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Civil Engineering Survey 2008

NCE has joined-up with Autodesk to launch a survey, designed to explore current attitudes and issues within the civil engineering profession.

The results will provide unique insight into the opinions of the people behind the profession - that is, your views, your careers, your aspirations and your expectations.

By telling us how you feel about the state of new civil engineering today you can help us to provide meaningful editorial content that continues to meet the evolving needs of our readers.

Taking part in the survey should not take more than a few minutes. Remember, your contribution is hugely valuable to this unique examination of industry and profession as it operates today. To take part simply go to www.nce.co.uk/civil-survey and follow the link to the survey.

Every person who completes the survey will be automatically entered into our prize draw to win one of five £100 vouchers to spend at Amazon.

Many thanks for your help on this project. The results of the survey will appear in NCE during October and will form the basis of a live discussion event to follow. I hope this survey will become a regular part of NCE's editorial year and source of valuable information for the new civil engineering community.

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