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CECA comment: 2022 is a year of opportunity

13/01/2022

Marie-Claude Hemming, director of external affairs at The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA), looks ahead to a busy year in roads.

CECA comment: The changes we need to make a net zero industry

23/11/2021

Marie-Claude Hemming, director of external affairs at The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA), discusses the sector-wide agreements needed to support net zero highways.

CECA and DfT sign delivery partnership deal

15/07/2021

The Civil Engineering Contractors Association has signed a partnership agreement with the Department for Transport to support 'the optimal delivery of infrastructure investment across Britain'.

Infrastructure growth heating up

27/05/2021

Civil engineering contractors have reported early signs that the infrastructure-driven economic recovery in Britain is underway, but they also warned growing demand is driving up costs.

CECA launches Highways Maintenance Group

05/11/2020

The Civil Engineering Contractors Association has created a specialist sector group for member companies with an interest in highways maintenance.

Free inclusive training tools released to construction industry

28/09/2020

A suite of new learning materials covering inclusive leadership, recruitment and training and developed by industry leaders have been made freely available to the UK construction sector.

The cost of COVID: ‘Historic’ fall in workloads but industry ready to bounce back

13/08/2020

As the UK falls into recession with GDP tumbling 20.4% in April-June, the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) has released a report counting the impact of COVID-19 in the second quarter (Q2) of the financial year.

Comment: Resolve disputes for the sake of the sector

07/05/2020

Marie-Claude Hemming, Director of External Affairs, Civil Engineering Contractors Association, argues that managing disputes arising from C-19 is vital for the delivery of the second road investment strategy (RIS 2).

Current infrastructure model 'unsustainable'

26/03/2019

The current model of infrastructure delivery is not sustainable and the industry as a whole must embrace change, according to the head of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA), speaking to Highways during what has become a torrid March for the sector.

Industry reacts to Autumn Statement

24/11/2016

The industry has given its reaction to Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement.

Deliver infrastructure projects now, CECA warns

28/07/2016

The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) has warned that a flatlining infrastructure sector could spell trouble for the economy.

CECA: New Prime Minister must commit to infrastructure

15/07/2016

The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) says new Prime Minister Theresa May must commit to infrastructure in her first 100 days in post.

Cameron resigns following exit vote as contractors call for calm

24/06/2016

David Cameron has resigned as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom this morning (24 June) after the country voted to leave the European Union.

Underperforming roads sector is hampering growth, CECA says

28/04/2016

A poorly-performing roads sector is acting as a brake on growth to the wider economy, according to civils contractors.

Award for London Highways Academy of Excellence

01/03/2016

The London Highways Academy of Excellence has won the Civil Engineering Contractors Association’s (CECA) Inspiring Change in the Community Award 2016.

CECA: £600m roads pledge is “old money being announced as new”

07/07/2015

The north east division of the Civil Engineering Contractors’ Association (CECA) says the recently announced £600 million worth of improvements for roads in the area is old money being announced as new.

CECA join task force that will examine impact of holiday pay decision

05/11/2014

The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) will sit on a task force that has been setup to assess the Employment Appeal Tribunal's ruling that employees should receive extra holiday pay for working overtime.

Civil engineers see signs of upturn

11/08/2011

Civil engineering contractors are beginning to see signs of an improvement in orders and workloads after three years of sharp declines.

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