Ceme

Coordinates: 51°31′06″N 0°10′16″E / 51.518280°N 0.171118°E / 51.518280; 0.171118

Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence
Abbreviation CEME
Type Nonprofit
Purpose/focus Education and skills
Headquarters Marsh Way, Beam Reach
Location Havering, London
Region served Thames Gateway
Website

The Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Excellence (CEME) is a not-for-profit education and skills organisation at Rainham, London in the London Borough of Havering.

The centre was developed as part of the Beam Reach area of the Thames Gateway regeneration, in a partnership between the London Development Agency and the Ford Motor Company.

Havering College of Further and Higher Education and Barking and Dagenham College run courses at the site under the name Thames Gateway College.[1] CEME will provide green technology retrofitting courses as part of the framework for the Green Enterprise District project.

The CEME site includes conference meeting facilities for up to 300 people. The development site also accommodates 45 start-up companies.[2]

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