Over 100 companies got to ‘meet the buyer’ – in this case Plymouth City Council – at a unique online event designed to help the city’s construction and built environment firms get a slice of the action.
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Working in city-wide partnership, Plymouth City Council has set up Skills Launchpad Plymouth as a new virtual FREE one-stop-shop skills service for the people of Plymouth.
Are you one of this year’s school or college leavers and wondering what your next move should be? Perhaps you were just starting to carve out your career path and you’re now facing uncertainty about future prospects and whether you have a job to step into. Or maybe you’re facing the risk of redundancy or thinking about re-training into something totally different.
The speakers and subjects have now been finalised for this Wednesday’s virtual ‘Meet the Buyer’ event. Colleagues from Plymouth City Council’s capital investment and procurement teams will share visibility of the committed forward workload for Plymouth which will be procured over the next 18-24 months from both a consultant and contractor perspective.
As part of our Building Plymouth Public Procurement Pipeline Partnership and to help deliver the city’s Resurgam Covid-19 Economic Recovery Plan, we welcome our local construction and built environment community to join our first virtual ‘Meet the Buyer’ event with Plymouth City Council on Wednesday 9 September from 9am – 11am.
We are delighted to announce that our flagship of the Road to Mayflower project, the Mayflower Forest, has been chosen as a finalist in the Third Sector Campaign category of this year’s Devon and Plymouth Chamber of Commerce Awards.
Plymouth’s construction and built environment expertise is showcased together for the first time in this new go-to directory which highlights the city’s talented design, engineering and build capabilities.
We’re so proud to announce that Chris Watts, our Building Plymouth Technical Apprentice of the Year Winner 2020 is now a finalist in the Constructing Excellence South West – G4C Future Leader award.
The Construction Leadership Council has recently launched the Construction Talent Retention scheme which enables skilled individuals to promote their experience and expertise to businesses across the industry.
Read Mike Borkowski, Chair of the Building Plymouth Procurement Pipeline Partnership’s, very positive viewpoint on this topic.