If you want to hear the latest news stories related to the infrastructure sector, view the Director’s latest blog or press releases, contribute to the latest sector related consultation or read CECA Wales’ latest article on what’s impacting the sector then this is the place to come.

An industry well placed to build Wales’ recovery
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There is nothing normal about these times, whether that be the new normal or the old normal. But many working in the civil engineering sector are looking for a mix of the old and the new. In the first part of a two part article, Ed Evans of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) points

A new future for our railway? What the Williams Review means for Wales  
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Since British Rail was privatised in the 1990s, successive UK Governments of all parties have said that the model’s performance has not met its expectations of a modern network. Mounting criticism amongst lawmakers both in Westminster and Cardiff Bay has been accompanied by a two-decade increase in passengers, to record levels, before the Covid-19 pandemic.

Building for the future, building for a better Wales
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Construction specific qualifications for schools and colleges in Wales This is just my short blog on what Qualifications Wales are currently developing in partnership with civil engineering employers to support young people into a career in “Construction and the Built Environment”. Very soon learners in Wales will be able to pursue GCSE, A-level and foundation

CECA Wales #Valuing Infrastructure #GwerthfawrogiSeilwaith
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We are the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Wales Cymru and we represent 60 of Wales’ largest and smallest civil engineering contracting businesses with a cumulative annual turnover in excess of £1bn and employing over 6,000 people. These businesses play a huge part in supporting communities across Wales and make a significant contribution to the

Infrastructure sector will be vital to economic recovery in Wales
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It’s been a strange few weeks. We’ve gone from being social animals to socially distanced animals in a very short space of time. No more trips to the pub, the coffee shop, the chapel. No schools open. Public transport systems largely reserved for key workers.  And for many, the ones who are able to work,

How serious are we about social value in the infrastructure sector?
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If you listen to our Welsh Government you’d think we’re pretty serious about it. Although who knows what happens to all the data that pops out of the Community Benefits Measurement Tool? Depends what goes into it I suppose? Not enough I know that! If you listen to a myriad of clients, from local authorities

Active and Healthy Lives Report Launch
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“Supporting Healthy and Active Lives and the role of infrastructure” On Tuesday 26th November 2019 CECA Wales launched it’s joint report on “Active and Healthy Lives : the role of infrastructure” at the Pierhead, Cardiff. The event was sponsored by Jenny Rathbone AM and the Deputy Minister for Economy and Transport, Lee Waters, gave us