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What’s on 14 to 20 November

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East of England

15 Nov: Boston Barrier (pictured) – Project Goals, Design and Construction Update. 6.30pm, National Centre for Deafblindness, Cygnet Business Park, Peterborough PE7 8FD. Click here for details.

London

19 Nov: The next 200 years: What will London look like in 2218? 6.30pm, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Contact nalini.solanki@ice.org.uk

20 Nov: Five week health and safety course week 5. 6.30pm, One Great George Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3AA. Contact nalini.solanki@ice.org.uk

 North West

14 Nov: 58th Rankine Lecture 2018: Dynamic soil-structure interaction lecture. 6pm, Renold Building (C2), University of Manchester, Altrincham Street, Manchester M1 7JA. Click here for more details. Contact lauren.moczulski@ice.org.uk or 0161 457 7256

14 Nov: Sainsbury’s supermarket and rugby club development lecture. 7pm, Castle Green Hotel, Castle Green lane, Kendal LA9 6RG. Click here for more details. Contact lauren.moczulski@ice.org.uk or 0161 457 7256

South East

14 Nov: Maritime design for remote, environmentally sensitive regions. 5.30pm, Ramboll offices, Southampton SO40 7HT. Click here to book. Contact anne.qualters@ice.org.uk or 0208 663 9027

17 Nov: Reading’s industrial heritage – Town Walk. 1pm, meet outside Reading Town Hall by Queen Victoria statue RG1 1QH. Click here to book. Contact dmccullyhunter@gmail.com or 01189 783260

South West

15 Nov: Supervising civil engineer, delegated engineer and mentor forum, Swindon. 9am, Jurys Inn, Fleming Way, Swindon SN1 2NG, Click here to book. Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

15 Nov: Supervising civil engineer, delegated engineer and mentor forum, Bristol. 9:30am, Mott Macdonald 10 Temple Back, Bristol BS1 6FL. Click here to book. Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

15 Nov: Mentor-supported training forum, Bristol. 12pm, the Engine Shed, Station Approach, Temple Meads, Bristol, BS1 6QH, Click here to book. Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

15 Nov: European directive workshop, Swindon. 1pm, Jurys Inn, Fleming Way, Swindon SN1 2NG. Click here for more details and to book. Contact Paul Hunt paul.hunt@ice.org.uk / 0121 237 3648

20 Nov: Supervising civil engineer, delegated engineer and mentor forum, Exeter. 8.30am, Devon Hotel, Exeter by-pass, Matford, Exeter EX2 8XU. Click here to book. Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

20 Nov: Technical report route – my experience, Exeter. 5:30pm, Devon Hotel, Exeter by-pass, Matford, Exeter EX2 8XU. Click here to book. Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

Wales

14 Nov: A Framework for Flood Risk Management. 5.30pm, Trevithick Lecture Theatre, Cardiff School of Engineering, The Parade, Cardiff, CF24 3AA. Click here to book. Contact felicity.white@ice.org.uk

15 Nov: A465 HOV improvements. 6pm, The Kinmel Hotel & Spa, St George Road, Abergele, LL22 9AS. Click here to book. Contact wales@ciht.org.uk

West Midlands

15 Nov: Lecture - The Canadian Corps in the last hundred days of WW1. 6pm to 8pm. Council Chamber, County Hall, Worcestershire County Council, Spetchley Road, Worcester WR5 2NP. Click here to book. Contact ice.westmidlands@ice.org.uk

20 Nov: Lecture – The New Telford Footbridge. 4pm to 7pm. Telford & Wrekin Council, Addenbrooke House, Ironmasters Way, Telford TF3 4NT. Click here to book. Contact ice.westmidlands@ice.org.uk

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