BIM

Although BIM (Building Information Modelling/Management) is well established in the building sector it has yet to be widely adopted by the civil infrastructure sector and, in particular, by SMEs. CECA is able to signpost those wanting to become more engaged in BIM due to excellent contacts with BIM 4 Infrastructure (UK) or ‘BIM4IUK’ for short. For more information, or if you have any technical enquiries relating to the infrastructure sector, e-mail CECA’s Civil Engineering Director Peter Crosland at petercrosland@ceca.co.uk

Cartels – What You Need To Know

Industry networking and socialising is a normal, everyday thing to do. And for most it’s a perfectly innocent and necessary part of business life. But, if you find yourself talking shop with a direct competitor, are you sure you know what is and isn’t safe to discuss?  According to our latest research with UK businesses,

Contractors Make Switch From Graduates To Apprenticeships

Infrastructure contractors are starting to see a dramatic shift towards recruitment of apprenticeships according to new data published today. The Civil Engineering Contractors Association’s annual training and development survey has shown a huge jump in the number of apprentices, up 40 per cent in 2017 with numbers expected to rise by a further 32 per

Infrastructure Can Create New Industrial Heartlands Across The UK

Companies that build and maintain the UK’s infrastructure predict a revival of former industrial towns and cities as hubs to manufacture and assemble components for transport and infrastructure projects. Working with economic consultancy Cebr, the Civil Engineering Contractors Association today publishes a research report that highlights the social impact of investment in infrastructure. The report