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National 28 Nov: East London Line Extension. RCEA at ICE. 6pm.

Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

29 Nov: Shipping operations in harbours. ICE. 2pm. Contact Bisi Oyekanmi (020) 7665 2239.

29 Nov: History of lifeboats. ICE.

6pm. Contact Bisi Oyekanmi (020) 7665 2239.

3 Dec: Offshore Engineering Society film evening. ICE. 6pm.

Bisi Oyekanmi (020) 7665 2239.

4 Dec: Recommendations for the inspection, maintenance and management of car park structures. ICE. 10am. Email juliet. hutchings@ice. org. uk.

ALGS 4 Dec: SuDS: the battleground over drainage between environmentalists and engineers.

ICE. 6pm. Contact Joanna Holland (020) 7665 2159.

London 4 Dec: Integrating risk management by rethinking construction. ICE. 6pm. Contact Russell Calderwood (01342) 334 299.

North West 27 Nov: Civil and construction engineering careers fair 2002.

Renolds Building, UMIST. 11am.

Email a. cupit@student. umist. at. uk Northern Ireland 27 Nov: Graduate forum: site investigation. Queen's University Belfast. Contact Mark Devenny (028) 9025 3132.

South 26 Nov: River Lavant flood alleviation scheme. Chichester.

Roger Jones (01243) 777 054.

South West 27 Nov: Appropriate development in the Third World. University of Plymouth. CANCELLED.

Thames Valley 26 Nov: Sitting the MPR. Courage Brewery, Reading. 7pm. Email Kay_Nagendra@earthtech.co.uk.

28 Nov: Heathrow Terminal 5.

Calcot, Reading.6.30pm. Contact Clive Ford (01727) 822 331.

6 Dec: Sustainable urban drainage and climate change.

Reading Town Hall. 7pm. Contact John Done (0118) 988 4816.

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