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ICE NEWS

International 18-27 July: Sixth scientific assembly of the International Association Hydrological Sciences.

Maastricht. 9am. Contact Tim Fuller (020) 7665 2234.

National 18-20 July: AME summer conference on coastal management, regeneration and waste management. St Martins College, Lancaster. Fee payable, booking essential. Contact Roger Macklin (01275) 582654.

18 July: Best value benefits of partnering over a series of construction projects. Manchester.

1:30pm. Contact number (020) 7222 8891.

16-18 July: Non-metallic reinforcement for concrete structures. University of Cambridge. 9am. E-mail cjb@eng. cam. ac. uk.

16 July: Consultation seminar:

delivering success to London. ICE.

1:30pm. Contact Paul Selby (020) 665 2221.

London 18 July: Seismic strengthening for non-engineered structures. ICE.

5pm. Contact Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

19 July: Civil Engineering Students' Papers Competition. ICE.

2:30pm. Contact Agnes Alvite (020) 7665 2204.

19 July: 140mph alignment on the West Coast Main Line. Railway Civil Engineers Association. ICE. 6pm.

Contact Pauline Arundel (020) 76652236.

Wales 17 July: Visit to Fairfield Mabey.

Fairfield Mabey site office, Chepstow. 2pm. Contact Stewart Barton 01873 854480.

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