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Welcome to the Worshipful Company of Engineers

We are a fellowship of leading engineers (and partners) who meet, socialise and exchange cross-disciplinary thinking at prestigious city venues and support the Engineers Trust in its educational, engineering excellence, and charitable objectives.

Our members are all Chartered Engineers, and are from all the professional disciplines of engineering, technology and business. Members of the Livery are Fellows of their Professional Engineering Institution or the Royal Academy of Engineering.

The Company works to promote and develop all aspects of the science, art and practice of engineering within a social and charitable ethos which is at the core of the Livery movement. Explore the site for more information and our blogs for informal insights through our members’ personal reflections. For any further information, please do not hesitate to contact the Company Office.

Worshipful Company of Engineers Award Winners

Charitable Activities

Through its charity, the Engineers Trust, the Company donates over £100,000 every year to a wide range of awards and prizes, primarily for younger engineers and apprentices.

Out of Town Visit to Plymouth 2019 - Officers' Mess HMS Drake

Fellowship & Events

We provide a link to the traditions and activities of the City of London and their Liveries, charitable activities, multi-disciplinary engineering activities, and social events for members and partners.

Lord Mayor's Show 2022


We are one of the Livery Companies of the City of London, ninety-fourth in the order of precedence. Founded as a Livery Company in 1983, and incorporated by Royal Charter in 2004.

Latest News

Innovation for All Award

In Association with Dr. Sara Behforootan receiving her Award from Dr Paul Golby CBE FREng, Chairman of NATS, with Master Engineer Dr Dolores Byrne OBE [image courtesy of Mark Witter Photography] Project – “No one Left Behind” (Preventing diabetic amputations by early internal soft tissue…