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Conferences & Courses


Effective management of emergencies. 4 February. London. Contact Torgun Cane, fax (0171) 222 0445.

Thaumasite form of sulphate attack: theory and practice. 24 February. Watford. Contact BRE, tel: (01923) 664 000.

JPA is running the following courses in February:

Leadership and teamwork. 2 February. Nottingham. Financial awareness for civil engineers. 3 February. Newcastle. Effective time management. 11 February. Bristol. Estimating and tendering for success. 16 February. Gatwick. Introduction to law and contracts. 19 February. High Wycombe. Effective modern management. 24 February. Manchester. Contact Dagmar Roberts, tel: (0115) 960 1200.


Improving road safety audits. 8 February. Birmingham. Contact Paul McCormick, tel: (0121) 248 2126.

Module 5 Advanced traffic calming. 9-11 February. Coventry. Introduction to traffic management. 16-18 February. Coventry.

Contact TMS Consultancy, tel (01203) 690 900.

Polymers for advanced applications. 8-12 February. Guildford. Contact Derek Saunders, tel (01483) 259 378.

Structures and blast loading. 17 February. London. Designing connections. 23 February. London. Contact Institution of Structural Engineers conference office, tel (0171) 235 4294.

Waste minimisation to zero emissions. 25 February. Leeds. Contact Zena Hickinson, tel (0113) 233 2308.


European urban mass transit - exploring solutions to European public transport projects. 3-4 February. Berlin. Contact ICM Conferences, (0171) 436 5735.

Foundations for major bridges - design and construction. 22-24 February. New Delhi, India. Contact IABSE secretariat, tel +41 1 633 2647.

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