Malta Chamber of Construction Management

Professionalism, Innovation and Quality In Construction Management

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Our Mission

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.

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The 10 Points

A Professional Construction Project Manager will:
Owners Representative: Act as a Client's Representative
Control The Budget And Cost-Related Issues
Centralize Communication
Advice On Project Team Appointment
Enhance Quality Controls
Provide Realistic Budgets
Monitor The Design And Construction Programme
Provide Cost-Effective Document Control
Protect The Client From Unnecessary Liability
Provide Expertise, Experience In Resource Management

What Our Members Say

Find out what our members have to say about the chamber and the services & support provided.

Yasemin Aktas
Being member of MCCM means that I have a network of qualified people whom support women in construction.
Yasemin Aktas
Civil Engineer
I joined MCCM last year and apart from being part of the local community of like-minded professionals, I also got to know about the Chartered Institute of Building, the largest institution of its kind in the world. Now, I am a proud Chartered Professional.
Owen Falzon
Being part of MCCM gives me the opportunity to be part of an inclusive community of likeminded professionals, dedicated to improving the construction industry through support and exchange of knowledge.
Jo Ann Giannakellis De Bono
Draughtsperson, Property & Quantity Surveyor and Project Coordinator

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Women in Construction: The Malta Perspective May 2023

From Inception to Hand Over

On the 10th of May, in collaboration with the Ministry for Public Works and Planning, The Chamber of Commerce, Enterprise and Industry and our internal partners the Chartered Institute of Building, we embarked on another ‘’first ‘’ for the local construction industry. This was a seminar that, also formed part of our commitment towards the Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion charter that we signed last year, focused on the contribution of women to the various aspects and stages of the construction industry.
Referring to the title -From Inception to Hand Over- the various speakers, shared their experiences that varied from a developer and entrepreneur, technical, political, environmental, management and educational point of view.

Invited for this event were representatives from various backgrounds and experience. We had a mix of established designers, established managers, and also young and aspiring designers and managers. The latter could listen and even discuss during the lengthy networking period, the challenges that those present had and are going through their professional careers.

Following the feedback we received, it is clear that the main purpose of this event was reached and not only we and our partners managed to bring together under one roof the majority of the stakeholders or their representative, but more importantly encourage more women out there to look further for more opportunities within the sector.

The event was opened by a message from the Hon Minister for Public Works and Planning Hon Stefan Zrinzo Azzopardi, the other speakers were, Chantal Stagno Navarra, Clarabel Versace, Denise Xuereb, Dr Marthese Portelli, Gabriella Borda, Rebecca Dalli Gonzi, Beatriz Rodriguez Sanz, Charlene Jo Darmanin, the opposition representative and engineer herself Hon Rebekah Borg and finally CIOB CEO Caroline Gumble.
Rachel Attard introduced the speakers and provided a short background of the event.

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