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1 Nov: Benchmarking. ICE. 6pm. Contact Micky Klippel-Arden (020) 7637 8692.

2 Nov: The new parliamentary building. Institution of Structural Engineers. 6pm. E-mail

8 Nov: Wind and millennium structures. ICE. 5:30pm. Contact Liz Marwood (020) 7665 2238.

8 Nov: Behaviour of steel framed structures in fire. ICE. 2pm. Contact Pauline Arundel (020) 7665 2236.


2 Nov: Setting up of written assignment study groups. ICE. 6:30pm. Contact Joanna Holland (020) 7665 2159.


8 Nov: Prestige lecture: 'The environment: Engineers in partnership with society'. Hatfield Campus, University of Hertfordshire. 6:45pm. Contact Ralph Friend (01279) 758330.


6 Nov: Aberdeen city centre redevelopment. Union Square, Aberdeen. 6:30pm. Contact Lorna Campbell (01224) 675033.

7 Nov: Dundee waterfront study. University of Dundee. 6:15pm. Contact Henny King (01382) 350312.

8 Nov: Millennium water lecture. University conference centre, Edinburgh. 6:30pm. Contact John Jackson (0131) 311 4022.


31 Oct: Site visit to Glasgow Science Centre and Tower, 3:30pm. Meeting at IMAX cinema follows visit at 5pm. Ticket only. Contact Alasdair MacLennan (01324) 483555.

4 Nov: Site visit to Urquhart Castle redevelopment. 10am. Contact Derek C Donald (01463) 792154.


30 Oct: Preparation for written assignments. Yew Lodge Hotel, Kegworth. 6pm. Contact Richard Leathers (0116) 223 4400.

Northern Counties

2 Nov: Seniors Group: 'As you like it'. Theatre Royal, Newcastle Upon Tyne. 12pm. Contact Mary Layfield (0191) 285 1017.

7 Nov: Site visit to Sunderland Metro. 2pm. Contact Craig Wilkinson (0191) 553 1522.

North West

2 Nov: 'The Institution is like a Victorian wardrobe, large, old and full of interesting objects. But does it really fit into our modern lifestyle' Queen Hotel, Chester. 6.30pm. Contact Peter Hallsworth (0161) 930 5731.

7 Nov: The Commonwealth Games Stadium. UMIST. 6pm. Contact Emma Cockburn (0161) 839 3113.


2 Nov: Water supplies from transboundary groundwater resources. The Anvil, Basingstoke. 6pm. Contact David Birt (01258) 472219.

7 Nov: Clarification on requirements for professional review. Forte Posthouse, Eastleigh. 6pm. Contact Matthew Goddard (01425) 470000.

8 Nov: Road recycling - a sustainable solution for cost effective highways. Botleigh Grange Hotel, Hedge End. 6pm. Contact Bob Dorritt (01730) 266411.

8 Nov: Fly out from Colditz. County Club, Newport. 6pm. Contact Donald McCallum (01983) 522769.


1 Nov: How to pass the MPR. Christ Church College, Canterbury. 6:30pm. Contact Gary Batchelor (01732) 871111.


31 Oct: Millennium bridge. Ove Arup & Partners Auditorium, Bristol. 6pm. Contact John Munslow (01404) 823456.

1 Nov: Moving the Belle Tout lighthouse. County Hall, Taunton. 6:30pm. Contact John Munslow (01404) 823456.

1 Nov: Tidal barriers. Queens Building. University of Bristol. 6:30pm. Contact John Munslow (01404) 823456.

1 Nov: The Wheal Jane challenge. Babbage Building, University of Plymouth. 6:30pm. Contact John Munslow (01404) 823456.

8 Nov: Dangerous lands (disaster relief). County Hall, Taunton. 6:30pm. Contact Phil Hardy-Bishop (01392) 447120.


2 Nov: The design of steel portal frames. Cardiff University. 5:30pm. Fee payable. Contact Mr E AlKelaby (029) 20813514.

8 Nov: Plas Mawr Conwy - Conversion of an Elizabethan Town House. University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd. 6:15pm. Contact David Crompton (029) 20630561.

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