Monthly Archives: May 2016

Your IDE – Now and in the Future

Written on May 27, 2016 at 8:56 am, by

With the 40th Anniversary celebrations just over a month away preparations are now in full swing to ensure that all guests to the Science Museum on the 1st July will have an enjoyable and memorable evening.  As part of the preparations for this occasion, current IDE President Duncan Rudall, FIDE took part in an interview to  Continue Reading »

Scottish Regional Meeting – 11th May 2016

Written on May 18, 2016 at 9:42 am, by

On Wednesday 11th May the Scottish branch of the NDTG hosted a very successful regional meeting on behalf of the IDE.  Over 20 attendees participated in a workshop style event, and although this was a slightly different format to previous IDE meetings, it proved to be very enjoyable and informative for all who took part. Jim Caldwell  Continue Reading »

The Programme for the 2016 Construction Industry Summit is announced.

Written on May 18, 2016 at 9:11 am, by

The 2016 Construction Industry Summit (CIS) Programme has been revealed today. Highlights over the two-day programme include an opening Keynote on the ‘Government Construction Strategy’ by David Hancock, of the Government Construction Team; a Construction Leadership Council Question Time with Ann Bentley of Rider Levitt Bucknall, David Cash of BDP, Mike Putnam of Skanska and  Continue Reading »


Written on May 13, 2016 at 4:38 pm, by

Time is ticking to enter the APS National CDM Awards with the closing date for submissions fast approaching. With just over three weeks to go, you have until Tuesday 31 May to enter. We know as a dedicated professional you’re committed to shaping and sharing good practice within the Design and Construction Health and Safety  Continue Reading »

The Department of Work and Pensions publishes Built Environment Professional Education Project: Report of Progress and outlines the Construction Industry Council’s role in taking the project forward.

Written on May 11, 2016 at 1:26 pm, by

The Office for Disability Issues, the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) has issued a progress report for the Built Environment Professional Education (BEPE) project two years on from its inception as part of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic legacy.  The report outlines the project to date and the next steps in passing the baton  Continue Reading »