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CIOB CEO Caroline Gumble brings this year's monthly Scottish Construction Now column to a close by looking back over the past 12 months. Readers of Scottish Construction Now will know how busy this year has been for CIOB. In this article, I want to reflect on a couple of our 2023 highlights, althoug

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The finalists of the Chartered Institute of Building’s (CIOB) coveted annual awards have been revealed. Eighty construction leaders and companies from across the UK have been selected for a chance to win a variety of awards, with categories including Rising Star, Team of the Year, and the deco

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Trend shifts in the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Academy’s course take-up are directly linked to external factors, data has revealed. Demand for building conservation learning soared between 2018 and 2021 given the rising prominence of conservation and retrofit, with attendee numbers

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The number of people who lost their lives as a result of a construction-related incident increased to 45 in 2022/2023 compared with 29 the previous year, according to new figures.

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The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has recently announced its appointment of 19 ‘client champions’ – an impressive line-up of experts from across the construction industry – to help deliver its client strategy. The appointed champions will work with Linda Stevens, CIO

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A new report from the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has been published which highlights the organisation’s own social value. The findings show for every £1 invested, CIOB delivers £4.06 of social value through initiatives including its Tomorrow’s Leaders and men

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Gavin Wyatt recently graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a BSc. Hons in Construction Management and is now an Assistant Project Manager for Thomas Johnstone Ltd. Earlier this month he won the CIOB Scotland Graduate of the Year Award and tells SCN what this recognition means to him. I c

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A Barratt Developments Scotland site manager has been named Site Manager of the Year at a prestigious event which shines a light on the very best talent in the industry. Iain MacLaren, site manager at the homebuilder’s Culloden West development near Inverness, beat off stiff competition to sco

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