Results from the 2013 skills audit from the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) indicate that the construction industry is still suffering from skills shortages.
After two years in the making the Chartered Institute of Building has published the world’s first contract specifically aimed at the management of time in complex construction and engineering projects.
Today the Chartered Institute of Building launches its Project Time Management Certificate (PTMC), which is at the forefront of establishing the premier industry standard in planning, scheduling and project control.
For more than a decade the Chartered Institute of Building has been promoting the importance of new ideas and technology through its International Innovation and Research Awards.
Leadership may seem like it’s in short supply these days but not when it comes to UK construction. This is the message from the Chartered Institute of Building who today announce Tim Hare from Sir Robert McAlpine has won the coveted title of ‘Construction Manager of the Year 2012’.
CIOB invites the world to decide the outcome of its 2012 international photography contest winner
The Chartered Institute of Building welcomes the new European Building Expert (EurBE) designation launched by the Association of European Building Surveyors and Construction Experts (AEEBC).
Last year when the Chartered Institute of Building launched its Carbon Action 2050 campaign it also became one of the first professional bodies in the UK to sign up to the Global Reporting Initiative standard and is urging others to do the same.
The Chartered Institute of Building has today announced that its annual Art of Building international digital photography competition is now open for entry. The contest, which celebrates creativity in the construction industry, will also raise much-needed funds for a major project to build hurricane and earthquake resilient schools in Haiti, organised by development and disaster relief organisation, Article 25.
Careers advice in UK schools can be hit or miss and in some cases non-existent. The Chartered Institute of Building has been campaigning to improve the guidance young people receive and the access they have to a professional career.
The Chartered Institute of Building is calling for reviewers of its international complex projects contract following its launch in New York.
Hill International (NYSE:HIL) and The Chartered Institute of Building have announced a completely new series of Masterclass events for 2012 encompassing locations around the UK and the globe.
The Chartered Institute of Building has called for smarter regulation in response to the Government’s proposed changes to the Building Regulations.
A weekend of Open Door events inviting members of the public to visit working construction sites is being organised for the autumn by the UK Contractors Group (UKCG), the Industry Training Board and Sector Skills Council, CITB-ConstructionSkills, the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
The Chartered Institute of Building’s Facilities Management Group in conjunction with Partnership Sourcing Limited (PSL), is launching a seminar about the new British Standard (BS11000) Collaborative Business Relationship Management
In response to UK Governments ‘Part L – consequential improvements’ consultation the Chartered Institute of Building highlights the need to protect consumers from rogue tradesmen.
The Society for the Environment has renewed the Chartered Institute of Building’s license to award the Chartered Environmentalist qualification for a further five years.
For the second year in a row students from Glasgow Caledonian University have won the Chartered Institute of Building’s Student Challenge Final.
79% of construction professionals responding to a survey by the Chartered Institute of Building believe that up-to-date Continuing Professional Development can alleviate skills gaps in the industry.
The Chartered Institute of Building is today backing a campaign, launched by the UK Green Building Council and Aldersgate Group, to retain the BREEAM requirement in schools construction.
In response to the Governments ‘Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation’ consultation the Chartered Institute of Building questions the lack of incentives for consumers to get involved.
CITB-ConstructionSkills and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) are working together to help the construction industry prepare for – and win work from – the low carbon agenda. The collaboration comes as industry waits for greater clarity on the opportunities to be created by the launch of the Green Deal next year.
Project management and the construction industry have always been close acquaintances. Now they will both benefit from a stronger professional relationship between the Association for Project Management and the Chartered Institute of Building. The two professional bodies have signed a memorandum of understanding following an announcement by APM chairman Mike Nichols at the APM Project Management Awards.
In response to the Government’s consultation on the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF), the Chartered Institute of Building has called on the Government to provide greater clarity for Local Authorities to understand what ‘Green’ credentials they are being measured against.
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