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Public Procurement Review Service

Have you ever had a concern about a public sector contract? Have you experienced late payment by the public sector? Maybe the Cabinet Office can help. The Public Procurement Review Service is the new name for the successful Mystery Shopper scheme that allows suppliers to raise concerns anonymously about public sector procurement. It has helped

CECA: Shock Drop In Contractors’ Workloads Raises Fears For UK Economy

Civils contractors experienced a shock drop in their workloads in the last quarter of 2018, according to a survey published today. Members of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) reported that after two consecutive quarters of growth, workloads fell in 2018 Q4, according to 3 per cent of British firms, on balance. CECA’s Workload Trends

Can Engineering Companies Really Afford To Ignore Apprenticeships?

2019 is shaping up to be a truly exciting year for apprenticeships. Already it’s been a great start, with the launch of the new apprenticeship ‘Fire It Up’ campaign in January – which focuses on changing the ‘not-for-me’ mindset towards apprenticeships and is making a significant splash across TV, billboards, digital and social channels. Thousands

CECA News & Events

National
Public Procurement Review Service
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Have you ever had a concern about a public sector contract? Have you experienced late payment by the public sector? Maybe the Cabinet Office can help. The Public Procurement Review Service is the new name for the successful Mystery Shopper scheme that allows suppliers to raise concerns anonymously about public sector procurement. It has helped

CECA: Shock Drop In Contractors’ Workloads Raises Fears For UK Economy
Blog |

Civils contractors experienced a shock drop in their workloads in the last quarter of 2018, according to a survey published today. Members of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) reported that after two consecutive quarters of growth, workloads fell in 2018 Q4, according to 3 per cent of British firms, on balance. CECA’s Workload Trends

Wales
Wales’ civil engineering sector set out action plan to embed aims of the Well-being of Future Generations Act
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On Tuesday, 5th February 2019, the Civil Engineering Contractors Association Wales (CECA Wales) launched “Transporting our Future Generations”, a joint report with Association of Consulting Engineers (ACE) and County Surveyors Society Wales. At the National Assembly for Wales, CECA Wales, sponsored by Alyn and Deeside Assembly Member, Jack Sargeant AM, set out the report’s 5

National
Can Engineering Companies Really Afford To Ignore Apprenticeships?
Blog |

2019 is shaping up to be a truly exciting year for apprenticeships. Already it’s been a great start, with the launch of the new apprenticeship ‘Fire It Up’ campaign in January – which focuses on changing the ‘not-for-me’ mindset towards apprenticeships and is making a significant splash across TV, billboards, digital and social channels. Thousands

CECA (South West) Client Liaison Meeting with Devon County Council
South West
21 February 2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Devon County Council, Larkbeare House, Topsham Road, Exeter
CECA NE/Watson Burton Legal Presentation: Compensation Events under NEC3
North East
26 February 2019
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Durham County Cricket Club
CECA (South West) Introduction to Rail
South West
26 February 2019
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
The Sandy Park Conference & Banqueting Centre, Sandy Park Stadium, Sandy Park Way, Exeter EX2 7NN
NEC Workshop
North West
26 February 2019
8:30 am - 10:30 am
Brockholes, Preston New Road, Preston, PR5 0AG
Career Progression Breakfast Meeting
Midlands
26 February 2019
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Institution of Civil Engineers West Midlands Lockside 5 Scotland Street Birmingham B1 2RR
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