Monthly Archives: February 2007

Bidding To Win

Initial details and flyers for the 26th April event now posted on to the Events Page Advertisements

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HSE Construction Info-Net and CDM Events

Just received the CONSTRUCTION INFO-NET  from the HSE – if you haven’t signed up to this free email service it is well worth doing so. The info-net report covers CDM 2007 UPDATE, CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS, (note this link for details … Continue reading

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Councils Need to Innovate

In advance of Wednesdays meeting on Public Procurement,   News today via Contract Journal: Local authorities need to consider more innovative approaches to delivering public services, 4ps chairman Cllr Edward Lord will tell delegates at the organisation’s second annual conference tomorrow. … Continue reading

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Another major customer announces green future plans

Following in the trend of Asda, M&S and the NHS, the John Lewis Partnership have announced plans for a green future for its energy and buildings. All future John Lewis and Waitrose stores will be based upon sustainable designs. This … Continue reading

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How do we clean the chimney??

Is this your contract? organisation? or one of your suppliers? A well thought through method statement maybe – but how do we clean the chimney? Once again the impact of mobile phone cameras and ease of access to the website … Continue reading

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The Elevate Carbon Challenge

Andrew Platten writes … I hope visitors find the site interesting, I for one would like to see any evidence in Lancashire of the following on construction sites: zero carbon developments examples of locally manufactured triple glazing, low energy structures … Continue reading

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Next Event – Public Procurement

Details of the next event can be found here.   Public Procurement Invite Public Sector Procurement: Meeting the Challenge Over the next 4 years, central and local government is working on becoming more efficient. It wants to make savings in its procurement … Continue reading

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