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Calendar (August 01, 2000)

OCTOBER 20 - Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards Dinner. Windsor Station in Montreal. Entertainment by Cirque Fantastique Concept. Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada (ACEC) 1-800-565-056...

August 1, 2000  Canadian Consulting Engineer

OCTOBER 20 – Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards Dinner. Windsor Station in Montreal. Entertainment by Cirque Fantastique Concept. Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada (ACEC) 1-800-565-0569. See page 18.

SEPTEMBER 10-13 – FIDIC 2000, Conference of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers. In Hawaii, on Sustainability, the Challenge of the New Millennium. Tel. 1-202-347-7474, visit www.fidic.com

SEPTEMBER 15 — Deadline for abstracts for Canadian Water Resources Association (CRWA) B.C. Branch Conference. To be held at Whistler May 8-11, 2001. Contact Paul Whitfield, Tel. (604) 664-9238, e-mail paulwhitfield@ec.gc.ca

SEPTEMBER 13-15 – New Tools in Exploration, Design and Construction of Tunnels. Canadian Geotechnical Society conference in Montreal. Tel. (705) 434-0916, 1-800-710-9867, e-mail cgs@cgs.ca

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SEPTEMBER 16-21 – 2000 Canadian Dam Safety Association Conference. In Regina, Sask. Tel. Colin Campbell (306) 780-5203, e-mail pf10135@em.agr.ca

SEPTEMBER 21-23 – Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI) Annual Meeting. On Forging Strategic Partnerships, Grand Okanagan, Kelowna, B.C. Tel. (905) 602-4700, 1-800-267-2231. Fax (905) 602-1197.

SEPTEMBER 17-22 – International Conference on Coastal Zone Management. Saint John, N.B. Tel. (506) 462-5961, e-mail czczcc2000@gov.nb.ca, visit www.gov.nb.ca

SEPTEMBER 27-28 – Canadian Competitive Energy 2000. Symposium on profiting from the deregulation of the energy market. Sheraton Hotel, Toronto. Tel. 1-800-882-8684, visit www.iqpc.com

OCTOBER 4-6 – 2000 Professional Design-Build Conference in San Diego. Tel. (202) 682-5860, visit www.dbia.org

OCTOBER 10-12 – Canada’s Second Energy Efficiency Conference and Awards 2000. Held by Natural Resources Canada at the Ottawa Congress Centre. Tel. 1-877-633-7440, visit http://oee.nrcan.gc.ca

OCTOBER 14-19 – 53rd Annual Canadian Geotechnical Society Conference. In Montreal. Tel. (705) 434-0916, 1-800-710-9867, e-mail cgs@cgs.ca

OCTOBER 19-21 – Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia (APEGBC) Annual Conference. At Whistler, B.C. Tel. (604) 430-8035

OCTOBER 23-25 – 2000 IEEE International Carnaham Conference of Security Technology. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers conference in Ottawa. Tel. Larry D. Sanson (606) 223-9840, e-mail lsanson@lex.infi.net

NOVEMBER 5-7 – Pacific Energy Innovation Association Conference. Charting Our Energy Future, Obstacles and Opportunities. Westin Bayshore Hotel, Vancouver. Tel. (604) 685-2302, 1-800-685-2205 x21, visit www.pacificenergyforum.org

NOVEMBER 14-15 – High Performance 2000, Business People and Rewards, Achieving Peak Performance in the New Economy. Conference Board of Canada. Sutton Place Hotel, Toronto. Tel. 1-800-267-0666, visit www.conferenceboard.ca

NOVEMBER 27-28 – EECO 2000 Environment and Energy Conference. On business strategies for sustainable economic growth. Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto. Tel. Globe Foundation, 1-800 274-6097, e-mail info@ eeco.apfnet.org

NOVEMBER 30-DECEMBER 1 – Steel Bridge Design and Construction for the New Millennium. Conference with emphasis on high performance steel, in Baltimore, Maryland. Contact National Bridge Research Organization, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Tel. Stacy Umbenhower (402) 472-3462.

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