Thursday, January 1, 2015

Small and medium (SME) construction companies are failing to win most public sector contracts, it is claimed.

1: NEWS, Building Industry
Public sector construction contracts are worth more than A$71billion (£37billion / USD$57billion per year, which is a considerable 38% of all construction output, says a new report by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB).

Despite a government pledge that at least 25% of all central government contracts should be awarded to small and medium-sized (SME) businesses by 2015, many construction SME firms are finding it tough to win public sector work.

Read the full FMB report - ‘Improving public procurement for construction SMEs’ + framework agreement, lesions to be learned + more ... [PDF download link]

2: Solution - Profitable Partnering
The GAP Program is the game changer for SME Master Builders to win more projects.
To learn more, you can [download the PDF here].

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