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About Construction Link Ltd
Construction sourcing made easy
A new and exclusive construction community home to projects and tenders across the UK.
Born in late 2015, following years of frustration with the time-consuming processes involved in sourcing, selecting and procuring Specialist services in the construction industry, C-Link is designed to make construction sourcing easy. Our aim is to promote a culture of openness and positive interaction between industry stakeholders. We want to stimulate innovation in our notoriously slow-paced sector and improve relationships between Professionals and Specialists across the industry.
Our mission is to:
- Provide a low cost, high quality, lead generation service to Specialist Contractors, Suppliers and Consultants.
- Allow Developers and Main Contractors to make quality procurement decisions and deliver projects on time and budget.
- Inspire more positive relationships across the industry.
Featured articles and news
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Arbitration is a private, contractual form of dispute resolution used in the construction industry.
The European Parliament has approved a revised Energy Performance of Buildings directive.
One in six MPs supports the ring-fencing of retentions as proposed in the 'Aldous Bill'.
A stakeholder is anyone who has an interest in the process or outcome of a construction project.
BRE launches online self-assessment tool for ethical labour sourcing.
Tower refurbishment failed to meet safety standards on several counts, according to leaked report.
It may seem obvious but what does the term 'structure' refer to within a built environment context?
Carillion's liabilities could be much higher than previously thought, according to Receiver.
Photographing Historic Buildings, by the former head of photography at English Heritage.