Constructions United - Welcome to The Best Constructions
Businesses that work within the construction industry and individuals employed by them could utilise the variety of services offered by the Construction Confederation either for free as a member or on a paid basis if complex legal and employment cases required additional research and time awarded.
Primarily anybody could ask for help and advice with regards to any aspects of the construction industry. The subject matters covered ranged from health and safety compliance and queries, environmental concerns, legal and technical advice, as well as advice on employment law, tax law or help with any problems that arise with staff or contractors they deal or have dealt with.
The CC was an amalgamation committee which represented six founding and existing organisations. These were the National Federation of Builders, Civil Engineering Contractors Association, Major Contractors Group, National Contractors Federation, British Woodworking Federation and Scottish Building.
Within this umbrella group it was possible for The CC to operate a policy which advocated assistance to all realms and reaches of the construction business on a bipartisan level.
As a member you had access to unlimited advice, help and resources as well as the ability to effect change. It was popular for the Construction Confederation to talk avidly with members of parliament and influence the UK government and European Union in ensuring the best possible economic and political climate so that construction could see continued growth.
The staff employed on the CC were high quality specialists who knew the construction inside and out, and all had specialist knowledge areas to draw upon and assist whether a member was a huge construction industry giant or one of the many thousands of construction workers actively employed within UK business.