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What’s on 2 to 8 May

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East of England

02 May: Delivering water supply resilience across the Anglian Water region. 6pm for 6.30pm, ARA Social Club, Manton Lane, Bedford. Click here to book. Joint event with Bedford Civil Engineering Society.

North West

05 May: Exploring engineering of the High Peak – Canal Walk (ICE 200). 10am, Romiley Station. Click here to book. Contact kathleen.harrison@jacobs.com

Northern Ireland

03 May: Lunch and learn webinar – Digital offsite construction with David Clark of McAvoy Group, 1pm to 2pm, Click here to book. Contact jude.faloon@ice.org.uk.

South West

02 May: Practical IPD Management, Bristol. 9:30am, Hydrock, Merchant’s House North, Wapping Road, Bristol BS1 4RW. Click here to book. Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

Wales

03 May: Wales National Flooding Conference 2018. 9.00am, Novotel Hotel, Schooner Way, Cardiff CF10 4RT. Click here to book.Contact felicity.white@ice.org.uk    

West Midlands

03 May: Fast-Track EngTech MICE workshops, Birmingham. Click here to book. Contact paul.hunt@ice.org.uk or 0121 237 3648

Yorkshire & Humberside

03 May: Lunch and learn: Digitising the offsite construction industry, webinar. 1pm. Click here for more information.

03 May: Annual debate: quotas – a solution to a diversity problem? York. 6pm. Click here for more information.

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