Civil Engineering Surveyor (CES)

The journal of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors is published 10 times a year for ICES members and subscribers.

CES features articles on land surveying, GIS, GPS, construction law, project management, education and training, health and safety, and many more topics affecting the profession today. CES also features regular news items, regional events listings, book reviews and the latest recruitment positions.

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Managing with the MMHW: An examination of the use of the Method of Measurement for Highway Works £19.95

A new book from ICES Publishing covering the background, development and usage of the MMHW. Author Hamish Mitchell presents case studies and examples to help readers understand the practicalities of highway measurement.

“A book that is long overdue. It is well researched and written by one of the most experienced highway quantity surveyors in the UK, Hamish Mitchell. This book will help practitioners and students alike understand highway measurement in a much more structured way than was previously possible.” Geoff Hodgson BSc MRICS MCP Co-Author Manual of Contract Documents for Highway Works, A User’s Guide and Commentary

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Geospatial Engineering

Geospatial Engineering is an annual supplement to Civil Engineering Surveyor, the monthly journal of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (ICES). Published in September, GE is an editorial showcase of recent developments in geospatial engineering with articles covering recent major projects or new technologies. Areas of interest include engineering surveying; buried services surveying; GIS; hydrographic surveying; land surveying; photogrammetry and remote sensing; laser scanning ; GNSS; machine control; BIM; UAVs; software; project workflow and much more.

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Construction Law Review

First published in 1996 in conjunction with the Society of Construction Law, this annual review of legal matters for construction professionals has 6,000 copies circulated within the industry.

The Construction Law Review is highly regarded by ICES members and other civil engineering surveyors as well as consulting engineers, contractors, quantity surveying practices, chartered building companies and local authorities.

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