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12 reasons to visit Civils 2002

Civils 2002

Earn five days worth of continuing professional development (CPD) and find out how you can get access to regular CPD opportunities to boost your career.

Hear Terminal 5 construction director Andrew Wolstenholme's views on the art of civil engineering management (Wednesday 12 June, 1pm).

Attend the NCE debates to discuss engineering pay and training, the environment, transport in the UK and the ongoing problem of attracting young people into the profession (see opposite).

Meet new contacts and do business.

Network with old friends and do business.

Find out what Friends of the Earth director Charles Secrett thinks the industry needs to do to become environmentally acceptable (Thursday 13 June, 1pm).

Discover what the industry is already doing to help protect the environment at the Implementing Sustainable Construction seminar (Thursday 13 June, 2pm).

Meet the best graduates around at the NCE Graduate Awards (Thursday 13 June).

Attend a packed programme of technical seminars running throughout the event.

Cheer on the teams in the RedR charity challenge (Wednesday 12 June all day).

Find out first hand about new civil engineering services, techniques and products from the event's 200 exhibitors.

Congratulate the winners of the NCE/Business Collaborator Consultants of the Year awards (Tuesday 11 June).

Remember - register for your Civils 2002 ticket in advance to avoid queues at the door.

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