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Our Members News section covers everything from national industry matters through to local projects, insights and vacancies; highlighting what is happening in the built environment and construction sector, all from our very own CEWales members. There are many inspiring projects throughout Wales, in which we take pleasure sharing them on our news pages. We want to hear from you! Please get in touch info@cewales.org.uk

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Inspiring the next generation

16th June 2021

Phil Bailey of BAM Construction explains how BAM continue to deliver during COVID-19.

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A Framework Not Fit for Purpose

16th June 2021

When done well, frameworks are good for construction and procurement of services. But when they are not, they need a rest. Sarah Benyon of Atom Architecture explains

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Wynne Construction to safeguard Welsh jobs through £85m order book

16th June 2021

Wynne Construction has secured £85m worth of projects to be delivered over the next two years, with orders showing an increase in demand for services from pre-COVID levels and is planning to safeguard approximately 6,500 Welsh construction jobs as it prepares to begin a series of new projects.

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IPAF EPAL App

10th June 2021

IPAF’s ePAL app is your new digital wallet to store and share your IPAF powered access licences and qualifications.

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Bouygues appointed for new Kingsway scheme in Swansea

9th June 2021

Bouygues has been appointed to build a major new high-tech office development that will provide space for 600 jobs in Swansea city centre.

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Hugh James - Construction Law Update - Webinar 10th June

28th May 2021

Join Hugh James for three concentrated,15-minute discussions on current construction issues, designed to fuel thought leadership; in other words, construction espresso shots.

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Hugh James advises on one of Wales' largest Regeneration Schemes

21st May 2021

Work has begun to transform a former steelworks site in Newport into a vibrant new place for people to live. It’s one of Wales’ largest regeneration schemes and Hugh James has been acting as legal adviser on various aspects of the project.

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Specific - Celebrating Ten Years of Energy Technology Development

19th May 2021

Ten years ago this month, Specific brought together academic and industry partners with expertise in printed photovoltaics, electrical storage, thermal storage and industrial coatings; they were united under a shared vision for a concept that was then called ‘Buildings as Power Stations’. What a long way they have come since then!

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