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What's On 19 to 15 October

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18 Oct: Connected asset management for Highways, webinar (pictured above). 12.30pm to 1.30pm. Click here to book. Contact

20 Oct: Debate: Do SuDS increase the value of development? 12pm to 2pm, ICE, One Great George Street, SW1P 3AA. Click here to book. Contact

East of England

19 Oct: ICE East of England flood and water management conference 2017. 10am to 5pm. AirSpace Conference Centre, Duxford Imperial War Museum, Duxford. Tickets from £130 plus VAT. Click here to book

19 Oct: Engineering the restoration and renewal of the Palace of Westminster. 6pm for 6.30pm. Aecom, 63-77 Victoria Street, St Albans. Click here to book


24 Oct: Making London smarter – Lecture 2: making London carbon neutral. 6.30pm, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Contact

North West

Forth crossing 19.10.17 photo for template

Forth crossing 19.10.17 photo for template

Queensferry Crossing: North West, 19 October

19 Oct: ICE Cheshire: Queensferry Crossing. 6.30pm, Chester, Mercure Abbots Well Hotel. Click here to book. Contact

25 Oct: Holding back the sea – A history of Hodbarrow mine sea defences. 6pm, Barrow-in-Furness The Forum. Click here to book. Contact

Northern Ireland

23 Oct: NEC 4: What’s changed, and when will we need NEC 5? 5.30pm to 7.30pm, Riddel Hall, Belfast. Joint event between the ICE commerce and contracts group and APM. Click here for more information. Contact


19 Oct: BIM hosted projects and collaborative working explained. Dundee. 5.54pm to 7.45pm. University of Abertay, Room 2517 (Enter at main reception area), Bell Street, Dundee DD1 1HG. Click here to book. Contact

24 Oct: Beatrice offshore deep water wind turbine project, Inverness. 6pm to 7pm, Inverness College UHI, Main Lecture Theatre, 1 Inverness Campus, Inverness IV2 5NA. Click here to book. Contact

South East

24 Oct: Basics of negotiation. 5.30pm, Ramboll offices, Southampton SO40 7HT. Click here to book. Contact or 0208 663 90127


19 Oct: The south east Wales regional transport model, 4pm, S0.85 Glamorgan Building, King Edward VII Avenue, Cardiff CF10 3WT. Contact

22 Oct: Brunel luncheon 2017, 12pm. The Orangery, Margam Park, Port Talbot SA13 2TJ. Click here for more information. Contact

23 Oct: An Introduction to autism in the workplace, 12.30pm, ICE Wales Cymru Boardroom, Cambrian Buildings, Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff CF10 5FL. Click here for more information. Contact

25 Oct: ICE Wales Cymru AGM 2017 and new chair’s address, 5pm, Cardiff School of Engineering, Trevithick Lecture Theatre (T2/09), The Parade, Cardiff CF24 3AA. Click here for more information. Contact

West Midlands

19 Oct: Lunch and learn natural flood management 1pm, online. Speaker Brian Smith, programme advisor for the Environment Agency. Click here to book.

19 Oct: ICE West Midlands Annual General Meeting (AGM). 5.30pm to 6pm, Lockside, 5 Scotland Street, Birmingham B1 2RR. Click here to book.

19 Oct: How water challenges shape the cities of tomorrow. 6pm for 6.30pm, Lockside, 5 Scotland Street, Birmingham, B1 2RR – also available live on line. Speaker Nanco Dolman, Royal Haskoning, Leading Professional, Water Resilience. Click here to book.

24 Oct: Improving your journey – M5 J1-2 Oldbury Viaduct repair. 6pm, Bromsgrove Golf Centre, Stratford Road, Bromsgrove, B60 1LD. Click here to book.

24 Oct: New ways for composite materials. 6pm, University of Birmingham, Room G34, School of Civil & Mechanical Engineering, Edgbaston, B15 2TT, Click here to book.


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