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ICE news

NATIONAL 21 May: (Correction) Practical management of flood risk at bridges. ICE. 2-5pm.

Contact Eunice Waddell: (020) 7665 2238. Joint meeting with Chilterns branch.

24 May: Performance of earth dams during the Bhuj earthquake on 26 January 2001. ICE. 6pm.

Contact Tim Fuller: (020) 7665 2234.

25 May: Practical design for health and safety. ICE. 6pm.

Contact Eunice Waddell: (020) 7665 2238. Joint meeting with Chilterns branch.

25 May: Dublin drainage - the way forward. Great Southern Hotel, Dublin Airport. 9.30am-5pm.

www. icedublin. ie 25 May: EPMF5. DTI Conference Centre. 10am-5.30pm. Contact Steve Wake (020) 8886 5594.

26 May: Seismic assessment of existing nuclear structures.

Birchwood Conference Centre.

10-5.30pm. Fee payable. Contact Ian Andrews (020) 7665 2241.

26 May: West Rail in Hong Kong.

ICE. 5.30pm. Contact Rachel Vaughan (020) 7665 2156.

27 May: The design of steel railway bridges. This RCEA meeting is now full. Attendees can watch the meeting on a monitor in the Godfrey Mitchell Theatre and will be able to participate in the questions session after. ICE. 6pm. Contact:

Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

27 May: Soft Coastal Cliffs:

understanding and managing retreat. ICE. 2-5. Contact AnneMarie Ferguson (020) 7665 2232.

27 May: Setting up and running a successful consultancy IMechE.

9.30am-5.15pm. Contact:

Madeline Willis (020) 7973 1260 29 May: ICE Annual Dinner.

London Metropole. 7pm. Contact Alice Staite (020) 7665 2313 1 June: The challenges of the Canadian east coast. ICE. 5.307.30pm. Contact Marta Dziedzicki (020) 7665 2239.

2-4 June: Terrain and geohazard challenges facing onshore oil and gas pipelines. ICE. 9.30am5.30pm. Contact Sue Frye (020) 7665 2315.

LONDON 26 May: The CDM consultation document: our last chance. ICE.

6.30pm. Contact joanna. holland@ice. org. uk WALES 24 May: NEBOSH National General Certificate (10 days duration + 2 for examination).

ICE, Cardiff. 12.15pm. Contact Jackie Millett (01446) 775959.

27 May: ICE (NWB) AGM - Contact Debbie Scott (01978) 366500.

THAMES VALLEY 25 May: G&S committee welcome meeting. Back of Beyond Pub, 104-108 Kings Road, Reading. 6.30pm. Contact Lydia Dunsdon, (01844) 296 200.

26 May: Co-ordinating water and sanitation activities for the UN in Iraq. University of Surrey.

6.30pm. Contact John Done (0118) 988 4816.

EAST SCOTLAND/ GLASGOW & WEST OF SCOTLAND 26 May: Prestige lecture - London's congestion charging.

Royal Society of Edinburgh. 6pm.

Contact Richard Williams (0131) 529 3583.

26 May: DAB: Collace Quarry, 6pm. Contact Kevin Galbraith (01241) 433925.

27 May: CDM Regulations - risk assessment in design. Inchyra Grange Hotel, Falkirk. 9.30am.

Contact Diane Lewis (0800) 1830133.

28 May: Safety - are we really putting it first? The City of Edinburgh Council Chambers.

9.30am. Contact: Kenny Aitken (0141) 287 9323.

MIDLANDS 27 May: Monthly membership surgery. Prior booking necessary. The Boot Room, Austin Court, 80 Cambridge Street, Birmingham. 9am-5pm.

Contact Tracy Feeley (01543) 879 047.

2 June: Site visit to Wembley Stadium. Contact Dave Oakley (0121) 237 4000.

NORTHWEST 24 May: ICE Merseyside AGM, followed by WW2 Fortification of Britain (focussing on The Wirral).

Liverpool Moat House Hotel.

6.30pm. Contact Steve Jones (0161) 911 4337. Joint meeting with Wales branch.

27 May: Cheshire branch dinner.

Venue TBA. 7.30pm. Contact John Edwards (07803) 263042.

Joint meeting with Wales branch 3 June: How to become professionally qualified. JJB Conference Centre, Wigan. 6 pm.

Contact Janice Parkinson (07976) 313 656.

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