Partnership

Much of what we deliver is done in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders.

Developing, maintaining and growing partnerships with other organisations is essential to achieving our aims and supporting our members.

We engage with Government Ministers at both Wales and UK levels to promote the value of infrastructure to the wellbeing and prosperity of our communities.

We also meet regularly with major clients to support and inform policy development and implementation. These include officers of the Welsh Government, local authorities including the County Surveyors Society (CSS) and the Welsh Local Government Association (WLGA), Natural Resources Wales, Network Rail, Dwr Cymru/Welsh Water and the energy and telecommunications providers.

As major employers and trainers of people we work closely with training and education providers to develop our workforce.

We also work in partnership with like-minded organisations such as professional institutions and trade federations to further the interests of those working in the infrastructure sector.

We are members of the Wales Construction Federation Alliance (WCFA) alongside the Federation of Master Builders (FMB), the House Builders Federation (HBF) and Specialist Engineering Contractors (SEC). We also collaborate with The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Cymru and the Association of Consulting Engineers (ACE) Cymru on infrastructure matters.

A list of our partners can be viewed below:

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

Where is our infrastructure heading?
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A few weeks ago I, and a few guest writers, wrote a series of articles for the Institute of Welsh Affairs’ “Click on Wales” portal. For me the key and current question for those of us involved in the infrastructure sector and, more importantly, those who depend on it (which is all of us!), is