15th November 2018

Watch the 'Building a legacy' programme

We worked with the CIOB and ITN to launch ‘Building a Legacy’

The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has partnered with ITN Productions to launch ‘Building a Legacy,’ a flagship news-style programme revealing how the construction industry is key to delivering forward looking, sustainable infrastructure for this and future generations.

Available to watch from today, the programme features key industry interviews and news-style reports. Sir Robert McAlpine proudly features among the programme’s sponsored editorial profiles.

It was important for us to support the CIOB with ‘Building a Legacy’, not only to mark our approaching 150-year anniversary, but also to showcase our values as a contemporary family business steeped in technical excellence and innovation, championing diversity, and proudly building Britain’s future heritage.

Paul Hamer, Chief Executive Officer, Sir Robert McAlpine said:

“It is a privilege for Sir Robert McAlpine to be involved in the ‘Building a Legacy’ programme for the CIOB. As we approach our 150-year anniversary, we have been reflecting on the strong foundations that our rich heritage provides for the future. With each new project we are also building new stories and we are keen for these to make a positive impact in people’s lives and build a lasting legacy.”

Chris Blythe, Chief Executive, CIOB said:

“Buildings are about improving people’s quality of life – they are far more than just bricks and mortar. And construction managers are key as they not only help connect the people who work in the building with those who will use the building, they connect with the local community. The shaping of the built environment plays a big part in shaping communities and working with ITN Productions has given us a great opportunity to showcase that.”

Watch the Sir Robert McAlpine’s sponsored editorial profile in ‘Building a Legacy’, introduced by national newsreader, Natasha Kaplinsky.

CIOB Building a legacy

Project Summary

  • The redevelopment of Broadgate, London

    The ten-year redevelopment of Broadgate aims to transform central London’s largest pedestrianised neighbourhood into a world-class, mixed-use destination.

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