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Wednesday is Highways Day at Civils 2004

To get the full lowdown on Highways Agency thinking, look no further than Civils 2004.

Highways Agency Day on Wednesday 28 April is set to draw crowds as industry leaders and suppliers take the opportunity to meet Highway Agency board members and take part in a series of discussions on current issues.

lProcurement director Steve Rowsell will speak about achieving best value in the supplier and client relationship.

lNational Traffic Director David York will speak about service delivery to motorists and the Highways Agency's new traffic management role.

lMajor Projects Director Keith Miller will outline the Agency's latest thinking on delivering the strategic roads programme.

lChief Highway Engineer Ginny Clarke will discuss the search for innovation.

lMany other Agency staff, including supply chain manager Gary Wright, will be found on the Highways Agency stand Demand for places will be high the Agency is running two half-day sessions. Entry to the morning session will be invitation only, but all are welcome to the afternoon session.

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