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Notice is hereby given that the one hundred and eighty-ninth ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING and the thirty-ninth of the Chartered Institute of Building will be held at CIOB 1 Arlington Square Bracknell, UK on Wednesday 24 June 2020 at 1400hrs (BST).
The Chartered Institute of Building welcomes publication of the ‘Road to Recovery’ plan by the Construction Leadership Council (CLC).
The programme for this year’s Members’ Forum will look a little different, as it’s the first virtual version of the week-long event the CIOB has held.
92% of construction professionals around the world said they expect their business to survive the COVID-19 pandemic in a survey conducted by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and its Global Construction Review publication, gauging the financial, operational and personal impact of Covid-19 on the global industry.
Members of the Chartered Institute of Building’s (CIOB) South African hub has added its voice to calls for the South African government to speed up the re-opening of the building sector.
The Chartered Institute of Building and the Lighthouse Club are teaming up to offer a series of free, live webinars to the construction community.
26% of construction industry professionals thought about taking their own lives in 2019, and 97% recorded being stressed at least once in the last year, according to the CIOB's new report.
The construction industry remains upbeat despite record falls in activity and is ready to adjust to a ‘new normal’ as the economy comes out of lockdown, according to the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) is delighted to announce that it is supporting the Alzheimer’s Society’s ‘Dementia Friends’ initiative.
The CIOB Board of Trustees has agreed a June 2020 date for the Institute's AGM, which will be carried out via an online poll.
Bodies representing over 13,000 skilled and trainee construction and property professionals in Scotland today call on Scottish Government to implement a gradual re-opening of non-essential building sites, within the parameters of health and safety requirements, as soon as possible.
The CIOB welcomes the measures announced by the Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD, to mitigate the risks for Exchequer-funded capital projects during the COVID-19 crisis period.