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Careers in Construction 98 will continue the success

'Careers in Construction 98 will continue the success of the 1997 event which attracted more than 3,000 potential professionals including architects, engineers, surveyors and building managers.

Candidates visiting the event will have the opportunity to meet the most proactive employers from right across the industry. The top consultants and contractors working in the building and civil engineering sectors will all be there.

The event will be supported once again by the major institutions and associations. This not only makes Careers in Construction a cost effective recruitment method for the companies involved but also promotes a positive image for careers in the construction industry.

Careers in Construction 98 will once again provide the forum for contractors and consultants to recruit experienced, good quality, qualified professionals from all the construction industry disciplines. Companies attending will also have the opportunity to provide speakers for the popular seminar programme associated with the event.

I believe that Careers in Construction in October 1998 will provide a major opportunity for promoting a positive image of training and careers in the construction sector.

I hope to see you there.'

Andrew Knight

director

Careers in Construction 98

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