CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING
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• Building Ser vices (MEP, Design & Site)
• Civil & Structural Engineering
• Engineering & Land Sur veying
• Estimating, Cost & Procurement
• Facilities Management
• Heavy Industrial Engineering
• Industrial Ser vices
• Consulting Engineers (All Disciplines)
• Construction Professionals (All Disciplines)
• Trades Professionals (All Disciplines)
• Inspection & Painting, Corrosion, Bridges
• Senior Commercial Staff and Quantity Sur veyors
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Welcome to the fifth edition of our magazine. In 2022 the chamber focused on creating solid foundations to grow sustainably, in membership numbers, but most importantly, to disseminate our message. We concluded the year with the annual general meeting and started this year with the Partners Network event. Both events were well attended and received encouraging comments from our partners.
This year we shall be focusing on further activities to enhance the quality of the construction manager. In April, we will have another Health and Safety Course for Professionals in collaboration with BICC while we will set sail for the Communities of Practice events. The intention behind these events is to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the construction manager when dealing with government entities, such as the PA, ERA, BCA, SCH, MCCAA and others. More information is available in an article by Andrei Cachia in this magazine.
The fulcrum of the events will be at the beginning of May, where our chamber will host delegates from CIOB, including CEO Caroline Gumble, for a series of events, including the opening of our premises at the Catholic Institute, visiting education institutes and the Women in Construction event. The latter is the first of its kind and a sign of commitment from MCCM towards the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion charter.
We wish you a good read, and we encourage you to contact us if you prefer to have topics discussed in our magazine.
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Who We Are
The Chamber is the voice of the construction managers at the various levels operating in Malta and beyond. We promote and expect, high standards in, quality, ethics, integrity and to be at the forefront of innovation of the local built environment. Through our input we strive to influence policies and regulations that impact the industry and their impact on the common good.
To promote science and technological advancement in the process of building and construction for the public benefit.
To be at the forefront of public education, encouraging research and sharing the outcome from this research.
To make sure that advancement in the built technology is aimed at improving the quality of life of the public in general.
To enhance professionalism, encourage innovation and raise quality in construction management.
To promote high standards and professional ethics in building and construction practices.
To promote the highest levels of integrity in every decision that we take that affect others.
To respect all those affected by our decisions
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