2018 MSA Symposium and Influencers’ Index

Constructing Excellence is a Supporter of the Modern Slavery and Ethical Labour Construction Leadership Symposium 2018 www.MSA4Construction.com The third annual one, this year’s Symposium takes place on 27 September 2018 in Central London. We are also supporting its companion event, the inaugural 2018 Annual Top100 Corporate Influencers’ Index http://www.msa4construction.com/Top100Index and black tie Recognition Dinner, to be held on the evening of 26 … Continue reading “2018 MSA Symposium and Influencers’ Index”

Procurement, Social Value & Responsible Sourcing: Constructing Excellence Members Forum January 2018

Forty Constructing Excellence members gathered at the London offices of Burges Salmon to take an in-depth look at the relationship between Procurement, Social Value & Responsible Sourcing. Charles Mills, Chair of the Constructing Excellence Procurement Theme Group, provided an overview of the importance of procurement in influencing every aspect of project delivery.  He identified some … Continue reading “Procurement, Social Value & Responsible Sourcing: Constructing Excellence Members Forum January 2018”

Social Value Summit

CHY attended and were invited to speak at the successful Social Value Summit held in London on the 8th February.  The event was extremely well attended with over 340 delegates from across the social enterprise, private and public sectors. The message from the headline speakers was clear. “You will lose your market place if you … Continue reading “Social Value Summit”

New CE Social Value theme group

How do clients take social value into consideration during procurement and planning ? What are the best and worst practices of implementing and achieving social value? How can the industry as a whole best promote the social impact of the built environment? Renew, in partnership with Constructing Excellence Yorkshire and the Humber, are leading on … Continue reading “New CE Social Value theme group”

Skills & Poverty – Closing the gap through major projects

On 24 September 2015 Renew and Hammerson will be hosting an event to share and illustrate best practice in achieving Social Value (local jobs, skills, training, apprenticeships and supply chains) through major construction projects. For more information and to book please visit the EventBrite listing for this event.

Client Commitments

The Clients’ Charter allows construction industry clients to make a clear statement of their commitment to performance improvement. Participants measure their progress against an agreed programme with increasingly demanding targets. A complete review and feedback process took place during 2007/2008 which indicated that the Charter needed some development to improve its usability and robustness and … Continue reading “Client Commitments”