Our Vision for the Club +++ To be a leading Constructing Excellence club in the UK +++ Recognised in the Black Country as the organisation for information, knowledge, connections and the sharing of best practice in the construction related supply chain +++ Club events to be the place of choice to meet and learn, particularly for SMEs +++

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The Black Country Constructing Excellence Club

Welcome to the Black Country Constructing Excellence Club.  We are the Constructing Excellence club representing the construction community in Dudley, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton and one of the 6 clubs representing the West Midlands Centre for Constructing Excellence across the West Midlands region. 


Four academy students from Walsall Adult & Community College have gone back to school, so to speak, by taking part in a construction project at a Bloxwich primary school.

The caretaker building at the front of St Peter's Catholic Primary School in Lichfield Road is set to be transformed into a Learning Hub and will house the school's before and after school club, meeting rooms for special needs and Governors as well as a venue for youngsters to practice their gardening and cooking skills.

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BCCEC & Wolverhampton Homes in the Press

We were delighted with the number of delegates who were able to join us at the Wolverhampton Homes event at the Molineux Stadium and want to thank them for making it such a success.

Collectively, the membership makes a real impact and can influence future growth and employment in the Black Country region.  If you would like see how the event has been picked up by www.housingnews.co.uk 

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Thank you again for your support and we look forward to welcoming you to our next event.

Youngsters Try their Hand at Brick Laying.

Youngsters from a Sandwell school swopped building blocks for bricks when they were visited by a builder

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Use of The Club’s Logo
The Black Country Constructing Excellence Club does not authorise any other organisation to use its logo or brand. Any organisation found to be doing so has not received our consent and we take no responsibilities whatsoever for any claims made or implied by its unauthorised use. The Black Country Constructing Excellence Club does not vouch for, assess, certificate or approve any organisation which is a member of the Club.

Our November 2011 Constructing West Midlands Framework event featured speakers from Birmingham City Council (Ian Davis and Martin Merrix) ) and representatives from the 7 framework contractors, for whom Stuart Rogers of Mansell spoke about Lot 7 and Philip Carpenter of Kendricks spoke about Lots 1 to 6.

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September 25 2014: CDM 2015 Update: Information regarding the new CDM Regulations due out in spring 2015


July 4th 2014: Recovery of Housing & the Opportunities it Offers


May 29th 2014 : Public Sector Encouragement for Construction Growth


May 1st 2014: Green Deal - What You Need to Know & A Reality Check


January 2014: Develop a Lean Culture to Drive Efficiency in your Business & AGM Vision


November 2013: Construction 2025 Vision


October 2013: Town Centre Regeneration : Lessons from Wolverhampton


October 2013: Energy Efficiency in Existing Non Domestic Properties


April 2013: Green Deal & Retrofit


March 2013: Land Remediation and Geotechnical Engineering



February 2013: AGM and Homes & Community Agency event



January 2013: AGM and Homes & Community Agency event



November 2012: Theory & Practice of BIM



September 2012: Use of Social Media in Business



May 2012: Financial Planning: Funding, Factoring & Insolvency



March 2012: Financial Planning: Funding, Factoring & Insolvency



January 2012: Bribery Act, Pension Reforms & AGM



November 2011: Supplying Birmingham City Council's Constructing West Midlands Framework



October 2011:


September 2011: how Me The Money
A Guide To Payment Under the New Construction Act & Resolving Contractual Payment Issues



July 2011: Site Visit University of Wolverhampton's new Performance Hub



May 2011: Minster College - "Best of the Best"


April 2011: Minster College - "Best of the Best";




February 2011:



January 2011: he Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership & Construction - Building A New Relationship


2012 Subscriptions

We have been sending out invoices for membership during January. Please do settle your invoice promptly.  For details of Club membership please visit the Joining The Club page.



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Club Benefits
  • Gain valuable new knowledge and benefit through participation
  • Gain valuable new knowledge and benefit through participation
  • Learn more about best practice and innovationnovation
  • Keep up to date with industry regulations and changess
  • Engage more with the local construction community
  • Meet like-minded people seeking to make a difference to their business, career and performance more>