It is with great pleasure to be celebrating Dayle’s achievement in winning this years Norfolk Constructing Excellence Award for Achiever of the Year, sponsored by Build Insight. Nominated by Christina Sadler of Network Christina, in recognition for her pro-bono and skills work across Norfolk and Suffolk. Norfolk Constructing Excellence Club is committed to improving the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Dayle Bayliss Wins Norfolk Constructing Excellence Achiever of the Year
We are pleased to announce that our project @TheRec won the Regeneration Award at the East of England RICS Awards. Up against 5 other shortlisted projects the regeneration category honours exceptional improvements to urban, rural or coastal areas. The judges were looking for evidence to show that the scheme has conserved or improved the built or […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on @TheRec Wins Regeneration Award at East of England RICS Awards 2015
Dayle Bayliss Associates has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award. Dayle Bayliss, who runs Dayle Bayliss Associates, will discover if the project has won the Community Benefit or the Regeneration category of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors East of England awards 2015 in May. Their entry dazzled judges as an example of community […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on @TheRec Shortlisted for RICS East of England Community Benefit and Regeneration Award
An award-winning Suffolk construction consultant is championing a global drive to encourage more women into the sector. Dayle Bayliss says that the industry’s current focus on recruitment, to address a growing skills gap in construction trades, is also the perfect opportunity to tackle the gender imbalance issue. Women currently represent only 11% of the overall […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Surveyor backs RIBA president’s drive to encourage more women into construction jobs
Instead of just sitting contemplating the skills shortage, let’s do something about it! It is well known that in our sector, training budgets were slashed during the recession. We also lost an approximate 400,000 people from the industry, who took their skills and their experience elsewhere. 500,000 construction sector workers are due to hit retirement […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Construction Skills Shortage – Lets Do Something About It!