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Kier smallerhub South West is committed to positively engaging with the locally based supply chain, with a view to helping them improve their chances of gaining hub contracts. By doing this, it is anticipated that more of the circa £500m construction spend over the next 5 years will result in contracts for local companies and jobs for local people.

Our workshops and events are open to all members and aspiring members of hub South West’s Territory Supplier Network and are designed to build skills and create meaningful networking opportunities (with hub SW, Tier 1 contractors, presenters and other delegates) for those attending.

If you would like to attend, please complete the simple booking form and we will get back to you.

May hub Club

From May 25, 12:00 until May 25, 14:00
Categories: South West
Tags: Event
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May's hub Club Tuesday 25th May 2021

This month's hub club features the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre and in particular the Future Skills programmes that CSIC are currently running with a focus on the Masters programme.

Hear from our Development Manager Allan Lithgow who will present the hub South West pipeline and answer any questions relating

The hub Club brings together the hub South West team, Tier 1 contractors, sub-contractors, suppliers, professional services companies, introducing our 3 minute member’s pitches and of course networking with fellow attendees in our virtual breakout rooms


12:00   Welcome-Introductions

12:15   Project Pipeline – Allan Lithgow hub South West

12:30    3 Minute Members Pitches

13:00   Round Table Networking

13:30    Kaye Keenan - Construction Scotland Innovation Centre

14:00   Close


We aim:

1. To connect the local construction supply chain to the hub delivery programme and the delivery programmes of hub South West’s Tier 1 contractors.

2. To encourage inter-trading between South West construction businesses.

3. To support new construction businesses to make valuable contacts and develop their sales.

4. To promote learning and business improvement