• Built Environment Live

    Registration for Built Environment LIVE is open

    New for 2023 as part of the CABE Built Environment Series, Built Environment LIVE, sponsored by Adexon, is coming to London’s ExCeL on 5-6 December. Co-locating with CIBSE’s Build2Perform, CABE is delighted to be collaborating to create Building Performance Week.
  • Welcome

    The industry continues to experience unprecedented changes in safety and this issue covers some of the considerations.
  • Opportunity blocked

    From gender stereotypes and inequalities in study and STEM subjects to pay gaps and a lack of promotion, it seems that we’re failing nearly 50% of the population
  • Member focus

    Steve Coppin C.Build E FCABE FCIOB CFIOSH FIIRSM FMaPS CWIFM MInstRE PIEMA EurOHSM Strategic Technical Advisor at SJC Risk Management Solutions Ltd.
  • Why ethics are key

    John Cranna discusses the crossover of his roles as a structural engineer and an expert witness – and why ethics are key
  • CABE raises the bar on BSR

    CABE’s Building Inspector Competence Assessment Scheme has been approved as an independent provider by the Building Safety Regulator (BSR) and enables professionals to apply to the BSR’s Register of Building Inspectors..
  • Building trust

    The establishment of the Building Safety Act (2022) brings the introduction of clear accountability and statutory responsibilities for accountable persons.
  • A year of unprecedented change

    September marks the start of the Association’s year, both in terms of financial management and for the many starting their membership, writes CABE Chief Executive Gavin Dunn.
  • Malaysia Conference: Embedding sustainability

    Embedding sustainability in the construction industry – with all the challenges and opportunities this brings for building engineers – was centre stage at this year’s international conference in Kuala Lumpur.
  • New ways of thinking

    Elecosoft’s David Simpson and Mark Chapman discuss how different ways of thinking, planning and doing can streamline operations.
  • Engineers in demand, report finds

    A report by Lightcast, commissioned by EngineeringUK, has found that demand for engineers is predicted to grow faster than for other occupations, and that vacancies for green engineering roles in the UK have increased by 55% over the past five years.
  • PM's Atlantic declaration

    During his two-day visit to Washington DC in June, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak referenced a new UK-USA Mutual Recognition Agreement for engineering.
  • The regulatory changes impacting the profession

    Following my inauguration, it is back to business as usual both at NHBC and CABE, and it is still fair to say that, as an industry, there are several challenges at this unprecedented time of regulatory change.