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ICE NEWS

National 3 April: Sustainable development at Heathrow Airport. Heathrow Airport Visitor Centre. 6.15pm.

Contact Jeanette Sheldon (01189) 237 814.

ALGS 3 April: Knowledge transfer between industries initiatives:

Cultural safety shift at BP Sunbury.

ICE. 6.30pm. Contact Joanna Holland (020) 7665 2159.

Glasgow & West of Scotland 28 March: Scottish wind farms:

development and construction.

Scottish Engineering Centre, Glasgow. 5.45pm. Contact Gail Hamilton (0141) 577 3414.

Northern Ireland 3 April: Association of Municipal Engineers AGM. Queen's University, Belfast. 6.15pm.

Contact Ian Long (028) 9038 1321.

South Western 28 March: Buildings at risk from bomb blast. Innology, Trigonis Building, Swindon. 6pm.

Contact Trevor Still (01684) 310 584.

1 April: Environment Agency flood defence works. Site visit. PPE required. Contact Trevor Still (01684) 310 584.

3 April: MPR seminar by Murray Grant, ICE regional liaison officer.

New Country Inn, Plymouth. 1pm.

Contact Trevor Still (01684) 310 584.

Thames Valley 28 March: The business success factor. University of Reading.

6.30pm. Contact Alistair McFarlane (01344) 770 829.

Wales 28 March: Transport Engineering Group Awards. 6pm. Cardiff University. Contact Bob Brierley (01633) 463 385.

1 April: Annual North Wales seminar. Kinmel Manor Hotel, Flint.

9am. Contact Meirion Williams (01286) 679 413.

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