Subcontractors and suppliers needed in London

Grant Prior 4 years ago
Share

Constructionline is holding one of its biggest ever ‘Meet the Buyer’ events in London later this month.

constructionline

A whole host of major contractors and clients will be looking for suppliers on Thursday November 22 at the Oval Cricket Ground in Kennington.

Small and medium-sized contractors, consultants and materials suppliers will get the chance to meet key procurement decision makers from firms including:
·         Mears Projects
·         Breyer Group
·         South London & Maudsley NHS Trust
·         London Borough of Havering
·         Bouygues
·         VINCI Facilities
·         Amicus Horizon
·         Lend Lease
·         Kier Construction
·         Graham Construction
·         Urbanis
·         Cabinet Office
·         Trading for Good
·         Denne Construction
·         Lovell Partnerships Ltd
·         Bullock Construction
·         Circle Housing
·         South East Consortium

Philip Prince, sales and marketing director at Constructionline, said: “In our experience, both buyers and suppliers find it hard meeting face-to-face to discuss work opportunities, which is why we host these events.

“Establishing relationships between suppliers and clients is at the heart of what we do and the Meet the Buyer events are one of the many benefits for Constructionline member suppliers in helping them find and secure work.”

Kier Construction head of procurement Michael Thomlinson said: “Kier is committed to supporting the local economy in areas in which we work and, as part of this, we are looking forward to meeting many potential new partners at this event.

“By working with both subcontractors and suppliers we are not only able to share our wealth of experience, but also actively encourage the discovery of new ways to approach projects or initiatives, working towards common objectives of economic, social and environmental benefits through sustainable procurement and supporting local companies.”

The event is free and suppliers do not have to be registered with Constructionline to attend.

For more information about the event and to register your attendance click here.

Latest news

Subbies under attack from new breed of aggressive QS

Specialists at war with main contractor quantity surveyors
2 days ago

Scaffolding giant Palmers back under British ownership

New owner Colin Butt seals post-Brexit deal with German firm Xervon
2 days ago

Asbestos analyst fakes air testing certificates

Court hears how safety checks were not carried out properly on Manchester site
2 days ago

Ealing set for first major office scheme in a decade

Demolition work to start in April paving way for £50m building project
2 days ago

Subcontract rating wins Buckingham £37m waterpark

Coventry City Council scores package contractors in picking winning main contract bid
3 days ago

Crossrail in chaos as M&E work ripped out

100 electricians let go at Paddington as installation work grinds to a halt
3 days ago

Barratt finance boss exits after 15 months

Neil Cooper is leaving by mutual consent with immediate effect
2 days ago

Trade body questions future of CITB

Skills body in the firing line as it gears-up for crucial levy vote
3 days ago

Skills cards for fringe trades to be phased out

230,000 Construction Related Occupation cards to become obsolete
3 days ago

Mott MacDonald names new managing director

Mike Haigh rises from graduate to group MD in 35 years at Motts
2 days ago

Betting Spy: Rampant Spurs a big price at Man City

A Tottenham and Everton double pays a healthy looking 7/1
2 days ago

Pod specialist makes appeal to creditors

Modular contractor Aartoft could be heading for CVA
3 days ago

Plans lodged for 19-storey Coventry student block

Developer Crosslane submits 583-bed student accommodation scheme
3 days ago

Morgan Sindall wins Liverpool Knowledge Quarter work

Liverpool City Council awards two contracts worth £47m on Paddington Village scheme
4 days ago

Van Elle profit dips after Stock Market listing

Fall in specialist piling business profits hits first half performance
3 days ago

Skanska tightens grip on south west highways

Latest £175m Somerset deal follows £245m Devon highways term maintenance agreement
3 days ago

Watkin Jones targets PRS as profits surge

Strong student accommodation pipeline builds platform for growth
4 days ago

Morgan Sindall crowned 2016 contracts champion

Wates, Willmott Dixon and Mace join top 10 firms winning most work last year
4 days ago

Ex-Balfour finance chief to join Mitie after another profit warning

Two-day board meeting at Mitie to review strategy
4 days ago

Lendlease set for landmark £350m Google HQ job

Decision taken on vast King's Cross building contract last Thursday
5 days ago

U+I plans £300m of office refurb work

Developer links up with American firm to target sites in London, Manchester and Dublin
4 days ago

Loxam ups bid for Lavendon to £459m

Belgian and French giants slug it out for control of Leicester-based powered access specialist
4 days ago

Plans in for £40m Aberdeen FC stadium

Dons press ahead with 20,000-seat stadium and football academy plan
4 days ago

London Council unveils Wood Green regen plan

Major Wood Green town centre scheme relies on Crossrail 2 reroute
4 days ago

Laing O’Rourke to be replaced on £80m Whitechapel job

L&Q going back to market for new contractor on mixed-use scheme
5 days ago

Callum Tuckett joins Multiplex

New role for former Laing O'Rourke commercial director
5 days ago

Green light for £300m Luton regen scheme

Leisure and residential scheme to transform former Vauxhall car plant
5 days ago

Kier gears up for £85m Eastbourne mall expansion

Work to get underway on Arndale shopping centre extension
6 days ago

CITB plans levy cut in bid to survive

Training body offers to cut levy from 0.5% to 0.3% of staff wage bill
6 days ago

Wates starts £40m Kilburn housing scheme

Residential arm strengthens housing team as workload rises
6 days ago

Contractor services