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ICE news :

National 9 Jan: Transport as if people mattered. ICE. 6pm. Contact Ann Scannell (020) 7665 2229.

10 Jan: Sunderland Metro. ICE.

6pm. Contact Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

16 Jan: The Three Gorges Project. University of Edinburgh.

6pm. Tim Fuller (020) 7665 2234.

16 Jan: NO-DIG roadshow 2001/02. The Cedar Court Hotel, Huddersfield. 9:30am. Fee payable. Contact NO-DIG (01923) 778311.

17 Jan: Tunnel Work in Switzerland. ICE. 5:30pm. Contact Dionne Dalgety (020) 7665 2233.

23 Jan: Soil-VegetationAtmosphere-Transfer Schemes (SVATS): the key to global hydrology. ICE. 6pm. Contact Adrian Butler (020) 7594 6122.

Chilterns 9 Jan: Traffic Modelling. Bedford Civil Engineering Society.

Kempton, The Keep. Contact Brian Flynn (01779) 522 233.

15 Jan: Congestion Charging in London. Hertford County Hall.

6:30pm. To book a place contact Nicola Rea (01536) 740 145.

East Anglia 9 Jan: A131 bypass: scheme, contract and partnering. Anglia Polytechnic University, Rivermead Campus, Chelmsford. Contact John Pardoe (01206) 228 206.

16 Jan: Failed concrete structures. Oaklands Hotel, Norwich. 6pm. David Allfrey (01602) 224 313.

East Midlands 8 Jan: Stage sets for major rock concerts. Kegworth Hotel, Packington Hill, Kegworth.

6:30pm. Jerry Gilbert (01509) 817 900 East of Scotland 15 Jan: Application of centrifuge modelling to geotechnical engineering practice. University Conference Centre, Edinburgh.

5:30pm. Contact Roger Doubal (0141) 332 2258.

Midlands 9 Jan: Sustainable freight movement. Birmingham. 6:30pm.

Contact Nicola Rae (01536) 740145.

15 Jan: Climate Change and the Built Environment. Sunley Management Centre, University College, Northampton. 6:20pm.

Contact Paul Thompson (01933) 231730.

Northern 8 Jan: Moveable Structures. Post House Hotel, Stainton, Middlesbrough. 5:30pm. Contact Richard Legg (01642) 218 476.

Northern Ireland 7 Jan: Derg WTW: design and construct in practice. Sir Peter Froggatt Centre, Queens University Belfast. 6:15pm.

Contact Ian Long (028) 9038 7321.

14 Jan: AME quiz. Queens University Staff Common Room.

6:15pm. Contact Ian Long (028) 9038 7321.

North Western 10 Jan: Infrastructure development via environmental improvement. Ewood Park, Blackburn. 9am. Robert Hedges (01925) 830 515.

Southern 16 Jan: Accident investigation.

The Guildhall, Winchester. Contact Caroline Barlow (01962) 893 221.

South Western 9 Jan: Heat straightening of bridges. Halcrow, Burderop Park.

6pm. Trevor Still (01684) 310 584.

10 Jan: The influence of Objective One Funding. The Babbage Building, University of Plymouth.

6pm. Trevor Still (01684) 310 584.

10 Jan: Reconstruction techniques for highways. Ove Arup & Partners Auditorium, Bristol.

5:30pm. Trevor Still (01684) 310 584.

15 Jan: The ICE, the Engineering Council & the world. Anglian Water, Thorpe Wood. 6pm.

Contact Richard Smith (01933) 357 511.

16 Jan: Engineering, energy and the environment. Bath. 9am.

Contact Trevor Still (01684) 310 584.

Thames Valley 16 Jan: Contaminated land - developments under new regime.

Sandford Sewage Treatment Works. 5:30pm. Contact Alison Shaw (01793) 816 403.

16 Jan: Forecast of development of climate long range in UK. Met Office, Bracknell. 6:30pm. Contact Trevor Wood (01256) 461 161.

Yorkshire 8 Jan: How does the Rail Regulator benefit the user? Railway Museum, York. 6:30pm. Contact John Hardey (0114) 230 7145.

9 Jan: Evening debate: Concrete v Steel. Doncaster Moat House.

6:30pm. Contact Jim Noone (0113) 274 7074.

16 Jan: The New Hornsea Sea Defences. The Bell Hotel, Driffield.

5:45pm. Contact Stuart Blanshard (01482) 876 231.

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