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

Project spotlight


Hampstead Heath Ponds Project, London
Atkins, City of London and BAM Nuttall
The Flood and Water Quality Management works at Hampstead Heath is a high-profileand complex project -its purpose to virtually eliminate the risk of dam failure within the two main chains of ponds on Hampstead Heath during extreme rainfall events. Read more...

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News from our members:

National Grid confirms summer 2017 as “greenest ever” and launches “world’s first” green energy forecast Read more...

wins work on consortium to develop PPP sanitation infrastructure upgrade in KSA - 25 September 2017 Read more...

Temple Group
- Are we redesigning London?

Galliford Try
Partnerships project claims ‘Best Design’ at National Housing Awards Read more...

Mistras Group
- Continuous monitoring of offshore flexible riser carcass failure using acoustic emission Read more...

TfL - GLA - Consultation for new segregated cycle superhighway Read more...

Construction views

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.
Is digitisation of the construction industry such a big challenge?
Neil Thompson of Atkins and Digital Build Britain suggests two approaches to help drive digital transformation.
What is a city
Malcolm Smith, Arup Fellow and global leader of masterplanning and urban design discusses cities and their complex and contradictory nature.
'Do one thing' for biodiversity for a healthier and more sustainable future
Jon Murcott, Breakthrough Community Enterprise/ Nationwide Forestry Solutions, and winner of the Maintenance and Management Award and Overall winner of the 2016 BIG Biodiversity Challenge Awards urges you to 'do one thing' for biodiversity...
Valuing Natural Capital in Construction
Szilvia Zakar, Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd explores natural capital and the findings from her recent project.
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.
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