Technical

CECA advises members on a range of technical matters. We have direct access to a large number of civil engineering specialists who can provide up-to-date and accurate information.

CECA is also actively involved in a series of national technical committees, providing members to become involved with influencing future standards and product specifications.

CECA’s current involvement includes:

  • BSI Concrete Product Testing Committee
  • BSI 88110 Design of Concrete Segmental Tunnel Linings Code of Practice
  • BSI B/517/1 Concrete Product Testing
  • BSI MHE3/11 Lifting
  • HAPAS HiTAC
  • CEEQUAL Working Group
  • CARES Policy Advisory Group
  • CARES Sustainability Committee
Lessons From Transport For The Sponsorship Of Major Projects

A new report, commissioned by the Permanent Secretary of the Department for Transport (DfT) Bernadette Kelly and the Chief Executive of the Infrastructure and Projects Authority Matthew Vickerstaff, has identified lessons to increase confidence that future transport, infrastructure and wider Government projects are delivered with confidence, predictability and control. Lessons from transport for the sponsorship

Infrastructure Leaders Target Elimination Of Key Risks

Leaders from across UK infrastructure are joining forces in 2019 to make an ambitious step change in the safety, health and wellbeing of everyone involved in major infrastructure projects in the UK. Over the next 12 months representatives from the industry’s major clients, contractors and supply chain have agreed to work together to tackle the