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Project Management

Event Management

SECBE event management skills run from small workshops to supply chain programmes and from conferences to awards dinners and ceremonies.   With management responsibility for the Constructing Excellence in London and the South East awards, the team have organised multi panel judging days with over 60 presentations from 110 individuals and ‘sell-out' gala dinners and awards ceremonies for over 300 guests.

 

Government funded projects

SECBE has been lead or joint delivery partner on a number of large UK Government and European funded projects including:

Flash+:  Ongoing £2million ERDF funded programme using evidence from Building Performance Evaluation to help SME's to increase confidence in low carbon solutions and grow their business around the green agenda.  Workshops, conferences and online resources will share the results of a variety of case studies where buildings have been monitored and review the drivers, tools and techniques for evaluation.

 
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Sector Consortium:  The South East England Development Agency (SEEDA), as the Regional Development Agency for the South East, was responsible for the sustainable economic development and regeneration of the region (2005 - 2010).  SECBE received significant investment to support positive development of business within the construction industry because of its profound impact on all other business sectors

Pathway to Zero Waste: The South East England Development Agency (SEEDA) provided regional leadership and limited funding. It sought to influence Government policy to enable effective implementation of waste directives and regulations. This project encouraged and supported businesses to exploit the opportunities that arose from the increased diversion of materials from landfill..

Building Libya: Collaborative business development platform to help UK SMEs access what was a difficult but promising market place.  The project centred around building relationships with key Libyan stakeholders and finding business opportunities for UK companies and delivery teams.

 

GROW: European Intereg IIIc project that focused on two areas of high economic growth, the South East of England and Andalucía in Spain. Working together, the two regions shared existing and emerging sustainable construction methods, techniques, policies and activities - drawing out best practice in order to drive business across the regions. grow
Low Carbon Homes: Web guide designed to show you ‘how to' deliver and build low carbon homes. Drawing on a wealth of knowledge from a wide range of sources it was developed to serve the 'zero carbon driven' house-building industry. lch

Waste Portal:  Whether you are an architect, developer, contractor or professional advisor this site provides a gateway to a growing resource bank of information and contacts to help you to better minimise and manage your waste. Click the image to enter the portal now.

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It should be noted that these three portals are not currently live and information may be out-of-date. However some of the content still may be of interest and relevant.