• 5 minutes with... Zoe Cox FCABE

    Zoe Cox, FCABE FHEA Grad IOSH MSc PGCE BSc BA, Head of Training and Development Quadrant Building Control and newly-elected CABE Vice President
  • Caerphilly Council to put empty homes to use

    Caerphilly County Borough Council has endorsed proposals to take part in the Welsh government’s National Empty Home Grant scheme, which will see £2.54m available to return privately owned empty homes back into use.
  • Join the #IamCEnv Campaign

    The #IAmCEnv campaign is a social media campaign to raise to raise awareness of the Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration. SocEnv wants to give registrants a way to highlight their amazing work, helping to inspire other professionals to seek out the CEnv registration.
  • Funding for inspectors announced

    The government has announced more than £42m in funding over the next three years to support the recruitment and training of Building Control Inspectors and Fire Inspectors working with the Building Safety Regulator.
  • Disordered global building standards

    Dr Mark Key, author of Building Regulations, Codes and Standards: A guide for safe, sustainable and healthy development, explains why and how global building standards need to find common ground
  • Obituary: Michael Mann Hon FCABE

    It saddens me to pass on the news that Michael Mann, CABE’s former Engineering Council Liaison Officer and last year’s recipient of the Peter Stone Award, has recently passed away.
  • CABE redefines conference season

    Due to the continuous shift in the industry and emerging demands following the Covid-19 pandemic, the requirements for face-to-face events have changed. There is now a need to modernise and adapt our events to meet the needs of both industry and our members.
  • LABC Excellence Awards

    Wates Group’s Projects Manager Glyn Williams has won Site Manager of the Year at the annual Local Authority Building Control (LABC) Excellence Awards.
  • Call for young talent in construction

    While Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures show 49,000 unfilled positions in construction, a survey of 2,000 18-29-year-olds in the UK by construction data platform NBS revealed that 56% consider construction an attractive career. So why are more not choosing it as a profession?
  • BCIA

    The Building Controls Industry Association (BCIA) has new Management Committee members: Jen Vickers (pictured), Ron Purcell and Jason Harper.
  • CIC Diversity and Inclusion

    The Construction Industry Council (CIC) has welcomed Bola Abisogun OBE as Chair and Rebecca Lovelace as Deputy Chair of its Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
  • CABE welcomes new faces

    CABE is delighted to welcome Carlos Melgar OCDEA NDEA DSM PAS2035 as the new Professional Development Director.
  • CABE is Instagram ready

    CABE is expanding its media presence and is pleased to announce the launch of an official Instagram account for the Chartered Association of Building Engineers.