Engineering the Future

Engineering the Future is an alliance of professional engineering organisations with a combined membership of 450,000 engineers. Its vision is of a thriving UK economy, based on innovative high value businesses and industries that build on UK national strengths and address the grand challenges of the 21st century.

Engineering the Future works to promote understanding of the contribution of engineering to the economy and society, and to increase the role of engineering in the development and delivery of national policy. Engineering the Future has examined the lessons that could be learnt from civil nuclear power plant construction projects and how they should be incorporated into the proposed UK new build programme. This resulted in the publication of the Nuclear Lesson Learned study.

The leadership of Engineering the Future is drawn from the following organisations:

  • Engineering Council
  • EngineeringUK
  • The Institution of Chemical Engineers
  • The Institution of Civil Engineers
  • The Institution of Engineering and Technology
  • The Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  • The Institution of Physics
  • The Royal Academy of Engineering

For further information on Engineering the Future visit the website.

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