Council for Aluminium in Building
University of Warwick, Coventry
University of Warwick
Abbey Park Stoneleigh
Abbey Park
HMP Oakwood - S E Controls
HMP Oakwood
The I Quarter Sheffield
The I Quarter
Derby City Council Office
Derby City Council Office
Great Northern Hotel
Great Northern Hotel
Co-operative Academy, Stoke-on-Trent
Co-operative Academy
RAICO - UoB Postgrad Centre 1
University of Bedfordshire
York Council Offices
York Council Offices

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

Join CAB

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

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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The Exterior of Mercedes Benz world taken the evening the Star was installed.

Regional Members' Meeting at Mercedes Benz World, Weybridge on 12 October 2016

The event is open to both Members and their guests and is preceded by a series of CAB update presentations. The mini-conference will again take topical themes and we are delighted to confirm that Professor Noble Francis, Economics Director, Construction Products Association will be presenting a post Brexit economics update including the very latest forecasts across sectors critical to the aluminium in building supply chain

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