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Software firms come out in force

CIVILS and structural software is set to make a big showing at the NEC next year.

Distributor of packages developed by Ove Arup, Oasys is the latest software firm to sign up to Civils 2000 and will be flagging up its recent move from a DOS to a Windows-based operating platform.

Oasys marketing manager Melanie Palmer said the firm will be using Civils as a launch pad for winning back market share.

Also showcasing its latest software developments will be CAD specialist Infrasoft; project management software provider Primavera; supplier of civiland structural analysis tools Integer; CSC, specialising in structural steel detailing and analysis; and water, waste and sewerage software specialist Microdrainage.

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