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: New Construction Minister Must Focus On Delivering Sector Deal

Civils contractors welcomed the news that Nadhim Zahawi MP has been appointed construction minister by urging him to focus on implementing the Construction Sector Deal and creating the resilient, highly skilled industry required to deliver the world class infrastructure that will drive economic growth across the UK. Mr. Zahawi was appointed as Parliamentary Under Secretary

Industry Warns ‘No Deal’ Brexit Could Cost UK Economy £12 Billion

CECA has joined with the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE), Build UK, the Construction Products Association and the Federation of Master Builders in writing to the Prime Minister to warn that a ‘no deal’ exit from the European Union could cost the UK economy as much as £12 billion. The letter states that “Our

Transport for the South East (TfSE) Drop-In Events

To mark the launch of Transport for the South East (TfSE) draft Transport Strategy later this year and the subsequent public consultation period, TfSE have organised a series of events across the TfSE region. These events offer an opportunity to learn more about TfSE, the strategy contents and the consultation process and will help you