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Find out more about effective project management

Find out more about effective project management at the final of the ICE Civil Engineering Manager of the Year at the ICE on 14 October at Great George Street.

Finalists are: Brian Coslett of Hyder Utilities, who managed the £45M Ganol Water Treatment project in Wales; Rodney Self of Mott MacDonald International, who heads the £250M Karachi Water Supply Scheme; Graeme Stewart, who led BP Amoco's Vapour Recovery Project; and Michael Fordham, who was in charge of Thames Water's East London Sewerage Sludge Incineration project.

The finalists will describe what made them a successful project manager in a bid to convince the judges that they are the civil engineering manager of the year.

Proceedings start at 5.45pm. The judges will make the award at a drinks reception directly after the presentations.

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