• 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.
  • Volunteers wanted

    Are you passionate about the construction industry? Are you keen to shape the future of the built environment?
  • Presidents inauguration

    CABE welcomes new President Richard Smith in a special event at the House of Lords in front of family and colleagues.
  • Welcome

    My year as President comes at a challenging yet exciting time, as the Association has a number of key objectives and ambitions.
  • Celebrating excellence

    As part of a continuing overhaul of CABE events, the Built Environment Awards 2024 will feature as a stand-alone celebration for the first time – with new categories to celebrate achievement across the sector.
  • Readership Survey 2023

    The Building Engineer journal is published for CABE members and construction professionals. The editorial team works hard to ensure that the content includes technical articles, news items and in-depth thought pieces relevant to those throughout the industry.
  • CABE Malaysia Embedding Sustainability Conference

    On 28 April 2023, the CABE Malaysia Chapter hosted its annual international conference in Kuala Lumpur with the theme Embedding Sustainability. The event was jointly organised by the Lighthouse Club Kuala Lumpur, a charity that provides emotional, physical and financial wellbeing support to construction workers and their families.
  • Opportunity to visit Energy House 2.0

    CABE’s new Built Environment Conference Series debuts with Built Environment England on 20 June 2023 at the University of Salford. Here delegates, in addition to the technical conference, will be able to tour the renowned Energy House 2.0 laboratories.
  • Built Environment Wales

    It’s not too late to book your place at Built Environment Wales. Being held on 22 June 2023 at Cardiff Metropolitan University, the conference will showcase national and regional expertise.
  • Green financing

    The value of ecosystems has fallen outside our current economic framework – but Nick Heasman, South Downs National Park Authority’s Countryside and Policy Manager, has a plan to change that
  • Partnership announced for this year's conference

    CIBSE’s Build2Perform Live and CABE’s new Built Environment LIVE will take place together at London’s ExCeL in December 2023. It will feature free-to-attend discussions and presentations on key issues impacting building services and the wider performance of the built environment.
  • Deputy Chief Inspector of Buildings to deliver keynote

    CABE is pleased to announce that the recently appointed Building Safety Regulator’s (BSR) Deputy Chief Inspector of Buildings, Chris Griffin-McTiernan, will give the opening keynote address at the upcoming debut Built Environment England conference.
  • Joseph Birt reflects on his tenure

    As I sit down to write this, my last welcome message as President, I am so grateful to have had this opportunity and to have met with so many members at various events.