Stop. make a Change

On 18 April 2017, organisations from across the UK infrastructure sector took part in Stop. Make a Change. Sites, offices and production facilities downed tools to focus on working together to build a healthier, safer industry. More than 60 companies across 1,000 sites and more than 60,000 employees took part. In 2018 Stop. Make a Change expands to cover the whole of the UK construction industry. It will run for two weeks, from 16 to 27 April 2018 and will focus on mental health and plant safety.

CECA: Conservative Government Must ‘Turbo-Charge’ Infrastructure In First 100 Days

Civils contractors have called on the incoming Conservative UK Government to ‘turbo-charge’ the infrastructure sector in its first 100 days in office. Commenting, Chief Executive of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Alasdair Reisner said: “We welcome the prospect of political stability that the new majority UK Government offers. “At the same time, promises of

Contractors Act To Support Clugston Workers

CECA is seeking to support those affected by the collapse of Clugston Group. The Scunthorpe-based contractor filed for administration today (Friday 6 December), with its construction, logistics, facilities management, property and surveying businesses all impacted. The group employed 400 construction staff from a total workforce of 629. With around 75 members across Yorkshire and the

Are You Ready For Brexit?

CECA and Build UK have collaborated on a website which aims to help you prepare your business for Brexit by summarising the latest available information. You can access the website here. The UK Government’s Brexit Business Readiness Tool and HMRC Partnership Pack may also provide useful information. If you are a CECA member and would like