Booking for the dinner following the 58th Rankine Lecture on 24 March 2018, which is to be delivered by Arup fellow Nick O’Riordan, is now open.
Tickets will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis and payment will be requested in January. Booking are not guaranteed until payment is completed.
The BGA has said that in order to give as many members as possible the opportunity to join this prestigious event, companies will initially be restricted to purchasing one table, with the option of requesting a second table if demand allows. In the event of over-subscription applicants will be placed on a waiting list and advised as soon as possible if further places/corporate tables become available.
The cost remains at £90 per person including pre-dinner drinks, three-course meal, wine at the table, and coffee to follow. Companies may purchase tables of 10 places each at a cost of £900, with a limit of two tables per company depending on availability. It is not necessary to nominate guests unless they have special dietary or access requirements. The BGA reminds dinner guests that it is not registered for VAT.
Successful applicants will be provided with a private link to the ICE’s online booking system and invited to book and pay for their tables/places by credit card within a nominated period. If you are not an ICE/BGA member you must register as a non-member before booking and paying for tickets online. Bookings are not secured until the credit card payment procedure has been completed. Places not paid for by the end of this nominated period will be released to individuals and companies requiring a second table on the waiting list, after which any remaining places will be released on the open market.
Contact Shelagh Fleming at Shelagh.firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7665 2007 for further information.