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CIOB events – what’s on in January

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Creating Your High Performing Team in 2022

11 January 12-1pm

In this session Nick Bramley from Impactus will share his top 10 tips for driving performance excellence in your team. A great start to the year for those leading big or small teams and for those with or without previous leadership experience. See p51 for more details.


Circular Twin – A Contractor’s View

13 January 12-1.30pm

The Morgan Sindall Construction team has worked with leading businesses from different disciplines within the built environment on an industry-first digital twinning project that will challenge existing design, procurement and construction practices to deliver low-carbon buildings. See p54 for more information.


A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Employment Tribunal  

20 January 1-2pm

David Gibson, partner at Burnetts Solicitors, takes you through 10 key cases that have popped up in the Employment Tribunal in the last 12 months and highlights some lessons for employers.

This presentation includes what constitutes a fair dismissal, bonus entitlement, discrimination claims, whistleblowing and key health and safety advice in the workplace.


Site visit to Bank House

27 January 12-2pmNewcastle upon Tyne

Join the Newcastle Hub for this opportunity to visit the Bowmer & Kirkland site at Bank House.

Bowmer & Kirkland has been awarded the contract to construct a high-quality office scheme on this prominent city-centre Newcastle site by Taras Properties.

The redevelopment of the former Bank of England site at the junction of Pilgrim Street and Swan House roundabout will see construction of Bank House, a 14-storey, 120,000 sq ft, Grade A landmark office building, with complementary ground floor retail uses, which will form the catalyst for the wider East Pilgrim Street regeneration area development proposals.

 The scheme will also involve public realm improvements incorporating planting, new seating areas and realignment of the junction of Pilgrim Street with the roundabout.


Construction Law: More Case Studies

25 January 6-8pm

It is important to be up to date with the most recent changes in construction law, so you don’t fall foul. In this webinar, presented by Tony Clough, you will be taken through three recent construction law case studies. You will have the chance to see how these rulings are impacting the built environment. 


CDM: Getting Ahead of the Curve

26 January 12-1.30pm

Learn from the best with this Construction Design and Management Regulations (CDM 2015) session delivered by Nattasha Freeman, director for safety, health, environment and quality at Turner & Townsend.


Public Procurement Post Brexit

27 January 6-7pm

With major changes to public procurement on the horizon, this update from Clarkslegal and Strategic Proposals is more important than ever.

Everyone working in public procurement will be affected by the latest changes.

This webinar will cover the essential information you need to know in the following areas:

  • Future of public procurement after Brexit
  • By-passing the rules – urgent public procurement during the pandemic
  • All key legal developments on challenging procurement awards from the last year
  • How to bid for and win work in changing times
  • The impact of the pandemic on bidding teams.