Industry Issues: Improving visibility of work pipeline

CECA facilitates opportunities for members to meet directly with key clients from across the civil engineering sector. These meetings provide an opportunity for members to raise important issues with these organisations, gain a better understanding of future work programmes and also build a better understanding of each client’s expectations of the contractors that they work with.

Recent liaison meetings have seen members have face-to-face discussions with Chief Executives, Procurement and Commercial Directors as well as a range of technical staff from organisations including:

  • North East Combined Authority
  • Tees Valley Combined Authority
  • Network Rail
  • Highways England
  • Transport for the North
  • Department for Transport
  • Department of Business, Innovation and Skills
  • Scottish Transport
  • Welsh Assembly Government
  • Environment Agency
  • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
  • Various local authorities and water companies
Inspiring Change Bitesize: Flexible & Agile Working
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CECA’s Inspiring Change ‘Bitesize’ Conference took place online on 20 August 20120. CECA would like to thank all the speakers and those who attended. On this page, you can view a recording of the conference, as well as accessing other relevant resources. CECA Southern Head of Training Briony Wickenden’s Introduction Good morning and welcome the

Formal Start of HS2 Construction a ‘22,000 Jobs Boost’ For Britain
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HS2 Ltd has today announced the formal start of construction on the project, highlighting the large number of jobs the project will be recruiting for in the coming months and years. Earlier this year, on 15 April, the Department for Transport (DfT) gave approval for HS2 Ltd to issue Notice to Proceed (NtP) to the

CECA: Highways England’s Strategic Business Plan Will Open A New Chapter For Connectivity
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Civils contractors today welcomed the publication of Highways England’s Strategic Business Plan, which sets out how £27.4 billion will be invested in the Strategic Roads Network in the next five years. The publication is a response to the UK Government’s second Roads Investment Strategy (RIS2) and provides the detail of specific funding, activities and projects