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
CECA Health, Safety & Wellbeing Group Chairs On SMAC-20

The Chair and Vice-Chair of the CECA Health, Safety and Wellbeing Group have written to members about this year’s┬áStop. Make a Change campaign ‘SMAC-20’, which will take place between 10-23 of October 2020, beginning on World Mental Health Day and coinciding with European Week for Health & Safety. Click below to read their letter. If

New Fairness, Inclusion & Respect Resources “Will Benefit Everyone in UK Construction”

A suite of new learning materials launched today and made freely available to all those working in UK construction will drive positive change in the sector, industry leaders have said. The new resources, part-funded by industry training board CITB, have been developed by the CECA and the Supply Chain Sustainability School with a steering group

CLC: Industry Must Lead The Way In Take-Up Of NHS COVID-19 App

Industry leaders have urged businesses of all sizes in UK construction to lead the way in ensuring the widest possible uptake of the NHS COVID-19 app, which launches in England and Wales today. The app will enable QR check-in at venues and sites, and will be an important way for NHS Test and Trace in