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Geoffrey Osborne

After a relatively quiet first day of Civils 2000, Geoffrey Osborne's stand was well attended with a steady flow of visitors throughout the week.

The theme of the stand was 'Engineering Solutions', enabling the company to demonstrate recent contract innovations at work.

These innovations include bridge slide methods such as the Autoripage and Autofoncage techniques. Visitors to the stand could see one of the working jacks used to pull the structures.

Additionally there was a video of the process in action, together with a presentation of the company's activities.

Visitors also got the chance to enter a competition to win six bottles of champagne by guessing how far a bridge structure moved in a certain period of time. There was a clue in the video.

For Geoffrey Osborne, the event was good value for money and an excellent way to promote its capabilities.

For more information contact Bill Hughes on (01243) 787811

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