Council for Aluminium in Building
Efaflex - Armstrong World Industries
Armstrong World Industries
Durham Johnston School
Durham Johnston Comprehensive School
Great Northern Hotel
Great Northern Hotel
Abbey Park Stoneleigh
Abbey Park
G T Tower
G T Tower
Philip Morant School, Colchester
Philip Morant School
Oatland Retirement Village
Oakland Retirement Village
Roselands School
Roselands School
Legacy Building
Legacy Building

The Council for Aluminium in Building’s aim is to support the interests of the architectural aluminium industry by encouraging the increasing use of aluminium products in architecture and in the construction industry as a whole.

Members of the Council for Aluminium in Building are involved in all stages of construction, extrusion and design of systems, fabrication of products, finishing, production of associated products and final installation on site.

 

 

Aluminium in use

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Learn about the exciting benefits of being a member of CAB in 2016 including series of FREE Contractual Awareness, Marketing and Health & Safety Seminars

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CAB TC 2013

10.06.16 Member Engagement is key for CAB

Towards the end of Quarter 2 CAB is already planning for its 6th major event in 6 months. To date these events have consisted of Regional Members’ meetings, an Aluminium in Building Conference, an Aluminium Pavilion at Ecobuild 2016 and the first of several Contractual Awareness Seminars. To come an AGM and Annual Dinner and Specialist Marketing Forum.

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04.07.16 CAB AGM: Focus is on 'defending and promoting' Member interests

Over 220 members and guests attended the 22nd CAB Annual Dinner at the Forest of Arden Hotel on 23 June, EU Referendum Day and raised £2500 for CRASH. While the EU Referendum result was still to be announced there was a clear message that whatever the result, buildings would need to meet standards and whether these were European, National or International in the future, CAB and its Technical team were well prepared to both defend and promote member interests.

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