Supplier Events to Promote Community Benefit Objectives

The community benefits team at the Dundee Regional Performance Centre for Sport Project held a supply chain event to discuss how the project can deliver meaningful and measurable benefits for communities in Dundee.

The session involved supply chain partners from Martec, Spatial Structures, Kelly Contractors, Balfour Beatty Kilpatrick, Linn-Tech and Doe Sport North – all who will be delivering vital works on the project, to come together to collectively plan high quality social value throughout the duration of the project.

In addition, inputs were provided by local partner organisations including Remploy, Job Centre Plus, Shared Apprentice Scheme and The Yard with the objective to connect members of our supply chain to local partners that can assist delivery on our employment and skills KPI’s.

“I definitely learned lots today and Martec will assist you wherever we can to help achieve the KPI’s” – Karen Conachan, Sales Director for Martec Engineering Group.

“It was a pleasure delivering the presentation to such a lovely group of people who all seemed very interested in who we are and what we do” – Gill Thomson, Play Team Leader Dundee, The Yard.

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