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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.
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