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NCE insite inspires tomorrow's engineers

OUT THIS week is the spring term issue of NCE's free schools magazine NCEinsite, including details of an exciting new timber design competition.

It is jammed full of stories on inspiring projects, profiles of inspirational engineers and sound advice on civils engineering careers.

NCEinsite is produced by NCE to give 16 to 19 year old students, their parents and their teachers the information and inspiration students need to join the civil engineering profession. The magazine is free and is published once a term.

The spring issue also provides vital information on the 2004 wood. for good sponsored design competition.

Last year 130 schools across the country took up the challenge to design a timber bridge.

Construction minister Nigel Griffiths was personally on hand to reward the winning team from Eton College with an expenses paid trip to see timber construction in Norway.

This year teams must come up with a demountable outdoor stage and performance area.

To register for a free copy of NCEinsite email your name and contact details to nceinsite@ construct. emap. com or phone (020) 7505 6666. If you would like your local school to receive a free copy each term, email the name and address of the teacher you would like a copy sent to.

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