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Strategic Forum for Construction Relaunches

The CPA is pleased to join with industry leaders and set ambitious plans to drive improvement across the sector with the relaunch of the Strategic Forum for Construction.

In 2016 the Forum will be targeting delivery of four cross-industry work streams covering payment, pre-qualification, procurement models, and industry Commitments.  The Forum will soon publish further details of each, along with details of how companies can get involved in each work stream.

The Strategic Forum was formed in 2001 to bring together representatives from the industry’s customers, contractors, specialists, professionals and products companies.  Since 2013 it has been working with the Government to support delivery of the recommendations of Construction 2025, the industrial strategy for construction.

The reformation of the Construction Leadership Council, and merger of the National Specialist Contractors Council with the UK Contractors Group to form Build UK has seen a refresh of the Strategic Forum, making it more representative of industry while focussing on the delivery of key improvements for industry.

The Strategic Forum’s members are:

The Forum is chaired on a rotating basis by representatives from each of its six members.  The Home Builders Federation and CBI also attend Forum meetings

Construction Products Association chairman John Sinfield said:  “The Strategic Forum provides the whole industry with the opportunity to work together to tackle some of the major challenges that stand in the way of better, more efficient delivery for our customers.  We are looking forward to pushing ahead with the Strategic Forum’s agenda in 2016, driving improvements across the sector.”

By Administrator at 19 Feb 2016, 15:37 PM

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For enquiries please contact: Emma Salmon emma.salmon@constructionproducts.org.uk

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