The Connecticut Building Congress (CBC) creates a forum for building professionals to connect, learn, and grow.
Since 1952 CBC has been Connecticut’s premier organization whose mission is to provide a collaborative environment that fosters relationships and contributes to the growth and success of the construction industry.
We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events.
To view our past program events see our Flickr Album here.
CBC’s Industry Practice Committee (IPC) is a diverse group of AEC leaders who discuss industry issues to improve efficiencies and establish best practices. Reports and white papers, including the Connecticut Construction Guidelines: The Manual for Successful Building Projects, are made available to CBC members and key constituencies.
CBC’s Annual Project Team Awards program promotes and celebrates project team efforts throughout Connecticut, highlighting excellence in public and private construction projects completed over the past year.
Each year, CBC awards scholarships to deserving high school seniors who represent the future of our industry. The CBC Scholarship Fund grants scholarships to college students studying in areas of benefit to the construction industry, including architecture, engineering, construction management, and construction technology.
Through the Connecticut Building Congress membership, you have access to information and people vital to your business. CBC is committed to strengthening the design and construction industry, as well as CBC’s member firms and their professionals.
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in AEC Industry**
* Number of employees residing in and/or actively serving Connecticut
** Includes Full-time government agency staff, retired, in-between engagements, or a full-time student in the AEC industry
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