• New President of BCIA

    The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has announced Terry Sharp as its new President.
  • In memory of

    The University of Northampton, in association with LECS (UK), has created the Alex MacDonald Award for Lift Engineering in memory of Alex MacDonald who died in February.
  • 5 minutes with… Ben Venktash

    Ben Venktash, C.Build E FCABE, is a consultant Building Services Engineer and a member of CABE’s US chapter.
  • Congratulations

    The unusual inauguration of CABE President Jayne Hall
  • Wise counsel

    Mediation can prove a low-cost end to construction and engineering disputes. Niall Lawless, Chartered Arbitrator & Engineer, Adjudicator, Mediator and Chair of the CIC ADR Management Board, discusses.
  • Industry movers and shakers

    A bright future for Sarah Sivyer.
  • 5 minutes with... Robert Gary

    Robert Gary FCABE, Senior Building Control Surveyor at East Devon District Council and CABE South West Regional Chair.
  • As easy as PI

    Gerald Kelly, General Manager for the Confederation of Construction Specialists, asks why Professional Indemnity Insurance isn’t working for the UK construction industry.
  • Positive discrimination

    Janice Warman makes a business case for diversity, but are there still too many barriers for the industry to realise its potential?
  • 5 minutes with... Kyran Sze

    Kyran Sze, FCABE, Chair of Kyss Properties, is the Hong Kong Chair for the newly opened Hong Kong office.
  • Different by design

    Neuroscientist Katie Hart says that if we want to bring diversity to the industry, we have to look at how we communicate.
  • University challenge

    John Barfoot, Learning, Education & Academic Director at CABE, is finding ways to make graduate recruitment easier.
  • Blazing a trail

    One of the biggest challenges to our industry is increasing the attractiveness of the industry as a career choice says Aled Williams, Director of Research, Innovation and Partnerships at UCEM.
  • Succession planning

    Upskilling, reskilling and retraining – three examples of thinking around the skills gap in the UK construction industry.

  • Skills shortage

    Boss Training and the CIC note that there are ways to minimise disruption to business in the post-Brexit exodus, including upskilling workers and utilising apprenticeships.
  • Join the dots

    Diversity, skills shortages and social value – Building People’s Rebecca Lovelace makes the case for change.
  • Great expectations

    How can educational institutions encourage greater diversity in the industry? By teaching STEM subjects without prejudice and by exploring their potential for fun.
  • Going global

    The opening of the new CABE Hong Kong office is accompanied by a new Chapter Chair and General Manager.
  • Professional excellence at the fore

    Professional excellence, quality and industry reform across the construction sector were among the topics debated at the CABE Malaysia Annual Conference.
  • Engineering Council

    CABE has now been approved as a Professional Engineering Institution by the Engineering Council. Discover the routes that CABE members can take to register for the additional engineering recognition it offers.