There are an estimated 45 million enslaved people globally with modern slavery reported in 167 countries.
Buildings are not just bricks and glass, but the heart and soul of our everyday lives.
Our campaign to connect the industry with those who have a military background and are looking for an exciting new career.
It has become clear that changes are needed in how construction quality is managed. As the professional body responsible for construction management, the CIOB has a duty to respond to this issue and provide solutions.
International Construction Management Day puts a lens on all things construction management. It is a day for celebrating the value of construction management and takes place on the second Monday in March each year.
This series explores the rewarding careers the profession has to offer and shows that it’s not just hard hats and blueprints. There’s a vast array of opportunities available to women and men who want to make a difference to the world around them.
UK construction has suffered skills shortages for a number of years. Currently the industry will need to find 157,000 new recruits by 2021 to keep up with demand.
Inspire a new generation – in just one hour you can share your construction career story with students near you. Think Construction is a resource pack for CIOB members working to encourage young people (14-19) to consider the construction sector as a first-choice, career destination.
A total of 20 organisations have partnered with the CIOB to produce the landmark programme, including Willmott Dixon Energy Services; Autodesk, and the British Ceramic Tile Association.
The construction industry has to respond with quality and ethical standards, encourage skills through training and apprenticeships and embrace new innovations.