In 1818, the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) was founded by a small group of young engineers who gathered at a London coffee shop. Back then, the civil engineering department was not an official department by the government. Prior to the 18th century, most of the engineers were in the armed forces, therefore it was hard to find recruits. In 1820, Thomas Telford designed and built various types of infrastructure; from churches to castles, canals to harbors, and tunnels to bridges, which then leads to the queen of England, Queen Elizabeth I to award the ICE Royal Charter and declaring civil engineering as a leading institution in 1828. Over the course of two centuries, ICE is home to more than 92,000 engineers worldwide.

In 2013, the Indonesian Civil Engineering Department was trusted by ICE to form the ICE Student Chapter, which is a branch of ICE for civil engineering students in Indonesia and in 2017, ICE Student Chapter entered Bina Nusantara University and is currently an active organization. Some of the accomplishments that ICE Student Chapter Bina Nusantara has done are; Site visit, ICE 200 for 200, Civil Corner, Podcast (Ini Cerita Engineers), webinars, and many more in the distant future.

For more information, please visit the ICE website at ice.org.uk.

Current Vision

Building the ICE SC of BINUS to become a prestigious home for civil engineering students based on solidarity to thrive and leads its members to be creative, critical, and empathetic.

Current Mission

  • Encourage civil engineering students to become honorable, independent, think creatively, and never stop improving themselves.
  • Create good relations between members and make ICE as a place to exchange ideas.
  • Sharpen the soft skills and hard skills of members and gives values ​​that are useful in the world of work such as persistence, growth mindset, etc.

For further information of ICE Student Chapter BINUS University, please visit ICE Student Chapter BINUS University on Instagram at @icescbinus