Resource Efficiencies: Win business, Reduce costs

Environmental Sustainability for the Construction industry

Date:          Thursday 23 February 2012

Time:          5:00 pm – 7:30 pm (including a hot-fork buffet)

Venue:       South West College (SWC), Mountjoy Road, Omagh, BT79 7AH

Business in the Community’s ARENA Network (sponsored by NI Environment Agency) and Connections (sponsored by Electric Ireland), CITB – ConstructionSkills NI, and the South West College have joined forces to provide a FREE evening seminar to help support small construction firms with tendering and supply-chain development through improved energy, environmental and waste management.   

This seminar focuses on how developing stronger green credentials can help small building firms win more business through the tendering process by improving resource efficiency and reducing both carbon emissions and the costs of energy and waste management.  

Topics include the following:

  • Site Waste Management Planning: how to reduce costs and meet tender-winning standards
  • Energy savings = cost savings: how to improve profitability with better energy and transport management
  • Top Tips for successful tendering: what the assessors are looking for
  • Q & A with the panel of expert speakers: opportunity to direct your questions on the tendering process and how to save costs on energy and waste management



Benefits of attending:

  • Opportunity to hear what makes a successful tender application
  • Advice on how to develop your company’s green credentials
  • Update on the most cost-effective, energy-saving, environmentally-friendly approaches to resource and waste management
  • An understanding of how better energy and waste management can reduce your costs and help you win more business
  • Guidance on how to improve your competitiveness, profitability and reputation for supply-chain excellence

Who should attend?

Small construction firms interested in winning more business and saving on costs

To register:

 This event is free of charge.  Please register your participation by Monday 20 February 2012.

Please ensure that this invitation goes to the correct contact in your organisation—if you cannot attend, please feel free to forward it to a colleague who may be interested.

The Prince’s Mayday Network is the collaborative movement of UK businesses committed to action on climate change: Are you in?

Connections Best Practice Seminars aim to help small businesses achieve responsible growth. The Connections programme, sponsored by Electric Ireland, also provides mentoring and support to help SMEs to develop social, economic and environmental sustainability.