Liverpool Construction Best Practice Club

on Thursday, 06 November 2014. Posted in News

The Liverpool Construction Best Practice Club met this afternoon to discuss the impact of the Social Value Act on the construction industry.

The meeting in the Old Hall of the Cotton Exchange included a presentation by Michelle Brennan of Project Five Consulting on the Act and its implications and Total Reuse who tried to show how it works in practice. There are currently four clubs operating in the North West, in the following regions:

  • Manchester
  • Liverpool
  • Lancashire
  • Cheshire, Warrington and Wirral

The Best Practice Club is a local support network created to promote to promote continuous improvement within the construction industry. It offers the opportunity for an informal group of forward thinking, innovative people   informal group group of forward thinking, innovative people to share knowledge in order to improve their performance and ultimately, their business. To find out more, click on the link below:

 

Project Five Consulting is a unique team set on achieving a more sustainable and efficient construction sector to serve the needs of built environment.

The team are experts in a broad range of fields and are bound by a shared vision to improve the construction sector. Whether it is the need to improve costs, delivery or environmental impact, it's people are equipped with the knowledge, skills and experience to inspire change and deliver a better way of working. To find out more, click on the logo below: