Civil engineering commitee

 

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The Civil Engineering Committee is one of the oldest IESF committees. It has its origins in the Société Centrale des Ingénieurs civils founded in 1848, whose activities were "considered from the point of view of either industrial or public works". Gustave Eiffel hold the distinguished position of president of the Société in 1889.
Through the expertise of its members, the Committee stands at the forefront of civil engineering innovative and state of art practices and technologies, taking account of economic and environmental issues. It is the correspondent for IESF of European Council of Civil Engineers (ECCE) and of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

 

The Committee promotes the profession of civil engineering and highlights the role of French engineers through the heritage of their constructions in France and in the world. It maintains close relations with the associations and the construction industry dealing with civil engineering. The Committee invites there representants to participate in an annual exchange plenary meeting where are presented the achievements of innovative works at the same time as the associations report on their activities.

 

It participates with other IESF committees in discussions on energy and environmental issues, natural risks and their consequences on the territory, and the consequences of digital technologies on the development and management of the city.

 

 

Composition of the commitee :

Chairman

Jean-Louis DURVILLE

 

 

Members

François-Gérard BARON

Robert BAROUX

Jean-François COSTE

Evelyne HUMBERT

Jacques LARAVOIRE

Marcel RAT

Noël RICHET

Claude ROSPARS

Jacques ROUDIER

 

 

 

Associate members to Heritage activities

Bernard RASPAUD

Lucien PLISKIN

 

Secretary

Georges PILOT

 

 

Working groups

Participation in the IESF environment Committee 

 

 

Participation in GIS Emergency

ECCE (Europea Council of Civil Engineers) correspondent

 

Energy management in buildings 

 

Civil engineering heritage and engineers

Jean-Louis DURVILLE

Jean-François COSTE

 

Marcel RAT

 

 

Jean-Louis DURVILLE

 

 

Jean-François COSTE

 

 

Georges PILOT

 

IESF Correspondent

Valérie WEIS

 

 

 

 

 

Activities and publications :

 

 

Publications Civil engineering heritage :

Europe and World

 

France

 

 
Dernière modification : 02/08/2021

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