Following the latest Government guidance around maintaining social distancing, the CIRIA & Buildoffsite teams are continuing to work from home for the time being. We continue to monitor the situation closely and will keep you informed of any change in our approach.

Through our virtual presence, our focus on delivering tangible benefits to all our Members and contacts remains. Our teams are working hard in developing a varied webinar programme to appeal to a wide audience, reviewing alternative delivery formats for our existing training programme, developing good practice guidance as well as providing the usual level of support that you - our Members and the wider industry have come to expect. 

Whilst we are working from home, you can email any member of our team directly.  If your query is general or you do not have the individual team member’s contact details then please email and our Customer Service team will pass your query to the relevant team member.  We will aim to keep you up to date with news and changes via the website, email and social media.  

Wishing you, your families and colleagues all the very best.

CIRIA is a neutral, independent, not-for-profit organisation. We facilitate a range of collaborative activities that help improve the construction industry.


The business case for developing wellbeing at site level is clear and includes benefits such as better performing staff, fewer sick days taken and a lower staff turnover.  This guide focuses on the on the mind, culture, body and physical environment to identify how to improve performance in them. Find out more...
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 Environmental good practice in facilities management (C797)
 This user-friendly guide providing practical advice about managing buildings and sites to minimise negative environmental impacts and achieve  positive outcomes.  The guide aims to be applicable to activities within the sphere of influence of the FM function of a building or a site. .
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Piling good practice guidance 

Following on from the successful piling guides published in the 1970s-1980s there has been huge advancement in design standards, legislation, codes of practice, techniques, materials and equipment used. The new guidance  will enable better project outcomes for managing geotechnical risk and enable the training of site personnel, designers, construction managers and ground engineering specialists.
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