How to Win Tenders Using Waste Management


  • Are you a construction industry SME?
  • Are you a supplier to the construction sector?
  • Do you wonder what to write when tenders ask for ‘added value’ or ‘sustainability’?
  • Do you think that to get high marks you need to give clients things for free or invest in complex environmental procedures?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, our FREE breakfast workshop will be an extremely useful session for you.  

Fife College, in association with Zero Waste Scotland’s Resource Efficiency Scotland Programme, would like to invite you to attend one of the following free breakfast workshops, offering advice on winning tenders in the construction industry.


Thursday 1 February 2018
Mercure Hotel, Inverness



Events will run as follows:

08.15 -  Registration and breakfast

08.30 -  Presentations and Q+A

10.00 - 1-2-1 clinics and Networking


Contact us to find out more
0344 248 0128


Speaker Information
We are delighted to have secured Anne Farr (Managing Director, Rothera Group) as a speaker for the event. Anne's pragmatic approach to tendering has helped Scottish companies win many millions of pounds of work.  At this workshop she will share industry best practice with you and give you an insight into tender evaluators’ requirements. 

Anne will describe how to use waste management to gain competitive advantage in your tenders and will also give you her top tips for winning construction tenders, frameworks and subcontract packages.
Presenting alongside Anne will be Dr Richard Irvine, who will introduce participants to the Zero Waste Scotland – Resource Efficient Scotland Programme, a free advice, guidance and financial support service for Construction Industry SME’s in Scotland.

Richard will highlight the cost and business development benefits that can be achieved through engaging with the Programme. For interested parties, there will be the opportunity to sign up for free support and consultancy from a Programme advisor to help you apply resource efficiency principles within your organisation.