Our members come from all construction stakeholder groups and cover both the supply and demand side of the industry, as well as the public sector, regulators and academia. Find out more about our members. If your organisation is a CIRIA member and you would like to feature some news about your organisation, a specific project, or offer a thought piece, then please get in touch by sending us an email at: enquiries@ciria.org

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The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management
University College London 

Transforming Construction Network Plus
A new national community to unite and transform the UK construction industry
The Transforming Construction Challenge aims to bring significant new thinking to the science and practice of how our buildings are design, built, powered and used. As part of this, our new network will provoke, enable and amplify innovation by stimulating participation, facilitating collaboration, and encouraging exploration. The Network Plus will be supporting £1m of new research projects over the next two years, and your positive reinforcement of its programme will be key to its success.   

Event:  Transforming Construction: an integrating agenda for a fragmented industry - 20 November 2018

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CIRIA members are welcome to submit articles and thought pieces to this blog. For more information send an email to enquiries@ciria.org For more thoughts and blogs check out the CIRIA Network Blog.
CIRIA welcomes O'KEEFE to Membership
O'Keefe joins CIRIA membership
CIRIA welcomes Costain to Membership
Costain joins CIRIA membership.
LINet sets out the benefits of green infrastructure to enhance infrastructure resilience
Linear Infrastructure Network has published a digest explaining the benefits of incorporating green infrastructure into linear infrastructure.
Asset deterioration and degradation modelling of earthworks
Iain McKenzie, Principal Geotechnical Engineer from the Welsh Government, provides his own perspective on the challenges, needs, and opportunities associated with asset deegradation modelling of earthworks.
The future of cities matter
Ruth Hynes, Project Manager at CIRIA, provides a summary of CIRIA's recent annual debate on the future of sustainable cities.

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