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Rennie reports

THE FOUR finalists in the 1998 James Rennie Medal competition will make public presentations at the ICE next Tuesday, 6 October from 2.15pm.

Aim of the medal is to recognise an engineer under 35 years of age who has demonstrated exceptional qualities in the use of engineering principles and construction knowledge in the design or construction of temporary or permanent works.

The four were chosen by a panel from the 20 best reports submitted for this year's Chartered Professional Reviews. Members are invited to join the audience and question the finalists at the end of their presentations.

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