The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)
With a 70,000 – 80,000 membership ICE seeks to advance the knowledge, practice and business of civil engineering, to promote the breadth and value of the civil engineer’s global contribution to sustainable, economic growth, and ethical standards, and to include in membership all those involved in the profession.
There is no requirement made by ICE for their members to hold or maintain professional indemnity insurance cover at any level. However, the need for such cover is obvious and most professional engineers recognise this.
In addition, most engineers find that they are required to hold and maintain cover to comply with contractual requirements such as collateral warranty agreements they are being asked to enter into as a condition of being awarded new contracts.