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NEWS

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL development and the need to give visitors access to vital career enhancing information will underpin every event and activity at next year's Civils 2002 show.

Now more than just an exhibition, Civils 2002 will be the place for engineers to get together, discover, develop and discuss new ideas on many key issues facing the industry.

NCE's live debates aim to get to the heart of the industry's problems and concerns. Visitors to the show will be able to get involved by both listening and contributing.

And to supplement the debates, a series of keynote lectures is also planned to give access to the most up to date thinking from the biggest players in the industry.

These will dovetail with a full programme of free technical seminars to provide information on the latest developments and innovations on display.

Backing from the Institution of Civil Engineers and its local association network will ensure all events provide the right training and development opportunity for engineers and graduates to cover key core objectives.

In the run up to the show, NCE will feature and preview events and exhibits and generate real data to underpin discussions at the event.

Civils 2002 will be the biggest learning and knowledge sharing event that the industry has ever seen. Make sure you are part of it!

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