Regulation, Promotion & Development of a Sustainable & Efficient Construction Industry.
Creating a sustainable and internationally competitive construction industry.
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Laws and Regulations
Read the laws and regulations that govern the construction industry in Malawi and used by the National Construction Industry Council
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Training Courses in Construction
We provide short and long construction training courses. See a list of courses and register.
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The National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) was established by an Act of Parliament in 1996 with the mandate to Regulate, Develop and Promote the Construction Industry in Malawi.
NCIC’s role therefore is to create an enabling environment that will not only facilitate the fulfillment of its mandate, but one that will provide the drive and the organizational structure to raise quality levels across the industry among local and foreign players; thereby enhancing wider appreciation of the interests of the construction industry by all stakeholders.
NCIC NEWS AND UPDATES
The National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) has challenged Secondary School students to consider taking up technical courses at tertiary level to enable them to join the construction industry. The Council said this is a sure way that will enable the students...
NCIC in collaboration with the Ministry of Transport and Public Works, hosted the Construction Sector Joint Consultative Group (CSJCG) which was held from the 28th to 29th of July 2022 at Capital Hotel in Lilongwe. The meeting which was presided over by the Deputy...
A story by Taonga Sabola of the Times Group. Please read the whole story on https://times.mw/lazarus-chakwera-warns-against-shoddy-work-in-m1-rehabilitation/?amp=1
A story by Suzgo Chitete of the Nation Publications. Please read the whol story on https://www.mwnation.com/chakwera-launches-m1-rehab-warns-mdas/