Local Constructing Excellence Clubs

Constructing Excellence business clubs are groups of forward-thinking, innovative people who want to share knowledge and ultimately improve their business bottom line.

Contact your local Constructing Excellence club to get involved:

The Club is a member-led organisation operating for the good of the industry and its stakeholders, encouraging conversation, networking and promoting good practice in the built environment.

Constructing excellence Oxford club is exceptionally proud of its members, many of whom are the finalists and winners of the Constructing excellence awards competitions, inspiring more organisations and individuals to improve industry performance.

CE Oxford Club runs regular networking, site visits, social events and themed seminars.

Club Chair Emma Allinson (Kingerlee)

Vice Chair George Blumberg (Oxford Brookes)

Contact Jenny Beilby (membership enquiries) jenny.beilby@fgould.com

Constructing Excellence Oxford Club

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Constructing Excellence Cambridge and Oxford Corridor Club operate in Milton Keynes, Oxford, Bicester, and Cambridge. Like the other local clubs in South East, the Club’s aim is to improve industry performance to produce a better-built environment.

Established in 2018, the Club is constantly expanding its circle of members, providing them an opportunity to network with like-minded professionals, exchange and learn best practice, listen to outstanding speakers on relevant topics and take part in the discussion.

With a variety of events the Club creates a platform for local organisations to share their knowledge and learn about new technologies, build contacts and develop effective relationships and business opportunities.

You will feel at home in this Club. They are friendly and very welcoming so its easy to start chatting. The committee are an enthusiastic bunch and arranges so many different activities, including social functions, that it’s the perfect relaxed atmosphere for networking and practice sharing.

See their list of events https://coccec.wildapricot.org/events and get in touch to ask your questions about membership.

Club Co-Chair Sally Bedwell (Morgan Sindall)

Club Co-Chair Paul Sandford (Pure BIM)


Sally Bedwell sally.bedwell@morgansindall.com

 Jenny Beilby (membership enquiries) jenny.beilby@fgould.com

Constructing Excellence Cambridge Oxford Corridor Club

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In a highly competitive place such as London, continuous change is a must.

Constructing Excellence Club London is a busy group of designers, consultants, contractors, clients, educational institutions, suppliers and sub-contractors, who get together to hear and discuss on specific topics and network.

The club provides unique opportunities for professionals to improve their knowledge and learn about new technologies, procedures, standards, build contacts and develop effective relationships and business opportunities. They host events on a wide range of topics, including procurement, building regulations, BIM, off-site construction, British standards etc.

The club encourages every member to suggest a topic for discussion, speak at the club event, join the committee and contribute to a better built environment in London. These recorded videos of some previous online events showcase the hot topics the club members discuss at their events.

Chair Paul Greenwood (Greenwood Consultants)


Paul Greenwood deputychair@londonconstructingexcellence.org.uk 

London Constructing Excellence Club

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Constructing Excellence Club in Kent is always a buzzing place for people across the sector to meet each other, share knowledge and best practice, and discuss challenges in the area.

The Club’s members are active participants in the construction community and frequent finalists and winners of CE awards.

The Club aim is to seek out and break down barriers to sustained improvement in construction practice. Through themed events and focused discussions, the Club encourages all those involved in the building industry, whether large or small, fledgling or mature, to enjoin with them and position Kent as a beacon of excellence.

Kent Club is an influential advocate for Generation For Construction (G4C) movement, supporting young people in the industry and encouraging them to excel.

If you live in Kent and want to discuss the latest trends in the sector or learn what your clients, partners and supply chain think and do, join the Constructing Excellence Club Kent community.

Led by its Chair Cheryl, the club encourages every member as well as its committee to actively take part in the discussion and implementation of improvements in the area.

Chair Cheryl Causebrook 

Treasurer Darren Edwards

Secretary Kevin Bush


Cheryl Causebrook cheryl@kentconstructingexcellence.co.uk

Constructing Excellence Club

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A Constructing Excellence club is a forum for local individuals and companies to learn about the principles of best practice while creating a culture of continuous improvement in the county. The Sussex Club offers an opportunity to meet informally and network with other construction consultants, contractors, suppliers, and clients on all levels to learn from each other and ultimately improve business and the construction industry.

Club’s committee seeks to represent all stakeholders of the construction industry, providing a unique environment for cross-sector learning, market understanding, practice sharing and network expansion.

From themed seminars, site visits to networking events, each year club members suggest and vote for the topics of their events, making sure both companies and local communities benefit from the club’s activity. This year, you join events such as “Building regulations”, “Biodiversity the built environment and planning” and “The Building Safety Bill”.

Club Chair Sarra Hawes (Hawes Construction Group) 

Club and Events Coordinator Sophie Law-Smith (FOOTPRINT+, Stickland Wright architecture + interiors) 


Sophie Law-Smith sophie@fomoevents.uk or 07793 351122

Constructing Excellence Sussex Club

CE Sussex Club Events

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Meet Constructing Excellence club in Surrey. With the aim to stimulate, debate and drive much-needed change in construction, the club unites members from the entire supply chain – clients, industry and users – to share a vision for change through innovation and collaboration.

Networking opportunities, thought-leadership talks, site tours and social events led by the club, help improve industry performance in order to produce a better built environment in Surrey and the South East.

Invaluable opportunity to learn from each other to improve companies’ performance opens doors to many organisations in Surrey to grow their business and implement the club’s mission at the same time.

Co-Chair Craig Goddard (Scott Brownrigg)

Co-Chair Rachel Davies (Perega)


Craig Goddard c.goddard@scottbrownrigg.com

Rachel Davies rdavis@perega.co.uk

Constructing Excellence Surrey Club

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It is an exciting time to be working in Croydon with huge change occurring and masses of construction activity taking place.

Many construction businesses have already benefitted from joining Constructing Excellence Club in the area. As members, they participate in agenda setting and research; attend regular networking groups, including business breakfasts and technical tours as well as have the opportunity to showcase and promote their organisation and share, learn and network with other local members.

The Club unites big and small companies across the sector, educational and financial institutions, all sorts of stakeholders interested in the development of construction businesses in the area. Club members have access to the latest measurement and diagnostic tools, as well as a range of business improvement services.

Chair Stephen Parker – FT3 Architects

Vice Chair Katherine Glass – White Label

Constructing Excellence Croydon Club

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The Berkshire Club of Constructing Excellence was established in 2012 and has grown into a fantastic circle of members, including clients in the local area, architects, planners, designers, consultants, contractors, academics, specialists and suppliers for landscapes, buildings and infrastructure.

The Club aims to enable joined-up thinking among members of the construction industry and to establish Berkshire as a centre of excellence in construction.

Berkshire club’s events throughout the year vary from sharing industry knowledge, site visits, exchange of best practice and networking events. Here’s a taster of some of the events the club has organised in 2022:

  • Phantom Brewery Tour
  • Oscar Wilde Walking Tour with Reading Museum
  • Rethinking our buildings and technology – meeting our climate targets
  • Re-visioning procurement culture in construction
  • Construction projects and inflation
  • Site tour of Station Hill development in Reading
  • Designing spaces that are safer for women and girls
  • Social media for construction
  • The future for residential heating

Lucy Wiltshire, Chair of CEB said: ‘We welcome members and non-members to our events which cover all aspects of construction. We are a very friendly bunch and would love to see you! We also run networking breakfasts at The Shed, in Reading every other month .. it’s a great way to connect and meet new colleagues! We look forward to you joining us!’

CE Berkshire Club welcomes local companies’ involvement, and support from local authorities, businesses and academia.

Chair Lucy Wiltshire (Kier)

Membership Secretary Claire Thirlwall – Thirlwall Associates

Secretary Stephen James (Clarks Legal)

Treasurer John Staves (Michael Aubrey Partnership)

Contact ceberkshire@gmail.com

Constructing Excellence Berkshire Club

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Constructing Excellence Surrey Club - Surrey Constructing Excellence Breakfast Event
30 April 2024
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