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Make the most of Civils & Pipelines 2000.

The second Civils & Pipelines Exhibition will be held at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham in May.

The inaugural 1998 show provided a high profile opportunity for the industry to demonstrate the vast range of its services, products and abilities. And it offered a brand new opportunity for everyone in the market to meet and do business face to face.

Civils & Pipelines 2000 will be even bigger and will concentrate enormous levels of attention on the companies involved. At the same time it will act as a very public platform for civil engineering generally.

New Civil Engineer will be publishing three special preview issues in the run up to the exhibition as well as the Civils 2000 Show Guide/Show Daily which will be available every day at the event.

Civils 2000 Exhibitors have already received a detailed media pack outlining the full range of opportunities available.

However, those companies who are unable to attend the 2000 show will still be able to benefit from the interest generated around the event. Advertising space will be available in the focused preview issues, outside the specific Civils 2000 sections.

So even if your company cannot make the show you can still make the most of the opportunity.

Key issue dates to take note of are:

13 April: Materials & products preview.

20 April: Services and clients preview.

18 May: Main preview.

For more information call your account manager or Dan Thomas on (020) 7505 6887

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