The Roadmap to Recovery

Adapt & Thrive Conference

Wednesday 24 March 2021 | 9:00 am - 4:30 pm

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Re-Imagine the Future

Covid-19 continues to affect communities across the globe.  The return of construction workers on site during the pandemic highlighted the importance of the construction industry, both economically and socially. Building hospitals in just a few days, the industry played a critical role in responding to the crisis and the recovery.


But with a shortage of skilled labour recognised before the pandemic hit, the role of digital technology and modernisation is key to future success and longevity. 


The industry needs to reimagine the next normal to create a built environment that is fit for all.


  • What will the construction industry look like post-pandemic?
  • How does the built environment sector need to change to meet the changing needs of society?
  • How can the industry adapt to future-proof both the industry and the buildings it creates?


This virtual conference has speakers from a broad selection of industry bodies, government officials, key influencers from the construction industry and innovative tech companies will share their vision for achieving an agile and productive industry that is fit to underpin the social and economic demands of modern day living. 

The conference will be a virtual conference using Hopin as our event platform provider.


CIOB Member: £25 (Plus VAT)

Non-Member: £35 (Plus VAT)

Student and Apprentices: £15 (Plus VAT)

Thank you to our sponsors:


Contact details
CIOB Events Team
The Chartered Institute of Building  
1 Arlington Square 
Downshire Way 
RG12 1WA 
tel: +44 (0) 1344 630700
fax: +44 (0) 1344 306430
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About the CIOB  The Chartered Institute of Building is at the heart of a management career in construction. We are the world's largest and most influential professional body for construction management with 46,000 members.

We have a Royal Charter to promote the science and practice of building and construction for the benefit of society, and we’ve been doing that since 1834.

Our members work worldwide in the development, conservation and improvement of the built environment.