The United Nations recognise that 2.6 billion people across the world have gained access to improved drinking water since 1990. However, 663 million people remain in great need of an improved supply.

The Institution of Civil Engineers’ WATER exhibition explores this global challenge and shows how civil engineers can help transform lives. It opened on World Water Day, 22nd March, at the ICE’s headquarters in Westminster, London. Graphic panels written and produced by 301 show the impact of engineering projects and engineers who are supplying drinking water, protecting communities from flooding, sanitising cities and building dams for hydropower generation and agricultural irrigation.

Visit the exhibition website and take a virtual online tour here.

A wonderful opportunity

The ICE commissioned 301 Design to create a water management exhibition to raise the profile of civil engineering and promote the work of engineers to students, the public and industry.

Designing and delivering

We researched, wrote and designed 200+ graphics and displays to highlight global issues, display outstanding projects and present innovative engineers who are transforming lives.

Engineering impact

We have received such positive feedback: ‘301 have brought the power of water engineering to life and shown how civil engineers continue to shape the world’.

“Thanks to 301 for all your work on the exhibition. We are delighted with the positive feedback we have already received.”

Debra Francis, Institution of Civil Engineers

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