Rocky Times Ahead

by Phil Slinger – CAB Chief Executive

According to the ONS construction monthly construction output in February decreased by 0.1% to £14,610 million in volume terms compared to January. This is the first monthly decrease since October 2021. The Construction …

By Phil Slinger – CAB Chief Executive

CAB have always ensured that during any Member meetings the time is always allocated for Members to network together in an interesting venue. Rather than an opportunity for Members to ‘sell’ to each …

by Phil Slinger – CAB Chief Executive

There are some that think aluminium framed windows will not be able to meet the thermal demands of the upcoming changes to Document L of the building regulations. Whilst it’s fair to say …

Thank you to our speakers whom were very well received. Andrew Morris and Anusha Badrinarayanan of Lendlease, Clive Atkinson of Mott MacDonald’s and Neville Grunwald of Wates.

Our appreciation also goes to our sponsors: PLATINUM – UL International, GOLD – …

by Andrew Mather – Training and Technical Manager

During a survey of Association members back in 2021, the provision of training as a member resource was high on the list of priorities for CAB. As a result, CAB responded and …

by Phil Slinger – CAB Chief Executive

We all have the ability to play our part in ‘greening-up’ our lives to help us all to achieve some form of carbon neutrality by the middle of this century. Recycling more, reducing …

At the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Liverpool City Centre, L3 1QW & Royal Liver Building, Liverpool, L3 1HU

Thursday 13th October 2022

We are delighted to announce details of our Autumn Forum at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, followed by drinks …

The UK Construction market continues its bumpy ride through 2021 with labour shortages, material shortages and escalating material prices. Despite these setbacks, the sector remains relatively buoyant for the present.

The Autumn Economic Forecast from the CPA is suggesting that …

The Council for Aluminium in Building (CAB) is delighted to announce a formal affiliation with the UK BIM Alliance. BIM has been central to the continuing digital transformation of the built environment in the UK, whilst CAB Members are at …

It has now been two years since our last physical meeting that took place at the Imperial War Museum, Salford on the 24th October 2019. We are looking forward to welcoming our members and guests to a day of networking …