The Conservation Accreditation Register for Engineers (CARE) identifies civil and structural engineers skilled in the conservation of historic structures and sites. Members have followed a rigorous approval procedure to confirm an appreciation of disciplines and interests extending well beyond their professional training as engineers and have demonstrated that they are fully conversant with conservation philosophy and methods applied to heritage projects.

Additionally, CARE has been established to:-

Those who are registered are listed on the CARE website and entitled to use the descriptor Conservation Accredited Engineer.

CARE is administered by ICE and IStructE, and is recognised by English Heritage, Cadw in Wales , Historic Scotland, NIEA (Northern Ireland) and relevant professional bodies.

Further information, application forms and a list of registered members can be found at www.ice.org.uk/care

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