Event Organiser: ICE

ICE East of England Merit Awards Evening 2018, Cambridge

£62.50 exc VAT

The Broadland Environmental Services team with their Awards for the Broadland Flood Alleviation Project, Last year’s Exceptional Merit winner.

About this event

The East of England Merit Awards celebrate projects of all sizes and scopes from across the region. All types or size of projects are considered - past entries range from small local schemes costing tens of thousands of pounds, to multi-million pound cross-county infrastructure works.

Find out which projects will be honoured and who will win the prestigious 'Exceptional Merit' award. Also take the opportunity for social and business networking with colleagues from the industry and related sectors.

Welcome drinks and a light buffet will be served in the historic Stanley Library (or outside if weather permits), from 6pm and the bar will be open.

The awards ceremony begins at 6:30pm in the Old Hall. Regional Director Glen Owen and Regional Chair Andy Palmer will present the awards. We hope to be finished by 9pm.

Space is limited so please reserve your place early via the 'book now' button below.

The cost is £62.50 plus VAT per head. Dress code is smart casual. There is ample free car parking and the venue is close to the A14.

A small number of guest rooms are available to book on a first come, first served basis. If you wish to book overnight accommodation at the College please contact the Conference & Events Office on (01223) 338975 or conferences@girton.cam.ac.uk.

More information on how to enter the awards, closing date 27 April 2018 at 5pm.

Register your attendance

To book your place, simply click the 'book now' button below and follow the onscreen instructions.

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If you experience any issues, please contact the event administrator: heather.bell@ice.org.uk.


Girton College
Huntingdon Road
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For more information please contact:

Heather Bell

e: heather.bell@ice.org.uk