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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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Trade unions, built environment bodies and energy companies have combined to criticise Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's plans to change some of the UK Government's key green policies, including proposals to water down housing energy efficiency standards and a weakening of targets to phase out gas b

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The stars behind Scotland’s built environment took centre stage at a glittering ceremony in Glasgow last week. Construction industry leaders from around the country came together at the annual Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) Scotland Awards.

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The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) is once again looking for the next generation of construction industry leaders from around the world to take its coveted competition by storm for the 10th year running. First launched in 2014, the Global Student Challenge contest sees teams of students stud

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The barriers faced by ex-offenders looking to kick-start their lives with a career in construction are at the centre of a Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) survey. CIOB is appealing to built environment professionals to take part in its latest research study, promoting the possibility of reduci

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CIOB’s regional manager for the Scotland region, Lynne McKay, details the organisation's work to engage with children and young people across their entire academic career. As the new academic year looms, we at the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) are continuing our pledge to inspire

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The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has appointed Tilbury Douglas CEO, Paul Gandy FCIOB, as its latest vice president. In 2025, Paul will become the 122nd president of CIOB. His presidency will follow on from that of Mike Kagioglou FCIOB, who will succeed the current president, Sandi Rhys Jon

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In May, CIOB launched a new membership offering for people in technical roles. Mandy Mills is the organisation’s head of quality and assurance and led the development and rollout. Here she explains how the new tech members are helping grow professionalism across the built environment sector. E

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