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  • Built Environment appoints BAM Visiting Fellow
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 17 FEB

    The Department of Built Environment has made Phil Eves, Education Coordinator for Construction firm BAM, a Visiting Fellow at BCU in recognition of his enormous and ongoing contribution to...

  • Built Environment department becomes an Autodesk Training Centre
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 01 FEB

    Birmingham City University has become one of the few institutions in the world to become an Autodesk Training Centre (ATC), offering on-campus training and certification for students.

  • Student wins at Birmingham Live Apprenticeship Awards
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 15 DEC 2020

    BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying student at Birmingham City University, Qasim Khattak, has won Outstanding Apprentice of the Year for Construction and Property at the Birmingham Live...

  • Built Environment conference tackles climate change
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 31 JUL 2020

    The Centre for the Built Environment recently hosted this year’s conference for the UK Indoor Environments Group (UKIEG). This year’s event ‘Adapting our Built Environment for Climate Change:...

  • Student nominated for 'Women in Property' award
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 29 JUN 2020

    Second year BSc Planning and Property student, Charlene Hurd, has been nominated for an award at the annual ‘National Student Awards‘ hosted by Women in Property.

  • InnovationFest goes global
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 29 JUN 2020

    Birmingham City University's InnovationFest went global this year, as it co-hosted an online Awards Innovation Expo at Wuhan University of Science and Technology (WUST) in China.

  • CEBE Professor Awarded Honorary Title
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 15 MAY 2020

    The University of South Australia recently appointed BCU’s Professor of Plant and Machinery Management David Edwards as Adjunct Chair. The honorary title recognises his work and international...

  • An £11bn investment in construction can kick start the UK’s economic r...
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 14 MAY 2020

    An £11.27bn investment in construction and a series of strategic decisions around new home building can kick start the UK’s economic recovery and deliver a £33bn return for the Government,...

  • Winner of Millennium Point Scholarship announced
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 08 APR 2020

    The Millennium Point Scholarship is an annual competition which aims to encourage young people to pursue Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) at higher education level. The...

  • UK building industry must ‘assist coronavirus war effort’, says expert...
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 30 MAR 2020

    Construction expert, and BCU visiting professor, Mike Leonard, advises that the manufacturing and construction industry must assist the UK government in an urgent coronavirus 'war effort'.

  • Built Environment’s expert on building resilience to flooding
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 26 FEB 2020

    CEBE Associate Dean Professor David Proverbs commented across various media outlets about the latest round of flooding to batter the Midlands last week. 

  • Student’s research uncovers fire safety failings
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 18 FEB 2020

    Research carried out by a Quantity Surveying student at BCU has found that one-third of construction industry professionals believes there is ‘inadequate’ knowledge and training around fire...

  • Seize HS2 opportunities, says Deputy VC
    UNIVERSITY NEWS 12 FEB 2020

    Deputy Vice Chancellor Professor Julian Beer has welcomed news that the controversial HS2 rail scheme will go ahead, and said the West Midlands region must now take advantage of the...

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