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Big names sign up for Infrastructure show

BAA, Crossrail and Network Rail are the latest high profile names to sign up to NCE’s newly launched Infrastructure Show, taking place between 18 and 20 October at NEC, Birmingham.

The event will give the whole civil engineering community a networking platform to share best practice and debate the pressing issues facing major construction and delivery projects.

The show will be split into themed hubs, with Network Rail and Crossrail occupying the Rail Hub, and BAA taking part in the Airport Hub. Other hubs will be built around the themes of cities, roads and utilities and also fronted by major clients.

Each hub will feature a dedicated seminar programme to look at the ways that each sector can tackle the key issues surrounding the delivery of new projects.

Speakers confirmed to date include Infrastructure UK chief executive James Stewart, Network Rail director of investment projects Simon Kirby, BAA capital director Steve Morgan, Olympic Delivery Authority chief executive John Armitt and London Borough of Newham chief executive Joe Duckworth.

A host of exhibitors have already signed up to the show, including, RMD Kwikform, Vinci and Lafarge Topcon and Kosran.

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