How do you actually do it! What information do you need? What is the buyer looking for? How long will it take you? Do you have a chance of winning it or are you too small or inexperienced? Understand the answers to these questions and start successfully tendering for new business.

Consultant: Jillian LIlico

David has managed local procurement initiatives all over London for the past 12 years. He has helped to manage iCAM2, Supply Cross River 1 & 2, Supply Nine Elms, and the recent CITB programme, Building for Growth. He has helped hundreds of local  businesses to access and win contract opportunities with major buyers. Well known by councils, he believes passionately in working with local businesses and raising their aspirations.

Did you know that many construction buyers will automatically reject  suppliers unless they have Health & Safety Accreditation. These days without it you are shut out of much of the commercial market. But it is easier and less expensive than you think to put this in place.

Consultant: Tony Stewart


David McApline, Project Director

working with the environment

health and safety accreditation

There is a strong trend toward more environmentally friendly materials and methods in the construction sector. You can demonstrate your company’s credentials by obtaining the necessary certifications and accreditation and win more points on your tenders.

Consultant: Rachel Widdows

Tendering to WIN