Our partners

The London Construction Academy partners with leading industry organisations to provide training and support for best practice within the construction sector.

The Worshipful Company of Paviors

The Worshipful Company of Paviors is a modern, dynamic livery company. The Paviors Company Livery Trust for Charities (Charity number 1102885) funds the London Construction Academy. The Paviors are directly connected with the highways and construction industries and the membership includes:

  • Civil, structural, Highways and electrical engineers;
  • Building, quantity, land and structural surveyors;
  • Architects, consultants and transport planners;
  • Civil engineering, highways and building contractors;
  • Aggregate, bitumen and cement suppliers, machinery manufacturers and other professions and associated industries

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FM Conway

FM Conway is a leading infrastructure services company delivering vital services in transportation, the built environment and open spaces for communities and businesses.

It inspects, designs, builds, enhances and maintains essential infrastructure services for the community.

With more than 50 years’ experience, it prides itself on being an industry leader and innovator, especially in recycling and reuse.  It has its own recycling facility at Dartford and Asphalt Plant in Erith with a Thames side wharf and our own research and development laboratory.  We produce asphalt with a high recycled content and low carbon footprint.

It is a member of the British Safety Council, the Civil Engineering Contractors’ Association, the British Association of Landscape Industries and the Quarry Products Association, as well as being BSI registered for environmental and quality management.

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Southwark Construction Skills

The Southwark Construction Skill Centre’s is based in Elephant & Castle regeneration project at Elephant park. The centre has four purpose built classrooms, workshop, 1000sft training yard and a CSCS test centre.


The primary aim is to build the SCSC as a brand with a focus on increasing employment, apprenticeships and training opportunities in the construction sector for local people.  The four strategic aims of the centre are:


  • Bridge the skills gaps
  • Local community engagement
  • Inspire young people
  • Upskill the existing workforce.


We have an ambition to establish the SCSC as a world class training facility tailored to deliver an innovative ‘real life’ construction experience with a focus on those who live and work in Southwark, as well as the wider tri-borough area and beyond.


The centres offers apprenticeships, pre-employability, NVQ’s, CSCS and short courses.   Since September 2016 the centre has trained over 1000 local residents.


Tarmac, a CRH company, is the UK’s leading sustainable building materials and construction solutions business. Our innovative service solutions help to deliver the infrastructure needed to grow the economy today and create a more sustainable built environment to support future prosperity.

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CVU is a Joint Venture between Colas, VolkerHighways and AECOM that has forged together the complementary strengths of three companies. CVU is renowned for excellence in highways operation, highways maintenance and highways improvement around the world and the UK.

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Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT)

The Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) is a charity, learned society and membership body with 12 UK regions and a number of international groups.

CIHT members come from a wide range of professional backgrounds related to planning, designing, building, maintaining and operating transport networks.  The Institution provides authoritative, independent, advice to government and transport stakeholders and ensures that its members have access to current skills, examples of good practice and qualifications to support their professional development.

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