over 200 members ranging from SMEs to large multinationals. BEAMA member’s products provide a sustainable, safe, efficient and secure UK electrical system. We support our members in ensuring that the UK has a strong electrotechnical industry that is recognised as an essential part of modern society and brings invaluable economic, social and environmental benefits
Environmental imperatives, including the need to combat global warming, require that majority of nations contribute substantially to the transition from fossil fuel reliant energy sources to renewables. These motives will be achieved best in the cooperative manner.
We have therefore established Borderless Renewables both to foster public-private investment with this aim and to promote cross-border collaboration on projects and ventures supporting an energy transition agenda.
The Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (CICES) is the leading international professional body for specialists in geospatial engineering and commercial management in infrastructure.
CICES membership demonstrates that individuals are competent in their field and committed to continuing professional development. Members work to the highest standards and are a valued member of the construction team.
Within the two fields of geospatial engineering and commercial management, members can specialise in land and engineering surveying; hydrographic surveying; photogrammetry and remote sensing; GIS; utilities and subsurface mapping; quantity surveying; estimating; planning; cost engineering; procurement engineering; project management; and construction law.
GIIA is the membership body for the world's leading investors in infrastructure, and advisors to the sector, who collectively represent US $1.3 trillion of infrastructure assets under management across 70 countries. Our members are investing today to provide the smart, sustainable and innovative infrastructure needed for our communities and economies to thrive.
ICE members are behind so much of what we do and many actively support our research and activity.
ICE created fifty Knowledge Networks across a variety of subjects, where members and infrastructure experts help develop world-class insight and guidance. Knowledge Network members identify and contribute to the institution's activity, including knowledge, insights, policy and public affairs.
Engineers and other infrastructure specialists are invited to browse the list of Knowledge Networks.
Applicants should identify the networks that best match their specialism or area of professional interest before downloading and submitting the application form.
Applications are open to both members and non-members of the institution. ICE is a global institution and welcomes applications from all parts of the world.
Once submitted, the institution’s Community Advisory Boards will assess each candidate's personal statement and suitability to the network.
As a membership organisation and an employer, the ICE is committed to inclusivity.
Local Partnerships is an in-house consultancy jointly owned by the LGA, HM Treasury and Welsh Government, we work solely for councils and combined authorities, central government departments, the Welsh Government and other public sector bodies such as the NHS.
As a key interface between local and central government, we provide expert advice and practical resources alongside project and programme delivery support, enabling public services to thrive.
Three core business services underpin our offer: Climate, Commercial, Place; with two cross sector services – Data Analytics and Assurance. Our support accelerates the delivery of major infrastructure, tackles climate challenges through waste efficiency and renewable energy propositions, and helps transform services across the public sector ecosystem through wider place-making initiatives.
IPFA is the global professional association that connects and promotes the collective interests of both public & private sector organisations, and professional individuals involved across infrastructure and energy financing.
We are independent and don’t exist to make a profit. We are funded and guided by our members, which include the industry’s leading investors, lenders, advisors, developers, sponsors and government institutions active in infrastructure and energy markets around the world.
For 25 years, IPFA has provided the infrastructure and energy industry with a home for thought leadership, networking and professional development.
The Major Projects Association is a community of practice for organisations engaged in the initiation and delivery of major projects, programmes and portfolios.
The Association is home to those organisations and individuals that share a common purpose: the desire to hone their skills; to improve best practice; and to investigate innovative solutions for the many problems encountered during major projects, programmes and portfolios.
Membership comprises organisations engaged in a wide variety of commercial and public enterprises. They operate in a wide variety of fields including: manufacturing, construction, defence, transportation, IT, government departments, consultancies and law, as well as those engaged in the academic study of major projects.