Miller is a Tier 1 contractor with hub North Scotland Limited which has a £50m pipeline of work to be delivered over the next three years in Wick and Tain.
All construction trades in Wick, the wider north eastern Highlands and Orkney, are invited to register for the event being held at Mackays Hotel, Union Street, Wick, KW1 5ED on Wednesday, 27 March 201.
Interested parties are requested to email email@example.com to register their details.
Miller executives will be joined by representatives from hub North Scotland Limited, Highland Opportunity, Business Gateway and Construction Skills.
Charlie Dunn, Regional Managing Director, Miller Construction, said: “We are delighted to be holding this event, our second meet the buyer event in the region in a matter of months, which will allow us to engage with local subcontractors in the Caithness area.
“Businesses who are interested in working with us on hub North Scotland projects, in Wick, Tain and on future projects in the area, are invited to come along and discuss potential opportunities.
“As part of our commitment to being a responsible contractor, we are looking to engage with local communities and subcontractors wherever possible in order to maximise the local economic benefits generated by our activities.
“We are pleased to be partnering with key Highlands and Islands organisations who will be able to assist local businesses to get involved in these projects.”
Angus Macfarlane, Chief Executive, hub North Scotland Limited, said: “These projects for The Highland Council and NHS Highland, currently being brought to reality in the North of Scotland, are hugely exciting and will bring much needed new facilities to complement the current services being provided in their communities.
“In the process of procurement we very much welcome the engagement work that our Tier 1 contractor, Miller Construction, is seeking to bring to the local supply chain and we would encourage all those local businesses with an interest in securing new construction work, to come along to this event.”