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Live graduations return in London and Belfast

The Belfast ceremony will take place at Whitla Hall, Queen’s University (Image: Gary Quigg)

For the first time in two years, the CIOB is hosting graduation events.

London has seen events during October and the next ceremony will take place on 20 November in Belfast.

The graduation ceremony will be an opportunity for attendees and their guests to celebrate their tremendous achievement at gaining Chartered or Fellow Chartered membership status.

Chartered membership sets graduates apart as true professionals in their field; it enhances their careers, boosts the professionalism of their organisation and raises the standards of construction management around the world.

The event will take place at Whitla Hall at Queen’s University in Belfast. Graduates booked to date are from organisations including Woodvale Construction, McAleer & Rushe, McLaughlin & Harvey, Henry Brothers, Farrans Construction, Graham, Geda Construction, Department for Infrastructure, Robin Hill Construction, DJ Fealy Construction, Ardmac, Michael Slattery & Associates, Cord Planning & Design, Edward Building Developments, Precision Industrial Services, Global Port Services Scotland, RPS, Mythen Construction, James F McCue, Granite Exchange, Glasgow City Council, and Johnnie Johnson Housing Trust.

Caroline Gumble, chief executive of the CIOB, will be travelling from London to speak at the event.

Public health measures due to Covid-19 will be in place to ensure all attendees safely enjoy the occasion. Limited places are still available.

For further enquiries or to book a place, contact Julie Fitzsimmons, member services and events coordinator. Call +44 (0)1344 630729 or email [email protected].

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