Database Meetings


CIB Co-sponsored: Call for Papers 10th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organisation
The Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization is a biennial networking event for academics and industry professionals organised by the CREON (Construction Researchers on Economics and Organisation in the Nordic Region) Network and co-sponsored by CIB. CIB members will have a discount on the fees.
Issue 3, 2018
CIB Co-Sponsored International Conference on Resilient and Responsible Architecture & Urbanism (RRAU) 2018
Between 10-12 April 2018 the Research Centre for Built Environment NoorderRuimte, part of the Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, The Netherlands, will host an international conference on resilient and responsible architecture and urbanism. Some topics are: Net Energy Zero buildings, Resource efficiency & circular processes, Governance.
Issue 3, 2018

The CIB Meetings Database contains thousands CIB and non-CIB related meetings of potential importance to Building and Construction worldwide. Per meeting - daily updated - information is given on a meeting's date, location, organisers, sponsors and contacts. If available links are provides to a designated conference website and/or downloadable conference brochures/flyers.

Information on the meetings can be accessed via: 
  • Go to database: via a search page that allows for a search amongst all registered (both past and future and also both CIB and non-CIB related) thousands of meetings, on a meeting's:
    • date (year/month) 
    • location (region/country/city) 
    • (name/title of the) event 
    • (name of the) organiser 
    • type of meeting: for future meetings only: selection options:
    • CIB meetings only, incl. both CIB commission meetings (in principle for members only) and open CIB events (conferences etc.).
    • open meetings of the members of the Liaison Committee of International Associations of Civil Engineering (CIB, fib, RILEM, IABSE, IASS, ECCS) 
    • open meetings only: conferences etc, independent of who organiseses them, but thought of potential importance to Building and Construction