Your SCE Membership serves as a mark of your commitment to delivering and driving excellence in construction, and gives you access to some great benefits and opportunities. This year we have been working hard to increase the reach of Shropshire Constructing Excellence, to be the voice of the sector across the county, and to support our members.
By renewing your membership you will also be able to access, at no extra charge or reduced rates, to our programme of events, and those we are able to access as an industry partner. Here’s more about what your membership has delivered this year and how to renew!
Shropshire Constructing Excellence provides an excellent opportunity to network with like-minded companies, explore innovative collaborative opportunities, exchange information and find out about new developments in Shropshire and beyond. Member companies often share their business experiences for the mutual benefit of the industry helping on a practical, personal and local level.
Member companies cover a wide range of disciplines such as offsite manufacturers, architectural practices, construction companies, technology innovators and many more. Any business which constructs or works with those who do has the opportunity to add to the strength of our community.
Invitations to attend a range of industry specific events throughout the year
A forum for lobbying on issues of importance to the construction sector
Promotion of new construction practices, materials and products to drive the construction industry forward
A focal point for quality local construction expertise and the promotion of member companies
Advice on the different types of business support programmes available to the construction sector
Encouraging employment of local labour through up-skilling and working with local partners to promote the sector
Andrew Evans, Technical Director, Scott Wilson
Perhaps more importantly, it allows us to put a name and a face to these innovators and other members of the local construction community. This is important to us as we face the challenges of doing business in a world where sustainability and value rightfully have increasing weight.”
Jean Teichmann, Head of Development, The Wrekin Housing Trust
It also provides an ideal opportunity to meet and network with local consultants and contractors.”
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