Technical Publication

Code of Practice for Project Management for the Built Environment, 6th edition


The latest (sixth) edition of construction project management processes, set within the context of a number of key drivers in the industry, including the need for smart and sustainable solutions and increased value, innovation, safety and information sharing.

The Code of Practice for Project Management for the Built Environment delivers an up-to-date and comprehensive reference to the principles and practice of project management in construction and development. This latest (6th) edition covers the new technologies, internationalisation, changing legislation, and productivity and profitability challenges faced by contractors that are driving significant change in the industry.

A thorough walkthrough of project inception, feasibility analysis, strategy, and the pre-construction process. Plus comprehensive explorations of the construction stage of projects, as well as testing and commissioning, and project completion, handover, and operation.

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CIOB Conservation Conference

New ideas for tough times

The theme of this year's annual conference is balancing conservation needs against rising costs. It is ideal for professionals involved in historic or traditional buildings as well as homeowners who are embarking on their own project.

We have drawn together leading experts from the UK and Europe who will give delegates the inside track on how these projects were successfully delivered and how they can apply what was learned to their own decision making.