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CIOB News


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• If you have moved or changed any of your details recently, don’t forget to tell us. You can update your details online – simply log in to “members area” of the website www.ciob.org. Or email us at memenquiry@ciob.org.uk or call our membership customer services team on +44 (0) 1344 630706 for further help. If you would rather post your details send them to: The Chartered Institute of Building, 1 Arlington Square, Downshire Way, Bracknell RG12 1WA, UK


AWARDS Construction in South Yorkshire Awards


The Celebrating Construction in South Yorkshire Awards 2014 was attended


by 300 construction professionals from across the region.


The seventh CCISY Awards dinner took place at Cutlers’ Hall, Sheffield. Held by the CIOB and sponsored by CSCS and CITB, the event celebrated high-quality work by South Yorkshire’s construction industry supply chain, including developers, designers, builders and end-users, both large and small. The CCISY awards promote a range of


different sectors essential to the delivery of innovative construction, from empowering communities through corporate social responsibility and investing in skills, to creating low carbon developments and being environmentally pro-active. The awards produced 11 extremely well


deserved winners who have continued to display excellent practices throughout this economically challenging past 12 months.


The awards will be held again in October 2015. For more information contact ccisy@littlespark.co.uk


Local industry recognised at Celebrating >


Winners of the 2014 CCISY awards


Award Sponsor


Renewable Technologies Award Ambitemp M&E Corporate Responsibility Award Training Award


Achiever of the Year Award Innovation Award


Sustainability Award Health & Safety Award


Collaborative Working Award Environmental Award


Contractor of the Year Award Project of the Year Award


National Federation of Builders Linear Recruitment


Sheffield Hallam University


Barrister David Fearon & Exchange Chambers Keepmoat


Henry Boot Construction Soar Build


VHE Construction


Futureworks Yorkshire Vinci Construction


Follow the awards on twitter @CCISYAwards


SOCIAL MEDIA CONSTRUCTION EXPERT EXPLAINS HOW TO MAKE MOST OF LINKEDIN EVENT


VIDEO ON HOW TO USE WEB SERVICE TO THE FULL AVAILABLE ONLINE


LinkedIn is rapidly becoming the way to sell yourself professionally and boost your career and in November Essex Centre members learned from an expert how to do it effectively. The presentation, by award- winning social strategist in construction Su Butcher, is available to CIOB members as a video on the new CIOB CPD online portal. The video includes


extra footage with Butcher, Stuart Wilks of Hill International and Sal Capotosto, UK & Ireland Time Zone Novus chairman. LinkedIn is the most popular


professional network in the UK with more than 16 million UK users, over 700,000 of whom work in construction. Butcher covered what LinkedIn is, how it works and why it offers so much opportunity to the industry.


The presentation was packed


full of key tips on how to use a free account for marketing your business and your own professional development. Su Butcher is the owner of


social media consultancy Just Practising and works exclusively in the construction industry.


See the video at www.construction- manager.co.uk/cpd


Su Butcher offers tips on using LinkedIn 43 Winner


Kier Services Esh Group


Opus International Consultants


Alison Watson – A Class Of Your Own Bay Construct


Peter Brett Associates Oaklands Construction Counter Context


Henry Boot Construction Classic Lifts


William Anelay


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