The Nigerian Institute of Building is the professional body for Builders and those who are about to be engaged in the Building Profession.
The Institute has its origin in a similar body called the "Builder's which was formed in 1834 by a number of prominent Builder in London. The Builders' Society later became the Institute of Building in the United Kingdom which later became The Chartered Institute of Building in 1980 and now The Institute for the Management of Construction. Click here for more...
In an increasingly complex and challenging world of construction, only the best people will be able to deliver the performance necessary for success time after time. Professional Builders are both highly qualified and experienced.
There are professional as well as non-professional members of the institute. Professional members are fellows (FNIOB) and members (MNIOB). Non-Professional members include: Graduate members, associate members, licentiate, technicians and students.
In order to sustain professionalism in the discipline and keep members in check as well as abreast of latest developments in the industry, the institute maintains state chapters located in all states in the country.