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19 March: Delivering new waste management facilities: implementing the landfill directive and beyond. ICE.9:15am. Fee payable. Contact Rachel Coninx (020) 7665 2314.

21 March: 21st century Great Western Main Line - Railtrack's strategy for upgrading. National Power HQ, Swindon. 6pm. Contact Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

21 March: Irrigation and drainage research by UK institutions.Wallingford, Oxon. 9:30am. Fee payable. Contact Martin Burton (01444) 248088.

21 March: 41st Rankine Lecture: challenges of environmental geotechnics. Sheffield Building, Imperial College. 5:30pm. Contact Dionne Jacobs (020) 7665 2233.


20 March: Who was the first civil engineer? The development in civil engineering in Great Britain 15001818. Aylesbury County Council offices. 6:30pm. Contact Ralph Friend (01279) 758330.


21 March: Partnering. Anglia Polytechnic University. Contact John Lemay (01245) 247038.


13 March: RedR. The Chesterfield Hotel, Chesterfield. 6:30pm North Notts & North Derby branch AGM precedes meeting. Contact Robert Biggs (01629) 580000.

14 March: Lincolnshire branch AGM. Lawress Hall, Riseholme, Lincoln. 6:30pm. Contact Neil Besley (01332) 256026.

19 March: Tunnelling case history.University of Nottingham. 6:30pm. East Midlands Geotechnical Group AGM precedes meeting. Contact Glenn McDowell (0115) 951 4603.

20 March: Retail therapy by design. Anglian Water, Thorpe Wood. 6:30pm. Contact Nicola Perry (01733) 340939.


19 March: Bus information and signalling systems. Scottish Engineering Centre, Glasgow. 6pm.Bob Nellist (0131) 529 3729.

21 March: Ocean Terminal - building construction. UNIVED, Edinburgh. 6pm. Contact Jon Hassel (0131) 226 4693.

21 March: Strain gauge workshop.Kings Buildings, University of Edinburgh. 9:30am. Fee payable.Rodney Doyles (0131) 650 5732.


13 March: 40th Rankine Lecture: non-linear soil stiffness in routine design. Scottish Engineering Centre, Glasgow. 6:15pm. Contact John Henderson (0141) 332 1425.

16 March: The design and construction of the new national stadium. Hampden Park, Glasgow.Contact Kenny Aitken (0141) 287 9323.


15 March: Hydrogen roadshow.ICE. 3pm & 6pm. For full details visit


20 March: Subsidence: internet management. Sunley Management Centre, Northampton. 6:30pm.Paul Thompson (01933) 231730.

20 March: Groundwater problems in the Midlands. Midlands Engineering Centre, Birmingham.6:30pm. Contact Ted Hiscocks (024) 7683 2034.


21 March: G&S papers competition. Preston County Hall.5:30pm. Contact Eric Knowles (0151) 677 6413.

21 March: Bare knuckle rides.Ellesmere Port Boat Museum.5:30pm. Contact Antony Hill (01253) 476134.

21 March: Investigation and strategy for reconstruction of Horsfall railway tunnel. Moat House Hotel, Liverpool. 6:30pm. David Morrow (0161) 962 1214.


21 March: G&S: Mixed volleyball competition. Queen's University, Belfast. 6:15pm. Contact S McCullagh (028) 9035 4813.


15 March: G&S: Presentation skills. Pump Rooms, Bath. 1pm.Fee payable. Contact Kath Finch (01242) 774965.

21 March: The third Medway crossing - the one in the middle.Babbage Buliding, University of Plymouth. 6:30pm. Contact John Munslow (01404) 823456.


15 March: South & West Yorkshire multi-modal study. University of Sheffield. 6:30pm. Contact Dennis Tredgett (01302) 735117.

21 March: Movable structures: a mechanical engineer's view. Leeds University. 6:30pm. Contact Ian Hope (01924) 362915.


14 March: Demarketing the car.Cardiff. 7pm. Contact Bob Brierley (01633) 463385.

15 March: A55 DBFO. Deganwy Castle Hotel. 6pm. Contact David Williams (01286) 679422.

21 March: Revitalising safety and health. Trevithick Building, Cardiff University. 6pm. E-mail

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