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ICE NW Graduates and Students Café 200 with Café Scientifique, Manchester

  • Lecture
  • Manchester
  • 22 May 2018
  • 19:30 - 21:30
ICE NW Graduates and Students Café 200 with Café Scientifique, Manchester

About this event

As part of the Institution of Civil Engineers 200th anniversary, members are reaching out to public groups to celebrate the ongoing contribution civil engineers make to society.

ICE North West G&S have therefore partnered with Café Scientifique: Manchester to present a lecture on "Civil Engineering – How Stuff Gets Built".

Have you ever wondered about the different stages in a project, the legal process of obtaining a planning consent and about the other legal aspects in the civil engineering world?

Come join us at The MadLab to find out more. Light refreshments will be provided on the day.

Our speaker, Guy Rigby started building stuff with Lego when he was about six. He moved into big civil engineering projects when he left school and has been helping to get stuff built ever since. He is a Fellow of ICE and was recently called to the Bar by the Middle Temple.

Contact

For more information, please contact:

Nushma Juwaheer
e: nushma.juwaheer@curtins.com

Speakers

Guy Rigby

Guy Rigby

Guy started building stuff with Lego when he was about six. He moved into big civil engineering projects when he left school and has been helping to get stuff built ever since. He is a Fellow of ICE and was recently called to the Bar by the Middle Temple.

Event venue

The MadLab
PLANT NOMA, Redfern
Dantzic Street, NOMA
Manchester
Manchester M60 0AE
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Janice Parkinson

e: janice.parkinson@ice.org.uk
t:

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