Notice is hereby given that the one hundred and eighty-third Annual General Meeting and the thirty-third of The Chartered Institute of Building wil
At the inaugural Talk Construction held in November last year, there was a resounding call for change within the construction industry.
A group of Parliamentarians is urging construction chiefs to tackle the sector’s growing training and apprenticeship crisis.
Kirsten Quist a student and amateur photographer from Canada has scooped this year’s Art of Building Photographer of t
The new CIOB headquarters in Bracknell has achieved a Ska Gold sustainability rating.
The International Innovation and Research Awards run by the CIOB celebrate excellence in academic research and industry innovation.
The University of Hong Kong will host the finals of the Chartered Institute of Building’s Global Student Challenge on 24 – 25 July 2014.
The title Construction Manager has come of age, following a decision by the Privy Council to grant it chartered status.
An eerie view from Alcatraz, the use of child labour in India and a symbol of the Soviet Union’s past industrial rush are just some of the photogra
On 22 November 2013, the Chartered Institute of Building signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Chartered Institution of Civil Enginee