Supply Chain Engagement

28th November 2013

East Riding of Yorkshire Council would like to invite interested suppliers to a Supply Chain Engagement event for the forthcoming Brough Relief Road scheme to be held at the Blackburn Leisure Sports and Social Club, Prescott Avenue, Skillings Lane, Brough HU15 1BB on Monday the 9th December from 14:00 until 16:00.

Suppliers who attend will get the opportunity to meet directly with East Riding of Yorkshire Council's Project Delivery Team and main contractors tendering for the scheme to discuss potential sub-contracting packages and work opportunities. The overall scheme will involve the construction of two new roundabouts, a single carriageway with associated drainage and street lighting works, as well as a rail over bridge and general civil engineering works, all with plenty of opportunities for a range of sub-contractor involvement. Should you wish to attend this forthcoming event, please complete the table below and reply to

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