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NATIONAL

19 April: Harding Prize competition. ICE. 5:30pm. E-mail bts@ice. org. uk.

19 April: Inspection. ICE. 5:30pm. Liz Marwood (020) 7665 2238.

24 April: Jamnagar. ICE. 6pm. Stephanie Lynch (020) 7665 2239.

24 April: Engineers in future conflict. ICE. 6pm. Booking essential. Contact Sue Frye (020) 7665 2315.

25 April: The Bhuj, India, Earthquake. ICE. 5:30pm. Contact Liz Marwood (020) 7665 2238.

26 April: Inspection and repair of concrete and masonry in marine and waterway structures. Department of civil engineering, Liverpool University. Fee payable. Contact Rajni Sharma (020) 7665 2318.

26 April: Latest developments in lock and dock gates technology. ICE. 2pm. Contact Anne-Marie Ferguson (020) 7665 2232.

26 April: Introducing the Millennium Bridge. ICE. 6pm. E-mail mail@istructe.org.uk.

27 April: Northern Line upgrade. RCEA at ICE. 2pm. AGM precedes meeting at 11am. Contact Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

30 April: Origins and development of British Standards. ICE. 5:30pm. Contact Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

CHILTERNS

26 April: Better value in construction: where is the value coming from? Luton Town Hall. 6:30pm. Contact Chris Goodacre (01234) 763420.

EAST MIDLANDS

24 April: Advances in pre-cast concrete. Bull Hotel, Peterborough. 6:30pm. Contact Greg Guthrie (01733) 334455.

EAST OF SCOTLAND

18 April: New Edinburgh Royal Infirmary - (postponed from 21 Feb, replaces scheduled meeting). UNIVED, Edinburgh. 6pm. Contact Jon Hassel (0131) 226 4693.

26 April: Peter McCrae Lecture: Coastal Hydraulics. Senate Suite, Strathclyde University, Glasgow. 6pm. Contact John Crowther (0141) 331 3841.

2 May: Aspects of delivery for water mains renewals. UNIVED, Edinburgh. 6pm. Contact Lindsay Murphy (07714) 277696.

MIDLANDS

19 April: Copenhagen Metro. Carillion, 24 Birch Street, Wolverhampton. 6:30pm. Contact Steve Morgan (01782) 232138.

25 April: Behind the scenes at Coventry Cathedral. Coventry Cathedral. 6:30pm. Contact Ted Hiscocks (024) 7683 2034.

NORTHERN COUNTIES

23 April: Jack Box Tunnelling. Trinity Maritime Centre, Newcastle. 6:15pm. Contact Michael Taylor (01661) 824017.

26 April: Annual dinner. Newcastle Civic Centre. 7:30pm. Contact Michael Taylor (01661) 824017.

NORTH WEST

25 April: G&S: Cains brewery visit. Stanhope Street, Liverpool. 6:30pm. Booking essential. Contact Dave Haddon (07968) 320982.

26 April: Construction management - the American perspective. UMIST Renold Building. 6pm. Contact Ian Grindley (0161) 236 8655.

NORTHERN IRELAND

21 April: Spring ball. Culloden Hotel, Belfast. Contact Ian Long (028) 9038 1321.

SOUTHERN

26 April: Rock, the environment, the millennium and beyond. Botleigh Grange Hotel, Hedge End. 6pm. David Clubb (023) 9283 4636.

SOUTH WEST

25 April: Eden Project - the future. National Power Headquarters, Swindon. 6pm. Contact John Munslow (01404) 823456.

1 May: Millennium Water Lecture. Harrison Building, Exeter University. 6:30pm. E-mail tfrost@cornwall.gov.uk.

1 May: Torbay tunnelling scheme. Queens Building, University of Bristol. 6pm. Contact John Munslow (01404) 823456.

THAMES VALLEY

2 May: Young authors competition. Portsmouth University. 6pm. Alison Shaw (01793) 816 403.

WALES

25 April: Three decades of finite elements. Cardiff University, Trevithick Building. 6:15pm. Stewart Barton (01873) 855587.

2 May: Annual grudge skittles match: G&S v Main Committee. Cardiff. 6:30pm. Contact Stewart Barton (01873) 855587.

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