The discipline of Facilities management (FM) is facing a serious identity crisis. The most common issue that every FM is facing is that they operate in “an ever widening and ill-defined sphere of activity”.
BIM has evolved in the past years, but is still evolving by time. In respect to construction management, it surely offers the potential to improve project efficiency and accuracy. In the same time, no one knows yet the full capabilities of BIM and therefore remains a question how widely BI can be adopted. Having said that, what construction managers can gain with the current knowledge of BIM application is already an advancement compared to the traditional methods of managing projects.
L-industrija tal-kostruzzjoni, għandha tkompli tevolvi, sabiex tgħożż aktar is-sostenibilità u s-sigurtà tal-ħaddiema.
The government published the list of members that will be forming part of the newly set up Building and Construction Consultative Council
It is official On Friday the 10th of November, the government published the list of members that will be forming part of the newly set up Building and Construction Consultative Council. We are honoured to say that our young chamber has been invited to form part of this council, a clear recognition of the work
Malta Chamber of Construction Management AGM 2023
Integrating Photovoltaic Installations into our buildings Electricity generation from small- and large-scale Photovoltaic installations is expected to continue to increase steadily reaching approximately 11.5% of the national gross final electricity consumption.  The local building industry has shifted from house-type building towards more multi-storey buildings resulting in less available roof top space. In 2017 the