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What you'll find on NCEPlus...

Internet; NCEPlus

News

The only live news service dedicated to construction.

Updated throughout the day with up to 50 breaking stories from the UK and the rest of the world.

Dedicated sections for civil engineering, construction, business, e- commerce, projects, people and architecture.

Comprehensive coverage of the City, Parliament, industry and company news and project leads.

e-mail: news@ebc.emap.com

The Knowledge Bank

How civil engineers are putting good ideas into practice on site or in the office.

Share information about anything from a new technique for bridge strengthening to the benefits of a project newsletter or an original use for barcodes.

Tell the profession and potential clients about innovations you have been involved with - or get inspiration from other people's approaches.

Spectacular 3D images that let you look all around important projects.

Easily searchable by subject or companies involved.

Updated daily.

Information on currentwork always welcome

e-mail: lisa.russell@ebc.emap.com

Archive

Massive database of around 30,000 articles from magazines including New Civil Engineer, Ground Engineering and Construction News.

All the articles from NCE from the last two years.

Completely free of charge.

Company directory

Key information about 18,000 companies and other organisations in the industry.

Easily searchable.

Free to users.

No charge for adding your basic company details.

Options available to upgrade entries.

Information can be quickly updated.

e-mail: nceplus@ebc.emap.com

New products

Find information about the latest product launches, trade literature and applications.

120 new products added every week.

Searchable by type or company name.

Basic details published free.

Options available to upgrade entries.

Press releases always welcome.

e-mail: products@ebc.emap.com

Products directory

Easy access to information about thousands of manufacturers and suppliers.

Links to the new Construction Intelligence system for full specification and purchasing (see overleaf).

Free to users.

No charge for inclusion of basic company details - options available to supply extra information

e-mail: products@ebc.emap.com

Jobs

Emap's well established Careers in Construction website.

Updated daily with job opportunities.

Some 800 openings at any time, including the recruitment ads from the back pages of NCE.

Careers information and advice.

e-mail: cinc@ebc.emap.com

Information Technology

All the latest news and applications of information technology.

Fully searchable directory of suppliers of software, hardware and geographical mapping data.

Comment and advice from leaders in the field.

News of new launches

e-mail: constructionplus.it@ construct.emap.com

Weather

Free three day national and regional forecasts from theMet Office, plus other information including severe weather warnings.

Access to paid for services including long range and more detailed forecasts.

Bookshop

Publications from the Building Research Establishment plus other research and development organisations of similar authority - BCSA, BDA, CAE, CIBSE, CIRIA, PSA, SCI.

Information

Other essential information, such as a guide to what's on in construction, monthly updates from the British Standards Institution and links to keywebsites.

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