Throughout the year, the CIOB takes part in or hosts a number of industry events across the UK.
Construction Manager of the Year
The Construction Manager of the Year Awards are the construction industry's most celebrated awards evening taking place in October every year.
It is the only industry awards that celebrate individual management achievement, they are not for projects, processes, products or design. They are for people. The atmosphere on the night is unlike any of the usual run of the mill industry awards evenings. Winning a medal and particularly being named as overall Construction Manager of the Year is a major achievement.
Judging by the CIOB is exacting and is why these awards are worked for and prized above all others.
This gala evening includes excellent food and great entertainment; so why not celebrate and join the company of the industry's best representatives.
Click here, to visit the CMYA website for all information regarding this prestigious event, including booking forms.
Scholarships and Student Events
Every year, the CIOB hosts its Student Challenge event, with teams from across the country competing in regional heats to secure a place in the final held at the CIOB's headquarters in Ascot.
Students are also invited to enter the annual Innovation and Research awards, while many are also eligible for one of a range of CIOB scholarships.
Sir Ian Dixon Scholarship
The Sir Ian Dixon Scholarship was established in 1998 in conjunction with the Worshipful Company of Constructors and named in honour of the late Sir Ian Dixon. The scholarship supports research in the general field of construction management and offers an annual scholarship award of £2,000.
Tony Gage Scholarship
The CIOB's Tony Gage Scholarship is a prestigious award worth up to £10,000 that is awarded to a candidate selected as the best future leader in construction.
The Faculty of Architecture and Surveying Scholarship
The Faculty of Architecture and Surveying Scholarship is being piloted this year in conjunction with the Faculty of Architecture and Surveying and the Worshipful Company of Constructors. The scholarship supports research in the field of architecture and surveying and offers an annual scholarship award of £2,000.