NCIC Head Office in Lilongwe
Located off Blantyre Road, opposite St' Johns Secondary School
Graduation of Certificate in Construction Management class of 2021
A role model speaks to students during NCIC's career talks.
Launch of NCIC Client Service Charter and Fraud & Corruption Prevention Policies
NCIC CEO, Eng. Gerald T. Khonje planting a tree.
Sustainable construction materials
The Minister of Transport and Public Works Hon Jacob Hara, MP (on the right), conversing with QS Jeremiah Magaba (on the left), Board Chairperson for NCIC during the launch of the Research Agenda for the Construction Industry at BICC on 6th April, 2022
The NCIC Chief Executive Officer Eng. Gerald T. Khonje, following a presentation during the launch of the Research Agenda
The Minister of Transport and Public Works Hon Jacob Hara, MP, keenly following deliberations during the launch of the Research Agenda
The Chief Executive Officer for NCIC Eng. Gerald T. Khonje delivering his speech at the launch of the Research Agenda
Part of the audience at BICC during the launch of the launch of the Research Agenda
The Director of Ceremonies Lyford Gedion, moderating the proceedings at BICC during the launch of the Research Agenda
A cross section of the audience at BICC during the launch of the Research Agenda
Comedians Chindime and Phungwako entertaining the audience during the launch of the Research Agenda while delivering a point home on the use of sustainable construction materials as being promoted by NCIC
The Board Chairperson for NCIC QS Jeremiah Magaba delivering his speech at the launch of the Research Agenda
The Minister of Transport and Public Works Hon. Jacob Hara (2nd right) cuts a ribbon to symbolise the official launch of the Research Agenda for the Construction Industry. He is flanked by the Board Chairperson for NCIC QS Jeremiah Magaba (2nd left); the NCIC CEO Eng. Gerald T. Khonje (left); and the Principal Secretary for the Ministry of Transport and Public Works (right)
Minister of Transport and Public Works Hon Jacob Hara, MP, flanked by the NCIC Board Chairperson QS Jeremiah Magaba (2nd left), the NCIC CEO Engineer Gerald T. Khonje (left), and the Principal Secretary in the Ministry of Transport and Public Works (right)
The Minister of Transport and Public Works Hon. Jacob Hara (2nd right) cuts a ribbon to symbolise the official launch of the Research Agenda for the Construction Industry. He is flanked by the Board Chairperson for NCIC QS Jeremiah Magaba (2nd left); the NCIC CEO Eng. Gerald T. Khonje (left); and the Principal Secretary for the Ministry of Transport and Public Works (right)
The Minister of Transport and Public Works Hon. Jacob Hara (2nd right) displays a copy of the Research Agenda for the Construction Industry. He is flanked by the Board Chairperson for NCIC QS Jeremiah Magaba (2nd left); the NCIC CEO Eng. Gerald T. Khonje (left); and the Principal Secretary for the Ministry of Transport and Public Works (right)
A group photograph of participants at the launch of the Research Agenda at the BICC

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We ensure that all contractors, consultants, material manufactures/suppliers and all players in the construction industry are operating within rules set forth in the NCI Act (1996) and codes of ethics (2009)

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Training

NCIC as a centre of excellence for the fostering of a vibrant and highly developed construction industry in Malawi, actively promotes the development of a competitive, competent, updated, creative and innovative industry through the provision of short courses.

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  • Duration: 65 days
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ANNOUCEMENTS

May 6, 2022

Latest list of registered construction firms

National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) is pleased to publish the latest register of construction firms in Malawi as of 25th April, 2022. This list is available here: NCIC List of Registered Construction Firms as of 25th April, 2022 All stakeholders and the general public are reminded that it is only registered construction firms that are […]

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April 26, 2022

Vacancy Announcement

REGULATORY AND ENFORCEMENT DIRECTOR The National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) was created by Malawi Government through an Act of Parliament (Cap 53:05) of the Laws of Malawi to promote, regulate and develop the construction industry in Malawi. A vacancy for the post of Regulatory and Enforcement Director has arisen in the Council. Applications are therefore […]

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NCIC incentivizes the media

Posted on: May 12, 2022

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Latest list of registered construction firms

Posted on: May 6, 2022

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NCIC dares local construction industry players

Posted on: May 5, 2022

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De-registration and striking off from the register of Joadah Consult Ltd

Posted on: April 14, 2022

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Preparation and submission of winning bids in the construction industry – workshops for Malawian firms

Posted on: April 14, 2022

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NCIC deregisters construction firms for various offences

Posted on: October 7, 2021

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