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Developing a commitment to quality in construction projects - FIDIC Committee Webinar Series
This webinar, organised by the FIDIC Risk, Liability and Quality Committee, will look at the central importance of a commitment to quality on construction projects. All stakeholders on a project, including the investor, government, clients, contractors, suppliers, consultants and operators, have a responsibility for ensuring quality. It requires a team effort, with all parties committed to achieving quality and excellence in all that they do. FIDIC has long advocated for quality in the consulting engineering industry and defines quality as all the key attributes of professional services including skill, experience, innovation, integrity, sustainability and best business practice. This webinar will look at quality in the infrastructure life cycle, quality as a risk management strategy in construction projects, the key success factors for achieving a quality culture in engineering consultancies and how FIDIC contracts address the issue of quality and how best to achieve it.




FIDIC committee webinar series
The relaunch of FIDIC’s revitalised committee structure last year means that FIDIC is now much better placed to make a positive impact on and widen its influence in the global infrastructure industry. To highlight some of the key areas being covered by the work of these committees, a series of nine webinars has been organised across a range of industry key issues including communications, diversity and inclusion, the use of FIDIC contracts in emerging countries, combating corruption, quality, net zero and best business practice in a post-Covid world. These webinars are free to attend and open to all and they are expected to be well attended by global industry professionals. Details of the FIDIC committee webinar series are linked below.
https://fidic.org/events/other-fidic-events/fidic-committee-webinar-series

Apr 6, 2021 12:00 PM in Zurich

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