The world of construction is always changing. Our blogs uncover the latest developments in the industry and provide insight into the work CIOB and our members are doing for the built environment.
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In June 2017, the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) responded to a number of high-profile failures of quality in the construction industry by establishing a Commission of Past Presidents to investigate the issue of quality and what needed to be done to improve it.
With the Building Safety bill passing through parliament, the CIOB education department is busier than ever working on qualifications, standards and competencies.
The construction sector employs both skilled and unskilled workers, and migrants working on site and on short-term contarcts can be a target for modern slavery.
A few months ago, we introduced you to the Inspiring Tomorrow’s Leaders project and looked at what had sparked this transition.
Deep dive into Richard Bacon MP's 'Independent review into scaling up self-build and custom housebuilding: report'.
Following Members' Forum last month, I wanted to share the latest update on our governance review project.
As individuals and as organisations, we have all faced a lot of adversity over these past months.
What can we do to inspire the next generation? How do we attract and retain these individuals? These are questions asked of us by our members on a regular basis and which have been a key focus of our Inspiring Tomorrow’s Leaders Project.
Why, and how, Governments and Construction Industries around the world should embrace construction Accords.