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What’s on 23 to 29 March

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Ice and wsp joint lecture 2017 london

Ice and wsp joint lecture 2017 london

London: National, 29 March

29 March: ICE and WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff joint lecture: A London that works for all. ICE, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Click here to book. Contact or 020 7665 2226. Also available to watch live online.



East of England

23 March: Innovation in construction – why and how? 6pm for 6.30pm. Aecom House, 63-77 Victoria Street, St Albans. Click here to book. 


27 March: Preparing London for change: Lecture 1 – Human threats to London’s infrastructure. 6.30pm, One Great George Street, London SW1P 3AA. Contact

North East

Polyhalite mine 1

Polyhalite mine 1

Polyhalite: North East, 29 March

29 March: Polyhalite, a new industry for Teesside. Middlesbrough Teesside University, Stephenson Building, Tees Valley, Middlesbrough TS1 3BX. Click here to book. Contact:

North West

23 March: Cumbria Branch annual supper. 6pm, Ambleside Salutation Hotel. Click here to book. Contact

23 March: WH Schofield Trophy: Golf Day. 1pm, Caldy Golf Course Wirral. Click here to book. Contact 


23 March: Redevelopment of Glasgow’s Kelvin Hall. 5.30pm for 6.15pm, Technology & Innovation Centre, University of Strathclyde, 99 George Street, Glasgow G1 1RD. Click here to book. Contact

23 March: Exploring process thinking to create streamlined digital workflows: information versus documentation. 5.45pm for 6.15pm, Room 1S05, Dalhousie Building, University of Dundee, Nethergate, Dundee DD1 4HN. Click here to book. Contact

27 March: Emerging Engineers Award – GWoS Branch Final. 5.30pm for 6pm. CCA Glasgow Clubroom, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD. Click here to book. Contact

29 March: 1D/2D Flood modelling. 6pm for 6.30pm, Royal Overseas League, Overseas House, Edinburgh, EH2 3AB. Click here to book. Contact

South East

27 March: How do you construct a sustainable future? 5.30pm, University of Southampton, Lanchester Building SO17 1BJ. Speakers from Opus Internaltional. Click here to book. Contact or 0208 663 9027

29 March: Are institutions fit for purpose and relevant in the 21st Century? 6pm, University of Portsmouth, Portland Building, Room 1.74, PO1 3AH. Click here to book 

South West

23 March: Supervising civil engineer, delegated Engineer & Mentor Breakfast Forum, Truro Click here to book. Contact or 0121 237 3648


23 March: Greener Grangetown - detailed design, 6.30pm, The Kinmel Hotel and Spa, St George Road, Abergele, LL22 9AS, Contact

29 March: Supervising civil engineer, delegated engineer and mentor breakfast forum, Cardiff. Click here to book. Contact or 0121 237 3648

West Midlands

British Airways i360 Drone image 6 Credit Visual Air

British Airways i360 Drone image 6 Credit Visual Air

British Airways i360 Tower: West Midlands, 28 March

28 March: i360 British Airways Tower, 5.30 pm, Shirehall, Shrewsbury SY2 6ND. Speaker: Dr John Roberts, executive director of operations, Jacobs. Click here to book Contact

28 March: Climate change – adaptation and mitigation; when trying harder simply will not suffice, 6pm, Room G34, School of Civil & Mechanical Engineering, University of Birmingham B15 2TT. Speaker: Professor Keith Clarke CBE. Click here to book. 

Yorkshire & Humber

23 March: Leeds HS2 station integration. 10.30am for 11.00am, Rogerthorpe Manor Hotel, Thorpe Lane, Badsworth, Pontefract WF9 1AB. Click here to book.

28 March: Membership surgery. 9am to 3.30pm, Leeds Beckett University, Northern Terrace NT B07, City Campus, Leeds LS1 3HE. Click here to book an appointment

29 March: Annual debate: “This house believes that advancing technology poses the biggest threat to the role of the engineer”. Chair: ICE director general Nick Baveystock. 6pm, Network Rail Workforce Development Centre (auditorium), York Engineers’ Triangle, Cinder Lane (off Leeman Road), York, YO26 4AB. Click here to book



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