Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster currently has a number of active Sector Groups and there are plans for at more to reflect its growing and changing membership. The BECBC Sector Groups are for members only and provide an invaluable forum for businesses to meet others in their industry, to find out about trends and opportunities and to share information and knowledge with potential partners, clients and suppliers.
Britain’s Energy Coast Business Cluster meetings are held every month and are a great opportunity to meet other members. Other BECBC events include monthly training workshops, the BECBC Business Awards and other networking events, as well as specialist Sector Group meetings.
Business School Engagement Events enable students to gain a better understanding of the world of work as well as meet local employers who are members of the cluster. The Charity Page signposts you to some local organisations.
NISLA 2019 (Nuclear Industry Summit Latin America)
NISLA has attracted over 70 speakers and 500 industrial leaders to attend.
Focusing on Argentina, Brazil & Mexico, NISLA2019 will bring you more topics, including the Latest Nuclear Regulatory, NPP New Build, but also NPP Life Extension, Operation & Maintenance, Fuel Cycle and more.
Aerospace Wales, in partnership with Nu-Tech Exhibitions + Events, are launching the Capability Showcase & Supply Chain Opportunities Event at the newly opened AMRC Wales building in Broughton, North Wales on Thurs, 5th December 2019.
The event will include:
Key speakers from major aerospace & defence manufacturers
GETTING THE BEST OUT OF NEC - PRACTICAL INSIGHT INTO IT’S BENEFITS & PITFALLS
HKA present this free breakfast briefing for employers, local authorities, main contractors and subcontractors involved with construction and infrastructure projects. What we will cover:
In this interactive set of presentations, HKA will be joined by the Chair of the Infrastructure Client Group (ICG). The ICG is part of the Institution of Civil Engineers guiding the Project 13 initiative. Project 13 is an industry-led committee drawing together lessons learned from past projects to improve the delivery of construction projects and supports the adoption of the NEC4 Form of Contract.
Lessons learned from Project 13 and insight into the practical application of the NEC4 Form of Contract by working in a collaborative manner will be presented through:
An overview of the key lessons being learned by Project 13 that can be readily applied by all parties engaged in project delivery
A case study demonstrating the current application of NEC4
Identification and explanation of important changes and potential pitfalls in NEC4
The evolution and benefits of NEC
The shift to more integrated and collaborative delivery models
Lessons learned from applying NEC4 to a live complex project
Engagement of all parties to set up the contract
Managing expectations of all parties
The management of risk in a multi-party context
The realities and perils of non-compliance from the perspectives of the Contractor / Project Manager / Employer
Jonathan Dodgson Carr founded our company on the principles of quality, innovation and understanding the needs of his customers. More than 180 years later, we see no reason to change a winning formula.
Carr’s Flour Mills is a thriving 21st century business – but with unashamedly old-fashioned values when it comes to looking after the people who matter most. Today we process approximately 300,000 tonnes of wheat a year at our mills at Silloth, Maldon and Kirkcaldy.
We source only the best wheat from home and abroad, and we have invested heavily in the latest milling technology. Our ﬂours are created with attention to detail, supplying everyone from home and independent bakers to retail multiples and major food retailers. And in an often volatile wheat market, our people work closely with our customers to minimise the impact of unexpected price spikes.
Meet at 6.00 p.m. Carr’s Flour Mills is easily located (bottom of Lawn Terrace, CA7 4AJ) and there is adequate car parking for an evening visit. Visitors will be met at the gate house and accompanied to the museum where an introductory talk will be given. Following this there will be a site tour. Flour milling is a noisy process and hearing protection will be provided as will be coveralls for food safety requirements. It is recommended that flat ‘sensible’ footwear is worn. The mill buildings date back to the 1870’s when milling technology differed from today so expect to climb stairs.
NUMBERS ARE STRICTLY LIMITED SO BOOKING IS MANDATORY.