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Meet the Buyer Event - Coleg Cambria

20-Nov-2014

Meet the Buyer Event - Coleg Cambria Meet the Buyer Event - 4th December 2014 from 2pm to 7.30pm at the Conference Centre, Coleg Cambria, Deeside, CH5 4BR.

Leading construction companies Wynne Construction and Galliford Try are looking to connect with local businesses to assist in the construction of two projects in Flintshire as part of the Welsh Government's £200m Schools and Public Buildings Contractor Framework for North Wales.

The Framework is a joint project funded by the Welsh Government's Department for Education and Skills, led by Denbighshire County Council on behalf of the six North Wales local authorities.

As part of their commitment to the region, the two companies are working collaboratively to boost local economies across the region and are inviting local sub-contractors to register their interest in becoming part of their supply chain in conjunction with Flintshire County Council, at a Meet the Buyer event on Thursday 4 December, 2pm-7:30pm in the Conference Centre, Coleg Cambria at the Deeside campus.

Councillor Chris Bithell, Flintshire County Council's Cabinet member for Education said: "The two companies will be building two flagship learning projects in the county - Galliford Try are the contractors for the new Holywell Learning Campus and Wynne Construction are building the Post 16 Hub at Coleg Cambria. We hope local businesses will now take the opportunity to get involved and attend this event"

These schemes form part of Flintshire's planned investment in their schools under Welsh Government's 21st Century Schools and Education Programme. This is a £1.4 billion investment programme that will invest in over 150 schools and colleges across Wales over the next five years.

Galliford Try North Managing Director Bob Merriman said: "Galliford Try is always looking to be a productive partner with our supply chain, creating achievable and sustainable value through our 'Recycle the local pound' initiative. Projects like the Schools and Public Buildings Contractor Framework allow us to work with and support local businesses, which we believe is extremely important to maintain a healthy and robust construction industry."

Chris Wynne, Managing Director, Wynne Construction: "As a reputable contractor in North Wales, we are totally committed to supporting the local businesses through the investment of the Contractor Framework and are keen to engage with local companies in readiness for the start of forthcoming projects, including this first project for the new Post 16 Hub at Coleg Cambria, Deeside. The event will provide opportunities for a discussion with our commercial team which should help local companies understand what we are looking for and we encourage new and existing suppliers to attend."

Local businesses are invited to attend from 2pm to 7.30pm to meet staff from Galliford Try and Wynne Construction to discuss future opportunities and the procurement processes.

For those interested in attending and would like more information please contact Kay Sadler, e-mail: kay_sadler@flintshire.gov.uk.

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Mae cwmnÏau adeiladu blaenllaw Galliford Try a Wynne Construction am gysylltu  busnesau lleol i'w cynorthwyo i adeiladu dau brosiect yn Sir y Fflint fel rhan o Fframwaith Contractwyr Ysgolion ac Adeiladau Cyhoeddus Gogledd Cymru Llywodraeth Cymru sy'n werth £200m.

Mae'r Fframwaith yn brosiect ar y cyd a ariennir gan Adran Addysg a Sgiliau Llywodraeth Cymru, ac a arweinir gan Gyngor Sir Ddinbych ar ran y chwech awdurdod lleol yng ngogledd Cymru.

Fel rhan o'u hymrwymiad i'r rhanbarth, mae Galliford Try a Wynne Construction yn gweithio ar y cyd i roi hwb i economÏau lleol ar draws y rhanbarth ac yn gwahodd is-gontractwyr lleol i gofrestru eu diddordeb mewn bod yn rhan o'u cadwyn gyflenwi ar y cyd  Chyngor Sir y Fflint, mewn digwyddiad Cwrdd Â'r Prynwr ddydd Iau 4 Rhagfyr , 2pm - 7.30pm yn y Ganolfan Gynadleddau, Coleg Cambria yng nghampws Glannau Dyfrdwy.

Meddai'r Cynghorydd Chris Bithell, aelod o'r Cabinet dros Addysg yng Nghyngor Sir y Fflint: "Bydd y ddau gwmni'n adeiladu dau brosiect dysgu blaenllaw yn y sir - Galliford Try yw'r contractwr ar gyfer y Campws Dysgu newydd yn Nhreffynnon a Wynne Construction fydd yn adeiladu'r Canolbwynt Ôl-16 yng Ngholeg Cambria. Gobeithiwn y bydd busnesau lleol nawr yn achub ar y cyfle i gymryd rhan a mynychu'r digwyddiad hwn"

Mae'r cynlluniau hyn yn ffurfio rhan o fuddsoddiad Sir y Fflint yn ei hysgolion o dan Raglen Ysgolion ac Addysg yr 21ain Ganrif Llywodraeth Cymru. Mae hon yn rhaglen fuddsoddi gwerth £1.4 biliwn a fydd yn buddsoddi mewn mwy na 150 o ysgolion a cholegau ledled Cymru dros y pum mlynedd nesaf.

Meddai Rheolwr Gyfarwyddwr Galliford Try y gogledd, Bob Merriman: "Mae Galliford Try bob amser yn ceisio bod yn bartner cynhyrchiol gyda'n cadwyn gyflenwi, gan greu gwerth cyraeddadwy a chynaliadwy drwy ein menter 'Ailgylchu'r bunt leol'. Mae prosiectau fel y Fframwaith Contractwyr Ysgolion ac Adeiladau Cyhoeddus yn ein galluogi i weithio gyda busnesau lleol a'u cynorthwyo, a chredwn fod hynny'n eithriadol o bwysig er mwyn cynnal diwydiant adeiladu iach a chadarn."

Meddai Chris Wynne, Rheolwr Gyfarwyddwr Wynne Construction: "Fel contractwr uchel ei barch yng ngogledd Cymru, rydym yn gwbl ymroddedig i gefnogi busnesau lleol drwy fuddsoddi yn y Fframwaith Contractwyr ac rydym yn awyddus i ymgysylltu  chwmnÏau lleol i baratoi ar gyfer dechrau'r prosiectau sydd ar y gorwel, gan gynnwys y prosiect cyntaf hwn sef y Canolbwynt Ôl-16 yng Ngholeg Cambria, Glannau Dyfrdwy. Bydd y digwyddiad yn gyfle i gwmnÏau lleol drafod Â'n tÎm masnachol a dylai helpu i ddeall am beth yr ydym yn chwilio. Rydym yn annog cyflenwyr newydd a chyflenwyr presennol i fynychu."

Gwahoddir busnesau lleol i fynychu o 2pm tan 7.30pm i gyfarfod  staff o Galliford Try a Wynne Construction i drafod cyfleoedd y dyfodol a phrosesau caffael.

I'r rheiny sydd  diddordeb mewn mynychu ac a fyddai'n hoffi cael mwy o wybodaeth cysylltwch  Kay Sadler drwy e-bostio: kay_sadler@flintshire.gov.uk.

 

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