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
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