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Civils 2000 coincided with CSC's 25th anniversary as the premier supplier of structural software solutions in the UK.

The exhibition was an ideal opportunity to celebrate. The stand was festooned with specially produced balloons commemorating 25 successful years in business.

As a thank you to the thousands of users in the UK who have supported CSC during the last 25 years, a special gift was given to all visitors to the stand - a free copy of Fastrak 5950 simple beam software.

You can visit CSC's new website at to download beam design software and find out more about CSC's software and services.

Whether it was the free gift, good weather or interest in CSC's latest product - 3D+ (which provides advanced structural modelling within the AutoCAD environment) - business was brisk on CSC's stand, with a continuous stream of visitors over the four day exhibition.

As well as demonstrating the well known software packages TEDDS, Fastrak 5950 and S-Frame to potential users, CSC staff renewed acquaintances with many old friends who were visiting the show to discover the latest developments in the civil and structural engineering world.

'Civils 2000 is the exhibition for the construction industry, ' says Andrew Beveridge, CSC's group managing director.

'It provides a shop window for the entire spectrum of our business. We can exchange ideas and information with existing customers and build new relationships with potential clients.'

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