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: Contractors Say Infrastructure Pipeline Will Turbocharge Growth

Civils contractors today welcomed the publication of two key documents setting out projected investment of nearly £650 billion in the UK’s infrastructure over the rest of the decade. The Infrastructure and Projects Authority (IPA) has published the National Infrastructure and Construction Pipeline 2021 and Transforming Infrastructure Performance: Roadmap to 2030, both of which set out

CECA Sets Out Priorities For Spending Review

Civils contractors have published a check list of actions the Government must take to support immediate economic growth. The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) has set out its stall in its submission to the Government’s Spending Review, which identifies key actions to boost the economy, become greener, and drive the Government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda. Key

CECA: Contractors Call For Super Deduction To Include Leasing & Short-Term Hire

Civils contractors today added their weight to calls for the UK Government’s super deduction allowance (SDA) to be extended to include leasing and short-term hire. The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) has joined six other industry trade bodies in writing to the Chancellor of the Exchequer to express its concern that the eligibility criteria for