Council for Aluminium in Building
RAICO - UoB Postgrad Centre 1
University of Bedfordshire
Abbey Park Stoneleigh
Abbey Park
Northwich Memorial Court
Northwich Memorial Court
University of Warwick, Coventry
University of Warwick
York Council Offices
York Council Offices
Powdertech - Justice Court
Justice Court Retirement Homes
AGC  - Canaletto
Powdertech - Wellcome Genome Campus
Wellcome Genome Campus, Conference Centre
Ministry of Education, Singapore
Ministry of Education

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.



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Learn about the exciting benefits of being a member of CAB in 2017 including series of FREE Contractual Awareness, Marketing and Health & Safety Seminars

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CAB Go Large at The FIT Show 2017

CAB is delighted to announce that it will be hosting its first ever ‘CAB Aluminium Pavilion’ at the FIT Show 2017 (23-25 May). Over 20 CAB members are already signed up to the show and the Pavilion in Hall 8 will present a unique opportunity for even more members to take part.

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Latest CAB Survey highlighting increasing market confidence

13.12.16 Strong Growth Ahead But Cost Pressures Intensify

The very latest Q3 2016 CAB State of Trade Survey highlights strong signs of growth in the year ahead with the caveat of rising unit costs. With the wider construction sector showing growth for the 14th consecutive quarter, CAB members’ expectations for the next quarter recovered considerably with 53% net balance anticipating an increase in sales over the next quarter (45% for construction products) while a massive 80% net balance anticipated a rise in the next 12 months (38% for construction products) – the highest confidence level since Q2, 2015.

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