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3-9 FEBRUARY

ALGS

7 February: How Can Public Attitudes be Changed to Support Moves Towards Sustainable Development? ICE. 6.30pm. Contact John Bennett (020) 7665 2205.

NATIONAL

3 February: Rethinking Construction - the need for change and innovation. Manchester. 9am. Contact Rachel Coninx (020) 7665 2314.

3 February: ICE Professional Review - the section B essay topics. ICE. 9am. Contact D Lewis (020) 7665 2457.

7 February: 30th Cooling Prize Competition and Special Lecture - Geotechnical aspects of pipe jacking. Queens University, Belfast. 5.30pm. Contact P Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

8 February: The Jubilee Line Extension. ICE. 2pm. Contact S Collins (020) 7665 2237.

9 February: Rock slope stability - case histories. ICE. 5.30pm. Contact P Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

9 February: Particulate dispersion and aeolian transport. ICE. 5.30pm. Contact P Arundel (020) 7665 2236.

9 February: Bye/Horner Report. Lancaster. 1.30pm. Contact Owen Wedgwood (01925) 653999.

9 February: Getting it right on site - how to be successful with concrete. BCA Training, Crowthorne. 9am. Contact D Lewis (020) 7665 2457.

EAST ANGLIAN

9 February: Today's professionals facing tomorrow's challenge. Oaklands Hotel, Norwich. Contact Nick Browne (01953) 452001.

EAST MIDLANDS

7 February: Contaminated land: from conceptual model to risk assessment. University of Nottingham. Contact Glenn McDowell (0115) 951 4603.

8 February: Salthouse environment study. Bull Hotel, Peterborough. Contact Carol Hopper (01733) 334455.

9 February: Royal Engineers meeting: Engineering the peace in Kosovo. Yew Lodge Hotel, Kegworth. 6.30pm. Contact Adrian Davies (01636) 636237.

EAST OF SCOTLAND

7 February: Elgin Franklin gas export pipeline, Bacton landfall and offshore works. Accelerated water corrosion problems. Westburn Lounge, Westburn Park. Contact Clive Kennedy (01224) 655232.

8 February: Steel Piling. Glasgow. Contact Ian Pyrah (0131) 455 2208.

GLASGOW & WEST OF SCOTLAND

3 February: Would you use recycled aggregate? Teachers' Building, Scottish Engineering Centre, Glasgow. 6.15pm. Contact Alasdair MacLennan (01324) 483555.

4 February: Annual ceilidh. Crown Court Hotel, Inverness. 7.30pm. Contact James Wiseman (01463) 228878.

8 February: The quest for good design. Adams Lounge, Kingsmill Hotel, Inverness. 7.30pm. Contact Ian MacGillivray (01463) 252314.

LONDON

8 February: Visit to ExCel. 2pm. Contact Hugh Samuel (020) 8246 6854.

MIDLANDS

hotline - 0845 606 0332

3 February: Too green or not too green. Austin Court. 6.30pm. Contact Fiona Geddes (0121) 711 2324.

NORTH WESTERN

www.chantry1.demon.co.uk

3 February: Presidential visit event - Rethinking Construction. Manchester Conference Centre, UMIST. Contact Rachel Coninx (020) 7665 2314.

3 February: Graduates and students evening with the President. CUBE Manchester. 6pm. Contact Sharon Robinson (0161) 838 6005.

4 February: President's visit and millennium lecture. Royal Exchange Theatre. 2.30pm. Contact Trevor Simm (01772) 746514.

4 February: Annual dinner. Palace Hotel, Manchester. 7pm. Contact Paul Reilly (0151) 233 4168.

8 February: Subsidence in low rise bridges. UMIST, Manchester. 6pm. Contact Ian Grindley (0161) 911 4372.

9 February: DATE AND VENUE CHANGE. Local Transport Plans - new approach to funding. Lancashire Cricket Club, Talbot Rd, Stetford. £40. 9am. Contact David Blackburn (0161) 962 1657.

9 February: DATE CHANGE. All institutions meeting. Industrial archaeology in North Wales. Bangor University, Wales. 6pm. Contact Andrew West (01925) 442668.

9 February: Geomembrane liner CQA in the millennium. UMIST, Manchester. 6pm. Contact Alison Rudram (0161) 962 1214.

9 February: Students evening - how to sell yourself through your CV and at interviews. Company Plus, Warrington. 6.30pm. Contact Kathy Blades (01925) 824082.

NORTHERN

7 February: The design and construction of secondary sewage treatment at Howdon on Tyneside. Trinity Maritime Centre, Newcastle Upon Tyne. 6.15pm. Contact Barry Clarke (0191) 222 6332.

8 February: Design and construction of the Gateshead Millennium Bridge. Swallow Hotel, Stockton-on-Tees. 6.15pm. Contact Colin Fenby (01642) 800400.

NORTHERN IRELAND

7 February: 30th Cooling Prize Competition. Queens University, Civil Engineering department, LG25, Belfast. 5.30pm. Contact Grace Chen (020) 7665 2233.

SOUTH WALES

Information desk (029) 2076 3310

www.ice-southwales.org.uk

7 February: Welsh Water Swansea Bay wastewater treatment works. 1.30 pm. Contact Graham Copus (01656) 662370.

8 February: Reclamation of burning coal tips. University of Wales, Swansea. 6.15 pm. Contact Paul Ransome (01792) 512572.

9 February: Computer techniques in engineering. Trevithick Building, University of Wales, Cardiff. 6.15pm.

Contact Dave Denner (01495) 246004.

SOUTH WESTERN

www.ice-southwestern.org.uk

8 February: Environmental benefits of an integrated transport policy. Taunton. Contact Bryan Skinner (01872) 327267.

9 February: Careers in civil engineering - the facts. Babbage Building, University of Plymouth. 6.30pm. Contact Richard Vosper (01872) 864468.

SOUTHERN

www.ice-southern.org.uk

3 February: Millennium Stadium. Winchester Guildhall. 6pm. Contact David Birt (01258) 472219.

8 February: Whole Life Asset Management. Winchester Guildhall. 6pm. Contact Kathie Olley (01962) 841841.

THAMES

9 February: Brighton West Pier. Brown & Root, Leatherhead. 7pm. Contact David Morris (01372) 865000.

YORKSHIRE

9 February: Leeds Bradford International Airport - surface access strategy. University of Leeds. 6.30pm. Contact Ian Hope (01924) 362915.

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