'Meet the Buyer' event for Hub South East Scotland Ltd

 Kelso High School


Date: Thursday 17th July

Time: 3pm-7pm (this is a 'drop in' event, no appointment required)

Cost: Free

Venue: Kelso High School, Bowmont Street, Kelso, TD5 7EG 

Do you or your organisation want to take full advantage of the potential opportunities being offered by working with Morrison Construction on this exciting new building project?

There are potential opportunities for individuals to find employment, young people to find training opportunities and for companies to be involved either as subcontractors or suppliers during the main construction works.  This could be working directly with the main contractor delivering a Work Package, working for one of the Work Package contractors or supplying goods and services.

What is happening?


The event will be hosted by Hub South East Scotland and Morrison Construction.

The Hub/Morrison Construction team will:

  •  - tell you about the work package contents for the new Kelso High School
  •  - explain the procurement policy and how it can help gain you business
  •  - provide tips and information on how you could work for Work Package contractors
  •  - offer practical advice on how your skill and knowledge could gain you work
  •  - take details of individuals for inclusion on a data base for passing on to relevant subcontractors if they are looking for candidates in the future
  •  - provide advice to young persons regarding any training opportunities that may be available


For further information on Kelso High School please contact Graeme Reid on 01324 496000 or email

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