We have over 750 members in the Region. Our focus is on building on the professional standing of our members and forging collaborative working practices. CIHT Yorkshire & the Humber includes: City of Kingston upon Hull; East Ridings of Yorkshire; North East Lincolnshire; North Lincolnshire; North Yorkshire; South Yorkshire; West Yorkshire and York. We make a significant contribution to the work of the Yorkshire & Humber Infrastructure Alliance.
We are giving notice that the CIHT Yorkshire & the Humber Annual General Meeting will be held on 14th April 2021.
The AGM offers us an opportunity to reflect on the past year and look forward to the next. The AGM will be held virtually and details of how to book your place will be announced soon via the Yorkshire & the Humber events webpage HERE.
All CIHT members are welcome to join the AGM.
Your Region needs you!
The Yorkshire & the Humber Region always welcomes new members to the committee. If you want to find out more or want to join the CIHT Yorkshire & the Humber committee, please do get in touch with us at: email@example.com
We would love to hear from you.
There are several benefits to joining your regional committee including:
• The ability to work with talented professionals in your area
• The ability to share knowledge and contribute to key CIHT events
• The ability to help shape the future of your CIHT committee
(Please note that to be elected to the committee you must be a Member or Fellow of CIHT.)
If you have any questions about the committee and are interested in joining, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
CIHT Yorkshire & the Humber has had a key role in creating the Yorkshire & Humber Infrastructure Alliance which represents 80% of the industry in the region and brings together professional and learned bodies to maximise the impact of both infrastructure spending and the devolution of powers. The Alliance, which includes the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA), has produced a Transport Manifesto which addresses the need to improve poor transport connectivity within the Region and to national networks, as well as to improve the resilience of our transport infrastructure, and suggests ways to overcome the dire skills shortage we face. We continue to work alongside other Institutions such as the Institution of Civil Engineers and the Transport Planning Society in the planning and marketing of our events in order to support mutual aims
If you would like to get involved in the work of the committee please contact us via e: email@example.com
We are keen to promote the profession to young people considering their future careers. To that end we have featured three of our young professionals in film clips talking about their jobs in Highways & Transportation. We are happy to support potential candidates for the Institution’s professional qualifications through mentoring and practical advice. Please contact us on e: firstname.lastname@example.org if you want assistance.
In addition to our general programme of events, we celebrate achievement in the Region through the presentation of our ‘Best Highways & Transportation Project’, ‘Young Professional of the Year’ and 'Apprentice of the Year' awards at our Annual Awards & Dinner Dance.
We have an active Young Professionals Committee which plans a range of technical and social events aimed at colleagues at the start of their careers. Social aspects include a 5-a-side football tournament, 10-pin bowling and pub quizzes. If you want to get involved please get in touch.
More details on all activities including news, events and who's who can be found on these pages.
Get in touch with the local committee e: email@example.com