Welcome to the
STRATEGIC FORUM FOR CONSTRUCTION
The Strategic Forum for Construction brings together the mainbodies in the construction industry.
The Forum also acts as the interface between Government and the construction sector. It's vision is for the UK construction industry to achieve maximum value for all clients, end users and stakeholders and to exceed their expectations through the consistent delivery of world – class products and projects.
The member organisations are:
|Clients||represented by the Construction Clients Group|
|Professionals||represented by the Construction Industry Council|
|Specialist contractors||represented by the National Specialist Contractors Council and Specialist Engineering Contractors Group|
|Product suppliers||represented by the Construction Products Association|
|Site workers||represented by UCATT on behalf of the unions|
Bill Bolsover Chairman of the Strategic Forum for Construction
Experts sought to drive industrial strategy 25 January 2013
Industry Backs New Construction Advisory Council 15 January 2013
Industry ‘must wake up to opportunity for reform’ 2 April 2012
Potential for an immediate lift in construction growth - Lord O’Neill - 5 December 2011
SFfC Chairman speaks out in House of Lords Debate on Government Procurement - 24 November 2011
Lord O’Neill speaks to Construction News - 10 November 2011
Strategic Forum for Construction Executive Group Endorses New H&S Film - 9 November 2011
New Strategic Forum Chair To Forge Links With Government - 16 September 2011
The Strategic Forum Executive Group welcomed the Government Construction Strategy and agreed that the SFfC should have a substantive central role in regard to industry/government activities - 27 July 2011
Lord O’Neill of Clackmannan, President of the Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group, began a 12 month term for the ‘Specialists’ as Chairman of the Strategic Forum for Construction(SFfC) with effect from 1 July 2011. The term of Lord O’Neill has been extended to the end of 2012.
The Strategic Forum seeks to promote the six key areas contained within the Construction Commitments:
- Procurement and Integration
- Commitment to People
- Client Leadership
- Design Quality
- Health and Safety
Six headline targets to 2012 have been developed to address the key areas of focus. All members of the Strategic Forum will be working to ensure their part of the industry conttributes to ensuring these targets are achieved.