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CN Public Sector Construction

Improving public services through better construction

Wednesday 28th January
CBI Conference Centre, London, WC1A 1DU
www.cnpublicsector.co.uk

The economic slowdown will have an effect on public sector construction – the question is, what will the effect be?

Everybody knows the credit crunch and struggling economy will affect the construction industry.

The key to riding out this period is to assess where public sector funding will be allocated, and which public sectors will offer the most construction opportunities in the current economic climate.

Despite the credit crunch, there is still a need to build more schools, hospitals, prisons and roads, and it is determining the exact requirements of these public sector construction projects that will separate the winners from the losers over the next 5 years.

Public Sector Construction focuses on the latest opportunities across the key markets in the public sector. Benefits of attending include:

  • Hear the latest projections for public sector construction

  • Assess the viability of PFI’s as a means of public sector construction funding

  • Learn how to develop long term, profitable relationships with local authorities

  • Find out the latest opportunities in the transport and prison construction centres

  • Stream sessions – choose between healthcare, education and waste to get a detailed low-down on the public sector construction opportunities in your preferred market

Speakers include:

  • Noble Francis,Economics Director,Construction Products Association

  • Alex Donaldson,Director,3D Reid

  • Steve Hazleton,Director, Energy and Environmental Infrastructure Advisory,Ernst & Young

  • Paul Butler,Procurement Director, North Yorkshire Council & Associate Director,Mace

Email:constructconferences@emap.com
Tel: 0845 056 8069
Fax: 0207 728 5299

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