At CIOB, we have a role in the management, leadership, education and development of the built environment. Below you can read our latest news to discover what we are doing right now for our members and the industry.
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The Chartered Institute of Building has responded to the Construction Industry Council's Carbon Zero climate action plan for professional institutions.
Chartered Builders and Chartered Construction Managers receive official recognition in Northern Ireland Public Procurement
The Permanent Secretary of the Department of Finance in Northern Ireland has written to the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) confirming that MCIOB will be recognised in public procurement going forward.
The Chartered Institute of Building has responded to the Construction Industry Training Board's construction output forecast.
The Chartered Institute of Building has published its Annual Review and Accounts for 2020. This saw the first year of the Institute’s current Corporate Plan, stretching from 2020-2023.
CIOB has responded to the Queen's Speech this morning.
At the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) we are committed to contributing to a diverse and inclusive construction sector, one which delivers the best opportunities and better outcomes for those that create the built environment.
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has introduced two new categories: ‘Client of the Year’ and ‘Team of the Year’.
All votes have now been verified and counted. 3,350 voters took part in the election, with no spoilt papers. (15.2% of the electorate).
Construction in Ireland could fall short of meeting demands even when it fully opens says new report
A new report entitled 'Job Quality in the Construction Sector' has been produced by TASC, the Think Tank for Action on Social Change, in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
CIOB has joined a coalition of built environment and climate action organisations in writing to the MHCLG urging the Government to be more ambitious with its Future Buildings Standard.
Prince Philip was involved in many charities, mainly those reflecting his special interests in technological research, conservation of the environment and engineering and construction. He was an Honorary Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building, an award presented to him in 1958.