Ever so often I come across a company or an idea that surprises me. Recently I met Paul Heming, who introduced me to his company C-Link, and I felt it was worth sharing what they do and offer to my readers, clients and friends alike.
Here is an introduction to C-Link by Paul himself.
Construction is a highly technical and widespread industry, with multiple trades and areas of expertise, making it near impossible for any individual to understand all the different specialties and skills.
Despite this, as Professionals, whether you’re a Developer or Main Contractor, you often spend thousands of pounds procuring subcontract packages each year. They’ll be some days when you’ll have wished you better understood certain technical details to inform your decision-making…
I mean, wouldn’t it be nice if you could better understand the technical details to appreciate if there were Value Engineering opportunities or alternative solutions available on a certain package of works…?
Our mission at C-Link is to help everyone in Construction make more profit through increased knowledge and collaboration - that’s the reason we exist. C-Link is a construction software company built on the know-how of Quantity Surveyors and aims to help Developers reduce build costs and draw out every bit of profit possible from their projects.
As part of this, we thought there must be a way of sharing some of the subcontracting knowledge in the industry to help everyone enjoy more profitable projects. We’ve built a suite of tools to manage your projects at www.c-link.com and have also created detailed resources to share expert knowledge with the community every month.
To assist with Procurement, we created this Value Engineering Ebook that focuses on the numerous technical solutions that can be used in the complex field of Mechanical and Engineering to improve profitability.
We worked closely with the very best Subcontractors in the field to unearth intelligent, technical and practical solutions to improve project profitability while retaining performance of the building.
- Download the Ebook by clicking here - (Link redirects to C-Link)