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Last edited 21 May 2021
CIAT agrees to collaboration arrangement with CIB
The Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) has signed a collaborative agreement with the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB).
The purpose of the agreement is for both organisations to share, jointly produce and/or disseminate research outputs, information, knowledge and current good practice through conferences, publications and events, thus promoting the skills, competences and professions of the members of both CIAT and CIB.
Both CIB and CIAT look forward to a fruitful and positive relationship.
 About CIB
CIB's purpose is to provide a global network for international exchange and cooperation in building and construction research and innovation. This global network supports an improved building process and enhanced performance of the built environment. CIB's objectives are to be:
- A valued source of information concerning worldwide building and construction research and innovation.
- An effective access point to the global research community.
- A forum for collaboration between the entire spectrum of building and construction interests and the global research community.
This article originally appeared on the CIAT website under the headline, 'CIAT signs collaborative agreement with International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction'. It was published on 20 May 2021.
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