30 Nov 2017 09:15
Our November SHAD is aimed at those in leadership positions, and will focus on sound personal health in the workplace.
30 Nov 2017 16:30
A free seminar from market-leading Health & Safety advisors to help members navigate through the maze of legislation.
13 Jun 2018 08:00
The British Precast Members' Annual Golf Day offers the chance to entertain and network with customers.
05 Jul 2018 19:00
Our Annual Dinner will be held at the Leicester Marriott Hotel, on the 5th July, starting at 7pm till late.
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21 Oct 2015
The Modern Masonry Alliance held Housing Insights 2015 on 20 October at the IET, Birmingham.
03 Aug 2015
British Precast congratulate the Felix RAAM team on their fantastic achievement of raising over £28,000 by participating in the Race Across America for the charities BLESMA and The Wounded Warrior Project. The team, including John Lambert from Forticrete, attended our exhibition PRECAST2015 earlier this year and we were pleased to support the team in raising funds at our Annual Dinner too.
22 Jul 2015
The British Precast Safety & Health Awareness Day (SHAD) was held on 21 July 2015 at Tarmac Building Products, Stamford. This day was one of our biggest SHADs that we have held with over 100 delegates from 23 different member companies in attendance. Sessions were held on essential practical topics including Health, Conveyors, Isolation, as well as a session by the HSE on Incident Causation.
Our next SHAD this year will be aimed at directors, executives, leaders and managers. Further details will be available in due course.
26 Jun 2015
British Precast has become the first trade association to sign the Infrastructure Carbon Review pledge. The precast industry is already committed to reduce carbon emissions by 20% and energy consumption by 10% by 2020 (using the 2012 baseline).
British Precast also committed to other carbon-relevant 2020 targets associated with reduction of waste to landill and use of alternative cements. The main statement can be viewed by clicking here.
Names of organisations endorsing the ICR can be found in the latest report by the Green Construction Board’s 'Three Years on Report'.
24 Jun 2015
Our Annual Dinner was held on 24 June 2015 at the Leicester Marriott Hotel. Supported by CEMEX, the Dinner brought the industry together for an evening of entertainment and presentation of the prestigious Best Practice Awards. British Precast members who had submitted entries for the 4 award categories; Health & Safety, Innovation, Project, and Sustainability
16 Jun 2015
The British Precast black-tie Annual Dinner was held on 24 June at the Leicester Marriott Hotel.
We are pleased to be adding our support to the Felix RAAM team who are currently raising fundraising for British Limbless Ex-Service Men's Association (BLESMA) and The Wounded Warrior Project. The team, which include's Forticrete's director & general manager John Lambert, will be conducting a cycle race across America where they will cover 3000 miles in 90 days.
For more information, click here to view the team's video and visit their Virgin Money Giving page to donate now.
21 May 2015
The UK’s biggest precast concrete event took place on 21 May 2015 at Leicester Tigers Stadium. PRECAST2015 was a great success with over 60 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and services in the industry to over 400 delegates from the UK and further abroad.
01 May 2015
The sudden rise in new build housing projects in the second quarter of 2013 brought with it a dramatic increase in demand for all building products and, as a result, a temporary shortage of materials across the entire industry. The Aircrete Product Association Members (APA) responded to the change in market conditions by rapidly bringing additional production on stream. Please click here for the full press release from the APA.
01 Apr 2015
The Architectural & Structural Precast Association (ASPA) is delighted to launch ASPA News. Visit the ASPA website to download the newsletter now and to find out more about ASPA members' latest projects and innovations.
01 Apr 2015
The aims of the Code are fourfold: to increase safety awareness within the industry; to help plan the production process and equipment required; for training all personnel involved with stressing operations; and to assist in preparing safe working method statements.