||Infrastructure is the backbone of sustainable development and forms much of the foundation for quality of life. However, it consumes vast material resources and energy. Hence, educating todays’ prospective engineers, who will design, construct, and maintain these systems for the next 50 or more years; with the awareness and knowledge of sustainable infrastructure design is critical in achieving a sustainable quality of life for generations to come. Civil engineering covers a wide range of disciplines that incorporates infrastructures: construction, environmental, geotechnical, water resources, structural and transportation engineering. Therefore, it is imperative civil engineering undergraduate students get accustomed to concepts and principles needed to meet the requirements of sustainability in complex civil engineering projects. The curricula of civil engineering undergraduate programs in Europe focus mainly on safety, regulations, standards, codes, and security of infrastructure systems and lack societal and environmental impacts, sustainability, resilience concepts in the various stages of the design process. As a response, this project will develop an undergraduate civil engineering curriculum that covers sustainable infrastructure design to ensure graduates have the ability to apply concepts and principles of sustainability to the solution of complex civil engineering projects. In order to achieve this objective, SUSTAIN-CE will lead to and test innovative curricula in Turkey, Greece, and Portugal by blending context-specific driven skill gap mitigation with globally benchmarked practices in true co-creation with industry, industry associations, policy makers, end-users and academia. This will be further multiplied and sustained through a digital and fully open platform towards boosting open learning in the above mentioned context.