Alliance Members form part of a strong professional workforce whose businesses affect the air we breathe, increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions across every part of the built environment. Engineering services already drive national energy resilience, strong, sustainable economic growth and the demand for more jobs.
Actuate UK recognises the need for industry to work with regional and local delivery bodies. It says, the professional skills needed by engineering services firms can be overlooked when it comes to delivering net zero. Yet, we are the interface between consumers, designers, construction and operators. Engaging with the LSIPs means we can highlight the need for many more skilled engineering services personnel to optimise, install and maintain new technologies.
A newly published Briefing Guide published by Actuate UK features resources and expertise from its members. It is designed to support engagement with the local and regional bodies (LSIPs) across England who will develop these plans later this Spring.
As the Briefing Guide highlights:
“Being mostly SMEs, engineering services businesses can be challenging for others to engage with directly, especially if there is a desire for sustained dialogue over an extended period.
Engineering services trade organisations offer a gateway to engaging with their member firms based locally.”
The Engineering Services Briefing Guide for LSIPs is available on the Actuate UK Website.