History of IET London: Savoy Place
The present Savoy Place was designed by Stephen Salter and H Percy Adams, architects, as a joint Examination Hall for the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Surgeons.
Since its construction in the late 19th century, the building has undergone much refurbishment. The most recent renovation was completed in 2015 which added new meeting rooms and a member first area dedicated to IET members.
About the IET
We inspire, inform and influence the global engineering community to engineer a better world. As a diverse home across engineering and technology, we share knowledge that helps make better sense of the world in order to solve the challenges that matter.
At IET London: Savoy Place we are dedicated to offering the highest possible levels of accessibility and believe in setting the industry standard.
All venues in the IET Venues group are fully committed to reducing their impact on the environment, and as such IET London: Savoy Place is adopting the following approach across all events and office practices.
The goods and services offered on this site are provided to you subject to a number of notices, terms, and conditions.
Come together with like-minded engineers to create, recognise and act on opportunities.
IET members can access a wealth of searchable information – in print and online. Our expert library and archive staff can help you find what you need for your research project.
Make the most of the facilities at Savoy Place. From having a coffee to getting your hands on the latest publications, the space has been designed with your needs in mind.
Make your mark in IET London: Savoy Place the IET’s iconic global engineering hub.