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CIC publishes inclusive design learning guide

The Construction Industry Council (CIC) has published a new guide ‘Bringing Inclusive Design into Built Environment Education’ which illustrates the key issues in terms of improving knowledge, skills and understanding in the creation of an accessible and inclusive built environment. In ...

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CIC appoints SPIE to lead its green agenda

George Adams, UK engineering director of SPIE, has been appointed chair of the CIC (Construction Industry Council) Green Construction Panel, a position which will see him actively involved in the London Climate Change Partnership, holding workshops and advising building owners ...

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BIM2050 Group opens its doors for next generation recruits

The Construction Industry Council (CIC) has opened the application process to find the next generation of recruits for its BIM2050 Group and invites young professionals from across the industry to apply. The BIM2050 Group was established by CIC in September ...

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Construction Industry Group publishes report on its digital future

The BIM2050 group has published its Built Environment 2050: A Report on our Digital Future. A compilation of essays authored by BIM2050 work stream leads, the report is the result of the group’s research into what an interdisciplinary scope of work ...

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CIC invites sector to participate in an online consultation

The Construction Industry Council (CIC) has invited the construction sector to take part in an online consultation of its review of the Construction Senior Management National Occupational Standards. The review has focussed on integrating new industry practices relating to sustainability, ...

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New chairman appointments at CIC

Tony Burton has been appointed as the new chairman of the Construction Industry Council (CIC) for a two year term of office, starting with immediate effect. Burton succeeds Jack Pringle, moving up from his role as the CIC’s deputy chairman, ...

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