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What’s on 21 to 27 October

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National

26 Sept: Minimising noise and vibration on Crossrail with innovative heavyweight concrete (pictured above), webinar. Click here to book. ice.org.uk/crossrailnoise or email events@ice.org.uk.

East of England

26 Sept: Career Appraisal workshop – session 1. 4pm to 6pm, Jackson Civil Engineering, 30 White House Road, Ipswich. Click here to book. Attendance at all four sessions (26 September, 17 October, 7 November & 28 November) is compulsory

27 Sept: Uretek Geopolymer ground remediation. 12pm for 12.30pm, Wherry Flint room, Quay Place, St Mary at the Quay, Key Street, Ipswich. Click here to book

27 Sept: Knowledge development and transfer in geotechnical engineering. 6 for 6.30pm, Emmanuel College, Queen’s Building, St Andrew’s Street, Cambridge. Click here to book. Deadline for registration: midday Friday 22 September.

East Midlands

26 Sept: ICE East Midlands AGM & Bombs away. Risk mitigation of UXO in construction, 6pm to 8pm, Best Western Premier Yew Lodge, Packington Hill, Kegworth DE74 2DF. Contact: ice.eastmidlands@ice.org.uk

London

22 Sept: EngineeringLate. 6pm. One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Contact yiannis.xenarios@ice.org.uk

25 Sept: Thames Estuary Asset Management 2100 Programme. 6.30pm, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Contact nalini.solanki@ice.org.uk

North West

21 Sept: Birmingham New Street Station Redevelopment – Temporary Works Design. 6pm, Kendal Crooklands Hotel. Click here to book. Contact scott.christian@sellafieldsites.com

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The A55: North West, 27 September

21 Sept: Attribute Workshop and G&S Open Meeting. 6.30pm, Manchester St James’s Boardroom. Click here to book. Contact gjurkonyte@laingorourke.com

21 Sept: ICE Cheshire, Birchwood: Temporary Works – Past, present and future. 6.30pm, Warrington The Centre Birchwood. Click here to book. Contact antje.budge@hotmail.co.uk

27 Sept: Telford’s Holyhead Road in Wales – the first super highway. 6.30pm, Preston Uclan. Click here to book. Contact kenton.chong@lancashire.gov.uk

27 Sept: Visit to Newton-le-Willows Railway Station Site. 4pm, Newton le Willows Galliford Try Site Offices. Click here to book. Contact Irina.lavina@mottmac.com

Northern Ireland

21 Sept: Lunch and learn: engaging with communities to reduce flood risk webinar, 1pm to 2pm, online. Presented by Jonathan McKee from the Department for Infrastructure. Click here to book. https://www.ice.org.uk/events/lunch-and-learn-reducing-flood-risk. Contact jude.faloon@ice.org.uk.

Scotland

21 Sept: Let it Snowe, let it Snowe, let it Snowe, Glasgow. 5.30pm to 7.30pm. Technology and Innovation Centre, 99 George Street, Glasgow G1 1RD. Click here to book. Contact lynn.dow@ice.org.uk

21 Sept: Annual open meeting. 6pm. Pub quiz. 6.45pm. Golf Tavern, 30-31 Wright’s Houses, Edinburgh EH10 4HR. Click here to book. Contact lynn.dow@ice.org.uk

South East

26 Sept: Thames Valley Branch AGM and M3 Woodlands Lane Bridge. 6pm, University of Surrey, Room 40AA03, Guildford GU2 7XH. Click here to book. Contact anne.qualters@ice.org.uk or 0208 663 9027

Yorkshire & Humber

26 Sept: ICE Professional Review preparation course. 9am to 5pm, Park Inn Hotel, North Street, York YO1 6JF. Click here to book

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