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What's on: 22 December - 19 January 2006

ICE news

INTERNATIONAL

11 Jan: Frontiers in offshore geotechnics, 19-21 Sept 2005 Perth, Australia. ICE. Contact: Gavin Bowyer fax: 020 7799 1325 gavin. bowyer@ice. org. uk

NATIONAL 18 Jan: Impacts of climate change on Caspian Sea levels.

Glasgow University.

Contact: Michael Cranston michael. cranston@sepa. org. uk

19 Jan: Steel fibre reinforced concrete tunnel linings. ICE.

Contact: Gavin Bowyer fax: (020) 7799 1325 gavin. bowyer@ice. org. uk

EAST MIDLANDS

10 Jan: Restoration of Lincoln Cathedral window. Lincoln Cathedral Centre. Contact: Neil Besley (01332) 256026

10 Jan: Contaminated land. Kegworth.

Contact: Ian Grierson (01455) 283341

17 Jan: The role of the traffic manager. Sunley Management Centre, Northampton. Contact: Paul Thompson (01933) 231730

18 Jan: Highways Agency Contracts. Renaissance Hotel, South Normanton. Contact: Robert Biggs (01629) 580000

EAST OF ENGLAND

04 Jan: Concrete structures and Fire. Aviation Research Association, Bedford. Contact: Jim Hannah (01582) 591829.

11 Jan: Ipswich drainage past, present and future. Jackson Civil Engineering. Contact: Leigh Parratt (01473) 604666

12 Jan: SCE Forum.

Hertfordshire Sports Village Contact: Alexandra Crampton (01707) 395094

17 Jan: Louth navigation.

The National Centre for Deafblindness. Peterborough Contact: Nicola Perry (01733) 391456

19 Jan: Lessons from failure.

Faber Maunsell offices, St Albans Contact: Nick Eckford (01582) 70800

EAST OF SCOTLAND

19 Jan: (Joint with the West of Scotland) Coastal management plans. Dundee University, Dundee. 6:30pm. Contact: JM Crowther (0141) 331 3545

MIDLANDS

17 Jan: Roman engineering - Hadrian's Wall and its bridges.

The Three Counties Hotel, Hereford. 6pm. Contact: Andrew Culley (01432) 261955 aculley@herefordshire. gov. uk

18 Jan: Qualifying as a technician member. Axis Building, Birmingham. 6pm.

Contact: Jane Young (01214) 294928 jane. young@ice. org. uk

19 Jan: New Roads and Streetworks Act seminar.

Britannia Stadium, Stoke-onTrent. Booking essential, fee payable. 9am. Steve Morgan 01782 232 138 steven.morgan@stoke. gov. uk

19 Jan: Improving and maintaining our highway infrastructure. Austin Court, Birmingham. 6pm. Contact: Jane Young (01214) 294928 jane. young@ice. org. uk

NORTH WEST

11 Jan: Waste Management Regulations - their application on construction sites. County Hall, Preston. 6.30pm Contact: Trevor Simm (01772) 746514

11 Jan: Workshop for professional review candidates.

CUBE, Manchester, 10am Booking essential. Fee payable.

Contact: Janice Parkinson (07976) 313656

11 Jan: Membership surgery.

CUBE, Manchester, 10am.

Booking essential.

Contact: Janice Parkinson (07976) 313656

12 Jan: Designer duties under CDM, Kendal. 6pm. Contact: David Buckden (01539) 729393

16 Jan: Design and construction of the Marine Way Bridge, Southport. Peter Jost Centre. 6.30pm. Contact: Steve Jones (0161) 911 4337

18 Jan: Membership surgery 2020 Liverpool, 10am. Booking essential. Contact: Janice Parkinson (07976) 313656

19 Jan: Fly on the wall of the review room. Renold Building, Manchester University. 6.30pm.

Contact: Matt Stott (0161) 962 1214

NORTHERN IRELAND

9 Jan: PPP Alpha Water NI Project - A successful step in the path to reform. Queen's University, Belfast 6:15 pm.

Contact: Wendy Blundell (028) 9087 7157 wendy. blundell@ice. org. uk

16 Jan: Northern Ireland railways - A vision for the future.

Queen's University, Belfast.

6:15pm. Wendy Blundell (028) 9087 7157 wendy. blundell@ice. org. uk

SOUTH

12 Jan: Bewl Darwell water pipeline transfer scheme.

Sussex University, Brighton.

Contact: Jacqui Brown (01962) 869263 17 Jan: Manual for streets.

West Sussex County Hall.

Contact: Duncan McVey (023) 8068 8234

SOUTH EAST OF ENGLAND

17 Jan: SEEDA's regeneration projects in the Medway Towns.

Jellicoe Lecture Theatre, Chatham Maritime. 6:30pm.

Contact: Anne Qualters fax (020) 8650 5417 (020) 8289 6444 aqualters@btopenworld. com

SOUTH WEST

11 Jan: Gloucester S.West Bypass - Phase 4.

Gloucestershire County Council.

6pm. Contact: Barbara Davey (01626) 879836.

17 Jan: Boscastle disaster management. Arup Auditorium, Bristol. 6pm. Contact: Barbara Davey 01626 879836.

WALES

11 Jan: Engineers at the top.

Cardiff University. 6pm Contact:Felicity White (029) 20630561.

18 Jan: Regenerating Swansea city centre. Swansea County Hall, Swansea. 10:45pm.

Contact: Graham Copus (01656) 662370.

19 Jan: Environmental considerations for highway schemes. Cardiff University.

6pm. Contact: Debby Booth (07734) 595 721.

19 Jan: Regeneration seminar - best practice. County Hall, Cardiff Bay. Contact: Felicity White (029) 20630561.

19 Jan: Site visit to Celtic Gateway Bridge at Holyhead.

Laing O'Rouke site offices, Holyhead Port. Contact:

Debbie Scott (01978) 366500

WEST OF SCOTLAND

10 Jan: 'Mind the Gap'; Design and construction of geosynthetic reinforced load transfer platforms. 6:15pm.

Teacher Building, Glasgow.

Contact: Alistair Chisholm (0131) 331 1999

17 Jan: Highlands & Islands chairman's address: The environment of civil engineering.

The Green House, Inverness.

6:00pm. Contact: DC Donald (01463) 784314.

18 Jan: Impact of climate change on Caspian Sea levels.

Rankine Building, University of Glasgow. 6:30pm. Contact: J Hawkins (0141) 227 6846.

19th Jan: Scottish Water Solutions: Delivery of £1bn investment through Partnership in Action. Teacher Building, Glasgow. 6:15pm. Contact: Shaun Nesbitt (0131) 322 9411

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