About CE Midlands
CE Midlands is a progressive membership organisation committed to improving business performance by driving innovation and best practise in the construction industry.
CE Midlands is a collaboration of Midlands regional businesses, a not-for-profit membership organisation owned by the members.
We work to support and advance the construction sector through collaboration, knowledge sharing, networking and by engaging with government and major public sector bodies to influence policy and industry initiatives, to ultimately safeguard the interests of our members and help build their businesses.
Why get involved?
CE Midlands encourages networking and knowledge exchange by providing learning platforms to strengthen improvement throughout the industry – such as the local Best Practice Clubs, Thought Leadership Theme Group activity and Demonstration Programmes.
Our website is at the core of everything we do and provides a platform for members to engage in debate, showcase best practice and is an essential resource information centre. This online tool means that CE Midlands can remain lean and efficient.
By getting involved, members have access to training, technical support and opportunities to promote projects where business objectives have demonstrably benefitted from the application of best practice methods and innovative construction technology.
In an increasingly difficult market, by joining a positive force for change, members can influence the agenda, gain industry intelligence into trends and innovations which will help shape business planning and potentially assist entering new markets.
Diploma in Collaborative Working in Construction
CE Midlands is all set to deliver this twelve month online course on one half day a month followed by additional reading material, homework and an indication how what has been learned will be included in the delegates’ day-to-day activities.
Draft Building Safety Bill
The potential implications of the Draft Building Safety Bill are wide ranging across both the construction and property management sectors. This is one of a series of briefing notes produced by the CEMidlands Quality & Compliance.
National Brownfield Institute (University of Wolverhampton) – A Presentation by Architect and Project Managers.
Date: 9th June 2021
Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm