Fellows or members of the CIOB who are working on sustainability projects could be eligible for the Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) registration.
The CIOB is one of 24 professional bodies that is licensed to award the registration.
For CIOB members, the CEnv qualification establishes a commitment to, and expertise in, sustainable development, as it applies to construction.
There are five criteria potential Chartered Environmentalists must meet to be eligible, which include education to masters degree level or equivalent level of knowledge, and at least four years’ experience.
The CEnv status also provides the opportunity to network with more than 7,000 professionals who have gained the qualification from the Society for the Environment, at research conferences, social events and prize-giving ceremonies.
Meanwhile, nominations are open for the Environmental Professional of the Year 2018 Award.
The accolade, organised by the Society for the Environment, can be won by a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) or Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech) from any sector or discipline. Nominations can be made via the Society’s website: socenv.org.uk/SocEnvAwards18