Renew the rivalries at the construction industry 5-a-side football tournament at Goals Soccer Centre in Brislington, Bristol.
Join Constructing Excellence Bristol Club for 2017’s sailing event from Port Solent, Portsmouth. This exciting event is open to all those involved in the construction industry.
Attracting the brightest and best; reaching out to the young talent we need through social media.
The CEBC Conference focused on opportunities for the local construction sector in relation to the idea of the introduction and development of the Western Powerhouse. Particular focus was on the implications of infrastructure, resources, employment, and innovation to consider how a consolidated region could develop itself.
In the year that Bristol is European Green Capital, the Conference will focus on what this means for the city and how our construction industry will rise to the challenge and take the lead nationally in reducing environmental impact.
The Government’s ‘Construction 2025: Strategy’ has set a long-term vision for the industry to demonstrate clear leadership and to lead the world in low-carbon and green construction exports. Bristol must be in pole position to deliver on these aims and lead the UK in sustainability in the built environment.
In honour of Brazil hosting the World Cup this year, why not join Constructing Excellence for its very own Brazilian style construction industry 5-a-side football tournament at Goals Soccer Centre, WISE Campus, Bristol.
Join Constructing Excellence Bristol Club for a sailing event in Port Solent, Hampshire. This exciting event is open to all those involved in the construction industry from and around Bristol. Teams will compete, racing 40' yachts. Your company or organisation can be one of them. A competent skipper and mate will be assigned to your boat*, giving an opportunity to share an unforgettable day together. No experience is needed (!), just the will to work and have fun as a team.
Even as Bristol’s construction market continues to recover, mainstream funding models are unlikely to develop many of Bristol’s more difficult yet significant sites. On the other hand, the city has a raft of ideas for more radical, innovative, and community-facing funding models.
Forecast growth in global construction market: 70% by 2025
The Government’s strategies to ensure UK companies are best placed to dominate this forecast growth include...
Construction projects are all about sharing information and knowledge between parties, from capturing a brief, to consultants developing a scheme, to contractors building on site.
The influential Heseltine Report, Leaving No Stone Unturned, identified Local Enterprise Partnerships and Chambers of Commerce as ‘engines of growth’ in the regions. Alongside this, the Construction Industry Council’s report, Growth through BIM, sets out how the UK’s BIM Strategy can be turned into economic growth both here and abroad.
Is stakeholder engagement important in the design process and if so, what skills and processes do the design team need to use?
What can we do to further understand the region’s clients and communities? What can we do to overcome their current reluctance to initiate construction projects? Could we be using public and private funding more effectively to support communities and clients in order to kick start the market?
In honour of Brazil being 5 times winners of the World Cup and their hosting of the next competition in Brazil in 2014, why not join Constructing Excellence for its very own Brazilian style construction industry five-a-side football tournament at Goals Soccer Centre, WISE Campus, Bristol.
Public sector clients, sustainability and community engagement are amongst the drivers of the move to procuring construction products and services from shorter more locally based supply chains.
The legal framework for ‘localism’ has been fixed through the 2011 Localism Act, however it is unclear how this will be interpreted by different cities.
This workshop examined how clients of the region’s construction industry, working in collaboration with their suppliers, can help build a world-class workforce by using the influence of their capital works programmes to help engender a culture of creativity, learning and growth within their project teams, supply chains and communities.