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fibUK supports the objectives of fib: to advance the technical, economic, aesthetic and environmental performance of concrete construction.

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fib achieves this through academic research, the development of guidance and recommendations, and the publication of fib bulletins. Please see the brochure in the Downloads section for full details.

Structure:

fibUK ensures the UK is represented at an international level in developing new international concrete design standards and guidance, with fibUK members sitting on all fib commissions (for details please see Downloads section). 

 

Benefits of fibUK membership:
  • High-quality fib publications such as Structural Concrete and fib technical bulletins
  • Access to fib’s global network
  • Discounts on fibUK events 
  • The opportunity to participate in international commission and task groups.
  • Early careers group for members' younger staff
  • For the specific benefits related to each class of membership, please see the individial application forms below

It’s also an opportunity to influence codes and standards and network with experts in concrete.

 

Types of membership:

Corporate Membership - For companies and organisations. Annual subscription is £750.

Sole Practitioner and Small Firm Membership - for firms with five or fewer professional staff. Annual subscription is £190.

Academic Membership - For universities or educational establishments. Annual subscription is £490.

 

Get involved:

If you would like to get involved contact fibUK outlining your relevant experience.

Contact / further information

Corporate members

The UK National Group funds the UK National subscription and provides the formal UK delegation to fib. Click here to see who the current group members are

AECOM
AKT II
Ancon Building Products
Arup
Atkins
Byrne Group
CARES
Celsa Steel UK
Costain
COWI UK Ltd
Highways England
Institution of Structural Engineers
Laing O' Rourke
Mineral Products Association - The Concrete Centre
Modulus
Outokumpu Stainless
Praeter Engineering Ltd
Ramboll UK Ltd
Rendel Ltd
Sellafield Ltd
The Concrete Society
Tony Gee & Partners LLP
TrubyStevenson Ltd
University of Birmingham
University of Brighton
University of Cambridge
University of Leeds
University of Nottingham
Waterman Structures
WSP

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