We are the construction sector’s leading Trade Association, providing our members with up to the minute sales leads, market intelligence, statistical data and networking opportunities.
Dealing with over 11,000 contract opportunities each year worth in excess of £50billion, our members monitor, apply for and win work every week using our constantly updated database.
Join us today and start enjoying the benefits of being a member of the Builders’ Conference.
|19-01-17||New Build||North West||HO - Housing||Contract Awarded||£7,000,000|
|19-01-17||Fitting Out||London||OF - Offices||Contract Awarded||£2,500,000|
|19-01-17||New Build||Scotland||HO - Housing||Contract Awarded||£4,000,000|
|19-01-17||Refurbishment and Repair||Scotland||ED - Schools. Colleges & University||Contract Awarded||£7,500,000|
|19-01-17||New Build||North West||HO - Housing||Contract Awarded||£4,000,000|
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We use our data to create our very own, unique award winning real time league of contractors who are winning work in the UK Construction Industry – powered by BC Live.
We are delighted to launch our first ever jobs board where you can search for jobs across the UK, post your CV and advertise your own vacancies. Members can use this service at a 33% discount per job credit.
On our jobs board you can search for new positions in the construction industry from quantity surveyor to site manager and bricklayer to document controller. You can use our site to upload your CV, track opportunities and apply for positions on line. If you are recruiting, you can submit vacancies and we will promote your job across our social media networks to reach all potential candidates. Our jobs board can be accessed by members and non-members. Please email Ben Chambers for charges, to confirm your credits and to place an advertisement.
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National developer, Wates Residential, is set to grow its London-based portfolio with its appointment to build phase one of London Borough of Camden Council’s mixed-use Abbey Area Redevelopment. The contract will include the construction of 75 homes for private sale, 66 homes for affordable rent, ten wheelc...Read More >
Willmott Dixon’s workload in Liverpool has surpassed £100 million in three years with the company lined up by Liverpool City Council for projects to create a new school and car park. The company has already delivered three large secondary schools through Scape Group’s National Major Works framew...Read More >
A £39.1m contract to construct a new junction on the M20 near Ashford has been awarded to Vinci, Highways England has confirmed. A new junction – junction 10a - is proposed approximately 700 metres east of the existing junction 10 near Ashford in Kent. The new junction will use two bridges and connect...Read More >
Kind & Co, working in London and the southeast deliver commercial, care, education and housing projects. They have a passion for developing future skills by supporting apprentices and trainees.Read More >
Lee Singleton, Academy Consulting looks at the offence of ‘creating the risk of harm’ and where ‘immediate custodial sentences’ for those pleading guilty may apply under CDM 2015.Read More >
Overall trophy winner: Securing 1 contract worth over £350m: Dragados UK New Construction orders of projects ranging in value £1m - £5m: Midas Group Winner for new construction orders for work ranging up to £1m: Russell Cawberry Congratulations to them al...Read More >
The closing tally on the BCLive league table for 2016 makes for pretty depressing reading with a 23 percent year-on-year fall in the value of contract awards and a December to forget. The Builders’ Conference CEO Neil Edwards reports. As the clock struck midnight on 31st December 2015, th...Read More >
The Builders' Conference reports on the Farmer Review in this month's Inside Construction Magazine. The Builders' Conference asks: Is the construction sector ready for the radical shake up that’s recommended by Mark Farmer in his report on how the industry needs to attract a new, youn...Read More >