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Infrastructure Projects to be discussed

Infrastructure Projects to be discussed at One Great George Street, Home of the Institution of Civil Engineers, London in December.

Many of the UK’s most respected infrastructure experts, main contractors and asset owners meet in London next month to discuss the National Infrastructure Plan, announced by the Government in November last year.

The UK Infrastructure Conference (UKICE) is a two day meeting between the UK asset owners and operators (energy, transport, information and communication infrastructure, water and waste) and the main contractors, alongside the project investors to discuss the implementation of priority projects for 2013.

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AutoCAD Training at Causeway

As an Autodesk Authorised Training Centre, we are the perfect choice for your AutoCAD training needs. Our 2 day AutoCAD courses are competitively priced at just £250 + VAT per person per day and take place at our offices in Leamington Spa.

Our AutoCAD Essentials course is very popular

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Construction industry holds open doors event

Open weekends usually allow the public to glimpse behind-the-scenes of stately homes or stroll in well-tended private gardens, but a new scheme will allow people to see what is going on behind scaffolding and hoardings in the North West, and across the UK.

The construction industry is holding its first Open Doors Weekend, and it is hoped that among those venturing on to sites will be potential construction sector workers.

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Construction Scotland and BRE Scotland Joint Conference 2012

Construction Scotland and BRE Scotland invite you to their 2012 joint conference which will include the launch of Construction Scotland and the refreshed Strategy for Scotland’s Construction Industry 'Building for the Future'

The agenda for the event includes:

  • Introduction to the refreshed industry strategy Building for the Future and the strategy action plan
  • Launch of the new Industry Leadership Group for the Scottish Construction Industry
  • Introduction to the new structure of Construction Scotland
  • An update on Innovative Finance
  • Presentation on Future Cities
  • Networking lunch

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Tunnelling and underground construction academy event supported by Murphy

Murphy outlined its commitment to supporting new people entering the tunnelling industry through recent attendance at the first Industry and Community Days at Crossrail’s Tunnelling and Underground Construction Academy (TUCA).

Tunnelling and Underground Construction Academy is a new, purpose-built facility in Ilford, East London. Crossrail Ltd established TUCA in 2011 to address a shortage of people with the necessary skills to work in tunnel excavation and underground construction. Crossrail works closely with industry partners and professional bodies to ensure that the facilities and curriculum at TUCA meet current and future industry needs.

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