Construction industry research board is a research board that collects research on all aspects of the construction industry.
As the name implies, construction industry research’s aim is to provide the public with information about the industry at large. The research board is available to the public and the research it produces is available for all to see. I know of a number of people who simply send me links to this board because they want to learn more about the industry.
Research boards are extremely helpful for anyone with a passion for the industry. As a researcher myself I have found that the more information I can get out of the industry, the more I can understand it, and the less I need to be told by the industry itself when I am looking for information about it.
The research into the industry we study does have some pretty bad apples and a lot of people who have bad intentions in the industry. We are very careful to ensure that our studies are in line with the best practices of the industry itself. For example, we have very strict rules for the recruitment of our researchers and they are required to have no financial or other ties to the industry in order to work. In addition, they cannot have any direct or indirect links to the industry.
We recently heard from a study that has been conducted by a group of architects. The findings of this study are fairly damning. The study found that of those surveyed, only 33% of architects and construction industry professionals reported that their industry had a low level of corruption. But there is still a long way to go before we see our industry as a shining example of transparency, honesty, and fair dealings.
The study also found that the industry doesn’t have enough people in the right place to monitor those involved in corruption and other unethical practices. In addition, we are seeing the rise of a new anti-corruption movement that is gaining traction in the construction industry. Many industry professionals are now supporting those who are fighting for this cause, and others are joining in on the same.
I see a lot of articles about corruption in the construction industry recently, but a lot of the same stuff is being written in the industry itself.
In a nutshell, corruption is when people or businesses act in bad faith in their business dealings. If you’re paying money to a person for building a building or for a job, that doesn’t make that person a bad person. But if you’re paid with money that wasn’t yours (or paid with an advance that wasn’t yours), that can be bad.
This is something that I have been thinking about a lot recently. I am a construction industry research board member who is a member of the American Society for Quality and Safety (ASQS). I get asked (usually by construction site managers or owners) to provide information about ASQS and the Construction Industry Research Board (CIRB) to help them become more knowledgeable and aware of how they are doing their job.
I am also a member of the National Association of Home Builders NAHBA. We offer a number of seminars and training programs and I will continue to help them in any way I can.