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Construction 98 conference

Full programmes for NCE's Construction 98 conference to be held in London on 21 October are now available from Anna Gosnell on

(0171) 505 6662.

The one day event is designed to give construction executives an insight into the new opportunities and pressures that will affect their business in the year ahead.

Topics include integrated transport, South East Asian markets, partnering and private finance. Speakers include Arup chairman Duncan Michael, London Transport chief executive Denis Tunnicliffe and Railtrack development director Martin Reynolds.

Careers in Construction

The NCE-sponsored Careers in Construction event will not take place at the Paragon Hotel in London this year . We have transformed the event into an online recruitment service, also called Careers in Construction. You can visit the site every day to discover the latest jobs on offer and gain information about the industry.

An e-mail newsletter is the latest initiative from the internet service. The newsletter will be sent to those registering on the web site, providing updates on jobs and information on the site. 'We are planning a weekly update on the number of new jobs in each category, plus advice on other information made available through the site,' said Emap's James McQuillan who is responsible for the service.

You can visit the site on http://www.CareersInConstruction.com

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