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13 Feb: Transport and leisure.

The Village Hotel, Warrington.

6pm. Contact Ann Scannell (020) 7665 2229.

13 Feb: Dublin Harbour Approach: minimising the impact of the railway. RCEA at ICE. 6pm.

Contact Gavin Bowyer (020) 7665 2233.

19 Feb: Extreme rainfall and climate change: modelling the impacts. University of Edinburgh.

6.30pm. Email michael. 19 Feb: Construction as a manufacturing process: lessons from past prefabrication projects.

ICE. 6pm. Contact Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.


13 Feb: The economics of earthworks. St Albans. Contact Habib Mostowfi (01234) 763400.

18 Feb: Sustainability. Luton Town Hall. Contact Barry White (01582) 591 832.

18 Feb: Waste management.

Milton Keynes. Contact Louisa Rix (01767) 627 046.


13 Feb: Site visit to 1&2 Waterside, Paddington. 2pm.

Followed by presentation at the ICE at 6.30pm. Contact Janet Knight (01444) 257550.


18 Feb: NCE Communications Competition. University of Birmingham. 6.30pm. Contact Jol Bates (0121) 345 1600.

18 Feb: The Falkirk Wheel.

Northampton. 6.30pm. Contact Paul Thompson (01933) 231730.

20 Feb: Planning your professional review. Austin Court, Birmingham. 6pm. Contact Chris Ruffley (0121) 654 7423.


13 Feb: Managing the flood risk.

CUBE, Manchester. 12.30pm.

Contact Trevor Simm (01772) 746 514.

17 Feb: Valuations and variations. Liverpool Moat House Hotel. 6pm. Contact Dave Haddon (07968) 320 982.


12 Feb: The Falkirk Wheel.

Shinfield Park, Reading. 6.30pm.

Contact Lewis Hartman (07899) 847 855.

WALES 19 Feb: Geomorphology: roulette for engineers and planners?

Cardiff University. 5.30pm.

Contact David Naylor (01792) 233755.

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