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26 Oct: Rethinking construction - where are civil engineers two years on? ICE. 2pm. Contact John Bennett (020) 7665 2205.

30 Oct: Demolition: The new code of practice. ICE. 2pm. Fee payable. Tel: Liz Marwood (020) 7665 2238.


31 Oct: Contracts - a historic perspective of construction contracts and main types of contract. ICE. 6:30pm. Booking essential. Contact Joanna Holland (020) 7665 2159.

1 Nov: History of the Institution of Civil Engineers. ICE. 6:30pm. Contact Joanna Holland (020) 7665 2159.

East of Scotland

27 Oct: Half day meeting on floods. Dewar's Centre, Perth. 1pm. Contact Ian Gowans (0131) 337 3213.

1 Nov: Making building sites safer to the public. University Conference Centre, Edinburgh. 6pm. Contact Lindsay Murphy (07714) 277696.

1 Nov: Structural monitoring. Strathclyde University, Glasgow. 9:30am. Fee payable. Contact Dr Rodney Royles (0131) 6505732.


26 Oct: Register for Engineering Disaster Relief. Spode Visitor Centre, Stoke-on-Trent. 6:30pm. Contact Petronella Yearsley (01782) 236777.

26 Oct: 2000 Professional Reviews - Q&A Session. Coventry University. 6:30pm. Contact Jeffery Yee (02476) 856026.

Northern Counties

1 Nov: The London Eye. Seniors Group annual lunch. Langley Castle Hotel, Haydon Bridge. 11am. Contact Barry Eccleston (01669) 621660.

North West

26 Oct: Contaminated land - the new regime. Queen Hotel, Chester. 6pm. Contact Andrew West (01925) 442668.

31 Oct: Places - street and movement. Manchester. 9am. Contact Peter Hallsworth (01663) 765830.

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