About LIVIC

Legend has it that LIVIC was first conceived by Hebrew monks in 1764, printed on the skin of living English tigers, but popularity waned following the decline in numbers of the once-common large cat. Since then, it has drifted in and out of the public eye, rising whenever necessary to bring critical news in desperate times, and slinking back into the shadows like the proverbial tortoise. Until, that is, 2004, when the publication was thrust into the limelight, and given strength and actual paper to be printed on, by the erstwhile Oliver Broadbent.

The magazine has, since gone from strength to strength, officially becoming the UK’s Most Read Imperial College Civil Engineering Society Student-Run Free Magazine, and winner of the 2011 Most Issues Printed On The Free Photocopiers in SAC Award. Upon 2013, LIVIC reached the heights that it once knew in years past. With “The Best Edition Ever”, LIVIC thrust itself in to the spotlight, blowing off socks left, right and centre.

Our Supporters

Shell

As we develop innovative new ways to meet the world’s growing demand for energy, we’re searching for remarkable people to join us.

BP

The world is changing fast and our industry is changing with it. The energy mix is shifting towards lower carbon sources, driven by technological advances and growing environmental concerns. In BP, we will help drive this transition.

Vinci

The VINCI name symbolises the best in innovation, creativity and technological mastery, befitting for a Group that harnesses a culture of innovation to deliver technical expertise in tackling the most complex of projects.

Metis

Honesty, clarity, expertise; these three words form the foundations of Metis. What started as two chartered engineers on a mission to challenge the status quo, is now a leading consultancy renowned for outstanding customer relationships.

AKT II

You need look no further than our logo to find an apt metaphor for AKT II’s style of work. A freely moving reactive mass of entities, the swarm represents the core nature of our engineering philosophy. It embodies everything that we stand for as a cutting

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