Kier, Wates, Seddon and Bouygues are among the prime contractors attending. Clients include Sanctuary Group, Solihull Community Housing, Wolverhampton Homes, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council and Aston University.
The event takes place on 15th April at Villa Park football stadium and has been organised by Constructionline, the procurement and supply chain management scheme.
Sanctuary Group is recruiting for contracts on its upcoming national framework, which includes lighting, air conditioning and responsive maintenance services for its sheltered, student and supported housing units. It maintenance contracts on offer total £20m, with others up to £100,000 a year individually.
Kier is also looking to build up its supply chain in the West Midlands. David Mawson, managing director of Kier Services’ housing maintenance business, said: “Kier is committed to working with local companies across all its contracts... We would urge any companies that believe they have something to offer to come along and talk to us.”
For more information or to register interest, go to www.constructionline.co.uk/events