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CECA Publishes Free New Supplier Guide: Working With Highways England   6th November 2019

CECA, working in a collaborative working group with the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) and supported by Highways England, has published a free online Supplier Guide on Working with Highways England.

The aim of the guide is to provide information and support to civil engineering contracting companies, providers of professional and management services, and their respective supply chain partners who have not previously been engaged with Highways England and the UK procurement process. For smaller companies, information is included to make it easier to find work and to do business with Highways England and their suppliers.

You can access the Supplier Guide by copying and pasting this link into your browser: https://www.ceca.co.uk/work-programme/supplier-guide-working-with-highways-england/

  

 

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