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17 Jan: Soil nailing in the UK: Review of recent research and application of guidance. ICE. 5pm. Contact BGA (020) 7665 2233.

18 Jan: Hong Kong West Rail tunnels. ICE. 5:30pm. Contact Dionne Jacobs (020) 7665 2233.

24 Jan: The Skiff Project: Trident platform. ICE. 6pm. Contact Lyn Richards (020) 7665 2237.

24 Jan: Docklands Light Railway extension. RCEA at ICE. 5:30pm. Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

8 Feb: Forum on contaminated land and construction waste materials. BRE, Garston, Watford. 1pm. Richard Chown (01923) 664716.


17 Jan: Dispute boards - the best kept secret in dispute resolution. Newnham College, Cambridge. Sapna Trivedi (01223) 463584.

24 Jan: Safety on construction sites. Suffolk College, Ipswich. Alan Thorndyke (01502) 523351.


22 Jan: BS8002 v EC7: Retaining wall debate. Nottingham University. 6:30pm. Contact Glenn McDowell (0115) 951 4603.


18 Jan: Implementation of Flood Prevention Act - four years down the road. Strathclyde University, Glasgow. 6:30pm. John Jackson (0131) 311 4022.


18 Jan: Asset management of Scottish hydroelectric tunnels. Scottish Engineering Centre, Glasgow. 6:15pm. Contact John Henderson (0141) 332 1425.

24 Jan: Blacksmith suspension bridges in Scotland & Ireland. Glasgow Museum of Transport. 6:15pm. John Henderson (0141) 332 1425.


16 Jan: Upgrading the West Coast Main Line. University College, Northampton. 6:30pm. Contact Paul Thompson (01933) 231730.

18 Jan: 'NEC Clearly'. University of Birmingham School of Civil Engineering. 6:30pm Contact Ross Burton (0121) 427 9748 (evenings).

24 Jan: A regeneration case study: The Phoenix Initiative. Coventry University Technology Park. 6:30pm. Ted Hiscocks (024) 7683 2034.


15 Jan: Central station roof - 150 years on. Central Square, Newcastle upon Tyne. 6:15pm. Michael Coulson (0191) 401 0401.

17 Jan: Subsidence problems with old mines in and around Nottingham. Newcastle University. Ann Bridges (0191) 222 6332.

17 Jan: Precast concrete for civil engineering. Blue Bell, Heversham. 7:30pm. Contact David Stocks (01925) 857091.


15 Jan: A question of knowledge - inter institution quiz. UUJ, Belfast. 6pm. Ian Long (028) 9038 1321.

22 Jan: New methods for a new approach to transportation. Queens University, Belfast. 6:15pm. Ian Long (028) 9038 1321.

24 Jan: 5-a-side football competition. S McCullagh (028) 9035 4813.


11 Jan: Latest developments in foundation engineering - under pinning and mini-piles. Birchwood Conference Centre. 6pm. Andrew West (01925) 442668.

16 Jan: The power revolution. Salford University. 6pm. Contact Pippa Francis (0161) 225 8218.

17 Jan: Geotechnical aspects of the M60. UMIST. 6:30pm. Contact David Morrow (0161) 962 1214.

17 Jan: Foundation engineering. Moat House Hotel, Liverpool. 6pm. Keith Paterson (01704) 871886.


23 Jan: Contract comparisons and case studies. Southampton. 6pm. Claire Miller (01962) 893100.

23 Jan: The modernisation agenda. Forte Posthouse, Eastleigh. 6pm. Bob Dorritt (01730) 266411.

24 Jan: Speed control. Roundhouse Hotel, Bournemouth. 6pm. Matt Lewis (01962) 893178.


18 Jan: The North Downs tunnel. Tunbridge Wells Town Hall. 6:30pm. Phil West (01732) 771388.


18 Jan: Designing streets for people. Exeter University. 6:30pm. John Munslow (01404) 823456.

23 Jan: Site visit - canal relining and environmental works. Bradford on Avon. 2pm. PPE required. John Munslow (01404) 823456.


23 Jan: The History of the ICE. Reading Town Hall. 7pm. Georgina Robinson (0118) 9593586.


24 Jan: Partnering, lessons learned. Rotherham MBC. 7pm. Ian Hope (01924) 362915.


18 Jan: Concrete Developments in Wales. Swansea. 6:15pm. Stewart Barton (01873) 855587.

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