Building a Legacy Programme Has Been Launched
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, has been launched by ITN Productions, in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
Presented by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky, ‘Building a Legacy’ explores the meaning of sustainable construction, highlights the vital role that sustainable buildings play in securing long-term environmental and social viability and hears from the masterminds behind some of the country’s most iconic structures and cutting-edge digital design technologies.
“We’re were delighted to partner once again with the Chartered Institute of Building to produce a programme exploring the extraordinary role that the Construction Manager plays in the lives of us all. We hope the content can be used to share remarkable stories, highlight new innovations and look at the next generation of construction professionals,” said Elizabeth Fisher-Robins, Head of Industry News, ITN Productions.
Drawing upon ITN’s 60-year heritage and expertise in storytelling, the news-style programme combines interviews and reports with sponsored editorial profiles from leading organisations: Sir Robert McAlpine, Bluebeam, Allplan and Coins Global.
In an interview, Chris Blythe, Chief Executive of the CIOB, highlights how the organisation supports the success of the industry and champions the role of the Construction Manager as a key driving force in building sustainability.
“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,” said Chris Blythe, Chief Executive, CIOB.