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5th May 2021
The CIOB isn’t short of ambition. We want to enter new markets, inspire new audiences, and build on our rich heritage.
3rd May 2021
We take great pride that anyone wishing to pursue a professional career in construction can achieve that ambition with us. Being a ladder for opportunity is central to our role in the industry and the public for whom we serve.
23rd April 2021
This Stress Awareness Month, Mates in Mind are asking organisations within the construction and related sectors, to commit to installing long term change within their businesses.
22nd April 2021
With respect, I must agree with Jim Rohn. We all think that we need wider opportunities, at the same time, we fail to concentrate and embark ourselves to fit in a prospective career line. The CIOB 2030 Vision project was set up to help address this – by setting out a strategy, through in-depth...
14th April 2021
Wednesday 21 April saw the launch of a report that examines the state of play in Ireland’s construction workforce. We have partnered with TASC to produce 'Job quality in the Irish construction sector’ the first data-driven study of its kind to be published in Ireland.
13th April 2021
With the 2021 Welsh election fast approaching, to elect sixty members to the Senedd Cymru (Welsh Parliament), the CIOB Wales Hub have published a manifesto setting our vision for the built environment in Wales.
31st March 2021
After months of research and planning, we’re excited to open enrolment for a unique new management course for young construction professionals delivered via the CIOB Academy, called “Coach for Results”.
30th March 2021
Actions required to tackle climate change has highlighted the importance of retaining existing buildings as an option to the construction of new ones. This necessitates an ever-increasing need for the construction sector to be much better equipped in caring for, adapting, and retrofitting existing...
25th March 2021
The Environmental Audit Committee has published the findings of its latest inquiry into the energy efficiency of existing homes, concluding that improving energy efficiency provides a huge opportunity to develop supply chains, provide jobs across the UK and reach net zero by 2050. We take a look at...

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