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Registered construction firms as at 26th March, 2021

Posted on: March 29, 2021

This is the list of all registered construction firms in Malawi as of 26th March, 2021. Clients, stakeholders and the general public are encouraged to crosscheck any construction firm’s registration status against this register. Or alternatively, reach out to the Council on +265 887 829 505, or by visiting any of our offices in Lilongwe, […]

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Registered construction firms as of 12th March, 2021

Posted on: March 12, 2021

This is the list of all registered construction firms in Malawi as of 12th March, 2021. Clients, stakeholders and the general public are encouraged to crosscheck any construction firm’s registration status against this register. Or alternatively, reach out to the Council on +265 887 829 505, or by visiting any of our offices in Lilongwe, […]

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NCIC plants 10, 000 trees in the 2020-2021 tree planting season

Posted on: March 4, 2021

Led by its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ms Linda M. Phiri and all Directors, the National Construction Industry Council has planted nearly 10, 000 trees in the 2020-2021 tree planting season. The exercise has been held in all the three regions of the country as a way of giving back to society, but also taking […]

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Registered construction firms as of 15th February, 2021

Posted on: February 16, 2021

The Council is pleased to publish a list of all registered construction firms in Malawi as at 15th February, 2021. The list is available at this link NCIC Registered Companies as at 15th February 2021. Clients and members of the general public are required by law to use and/or engage only those firms registered by […]

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NCIC Registered Construction Firms as at 15th December, 2020

Posted on: December 15, 2020

The Council is pleased to publish a list of all registered construction firms in Malawi as at 15th December, 2020. The list is available at this link NCIC Registered Companies as at 15th December 2020 – To Publish (1)  Clients and members of the general public are required by law to use and/or engage only […]

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Latest list of paid-up construction firms in Malawi

Posted on: July 16, 2020

The National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) is pleased to publish a detailed list of all firms that have registered with the Council as of January, 2020. The list can be accessed on this link: List of 2020-2021 Paid up Members

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Call for Abstracts for the 2020 International Construction Industry Conference (ICC)

Posted on: January 27, 2020

Call for Abstracts for the 2020 International Construction Industry Conference (ICC) NKOPOLA LAKE CONFERENCE CENTRE, MANGOCHI, MALAWI 5th to 7th AUGUST, 2020 The National Construction Industry Council (NCIC) was established by an Act of Parliament in 1996 (Cap 53:05 of the Laws of Malawi) to Regulate, Promote and Develop the construction industry in Malawi. The […]

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ETHICS IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

Posted on: May 8, 2019

WHAT IS ETHICS? Imagine a Client organization has received funding from well-wishers to construct a public building. The Client decides to use part of the funds for other activities with knowledge that doing so will make the funds insufficient to successfully complete the project as planned. The Client however instructs the Contractor to do “everything […]

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National Construction Industry Council: Excellence in Construction Related Training

Posted on: April 30, 2019

The National Construction Industry Council (NCIC), through the Training and Research Department, continuously offers a variety of construction related training programs in all the regions and districts of Malawi. This is in line with the legal mandate as stipulated in the National Construction Industry Act (Cap. 53:05 of the Laws of Malawi) of 1996. Specifically, […]

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9 Tips For Project Owners

Posted on: September 19, 2017

Mr Mohammad Patel (not real name) decided to build some shops and flats. He did not want to engage a contractor because he thought it will cost him a lot and so he decided to employ some labourers to do the job for him. Since he had to attend to his business, he instructed his […]

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