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Spring term winners


Following the live final at Civils the spring term competition concluded as follows:

Individual competition First: Ben Gibson, Mouchel Parkman Second (joint): Neil Butcher, Arup and Andrew Gasgoyne-Cecil, King Edward VI Grammar School, Chelmsford.

Other finalists:Gary Thomson, Midlothian Council Simon Taylor, Arup David Tunbridge, CEL International Luke Blunden, University of Southampton Richard Balmer, retired Tim Harris, Expedition Engineering Team competition (pictured above) First: The A10 team - Atkins - Peter Little, David Heron and Amy Brown Second: The dynamic trio - University of Bristol - Adam Crewe, Wendy Daniell and James Norman Third: To Infinity and beyond - Environment Agency -John Hindle, Claire Brown and Phil Stewart Other finalists PRP Oldboys - Patterson Reeves & Partners - Colin Lillicrap and Peter Curtis Gleeson Kingsbridge-MJ Gleeson - Nick Saunders, Gareth Evans and Jim Wright A303 Stonehenge Design Team - Tony Lockyer After the live spring term final at Civils 2004 the CleverClogs summer term starts this week.

All team and individual scores will be zeroed for the new term to find the summer term winner.

If you have already registered there is no need to re-register. New contestants should visit www. cleverclogsonline today to register for individual or team entry.

The summer term will last for 12 weeks and conclude on 22 July.

Good luck with the questions.

Remember, all the answers to the spring term questions and worked solutions are posted on www.

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