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Improving the world through engineering

Institution of Mechanical Engineers
COVID-19 building closures

All our buildings are closed for the foreseeable future in order to protect our members, staff and visitors, in line with the Government’s instructions (23 March 2020).

We are continuing to operate remotely online. Should you wish to contact us, we are always available via email at enquiries@imeche.org.

Our staff and volunteers are dedicated to delivering our services for members and clients to the highest possible standards throughout this period, using online platforms and other communication channels. We are developing new online ways to support our members and those interested in our services.

Please follow us on FacebookTwitter and LinkedIn and on our website, for updates on these and our response to the COVID-19 outbreak, over the coming weeks.

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