CIOB presents Building Tomorrow, a programme with ITN Production
In a unique communications partnership, the Chartered Institute of Building and ITN Productions are producing a news and current affairs-style programme capturing the latest innovations and best practice in building and construction management.
Building Tomorrow will be an in-depth, online programme specifically aimed at those within the industry. The programme will drill down into the key issues facing the construction sector such as the role of technology, investment in developing skilled workers through apprenticeships and the wider impact construction has on society, the economy and our environment. The news-style piece will combine key industry interviews and news-style reports with sponsored editorial profiles of some of the leading organisations in the sector.
Building Tomorrow will be premiered at a specially scheduled event at the prestigious CIOB Conference in central London in November 2015. The programme will then form part of an extensive online communications campaign which includes CIOB members as well as journalists, writers and bloggers.
ITN Productions’ UK Director of Programming, Simon Shelley said: “ITN Productions are delighted to be partnering with the Chartered Institute of Building examining the major themes affecting the sector and interviewing the industry’s key players. We’re excited to embark on this project to engage with and inform professionals from the industry.”
CIOB Chief Executive Chris Blythe said, "Construction has a number of great stories to tell and I hope we can shine a light on some of the important things the industry does. We want to reveal what construction management is all about and the difference it makes. It is fundamentally about great people and if we can make a career in the industry a positive first choice then so much the better."
See what its all about on CIOB TV YouTube by clicking here.
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