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Preparation and submission of winning bids in the construction industry – workshops for Malawian firms

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The National Construction Industry Council was established by the National Construction Industry (NCI) Act of 1996 (Cap. 53:05 of the Laws of Malawi) to regulate, develop and promote the construction industry in Malawi. Section 11 of the NCI Act outlines functions which the Council undertakes to fulfil its mandate.
To ensure development, promotion and full participation of Malawian firms in the Construction Industry, National Construction Industry Council in collaboration with the Public Procurement and Disposal of Assets Authority (PPDA), Roads Authority (RA) and the Ministry of Transport and Public Works will conduct sponsored workshops Contractors, Consultants and Construction Material Manufacturers on Preparation/Submission of Winning Bids/Proposals in the construction industry.
The main objective of these training workshops is to sensitize Malawian firms on procurement processes, and preparation & submission of successful bids/proposals as well as appreciation of regulations in the construction industry.
The workshops shall take place as follows:


25th April, 2022 Sunbird Mount Soche Hotel, Blantyre in the Southern Region

29th April, 2022 Sunbird Mzuzu Hotel, Mzuzu in the Northern Region

4th May, 2022 – Sunbird Capital Hotel, Lilongwe in the Central Region

The Council is therefore inviting all registered Malawian firms (contractors and consultants) to attend these training workshops at one of the venues as detailed. Please note that Lunch and refreshments shall be provided during the trainings however participants shall cater for their own transport and accommodation should there be need.
For confirmation of your attendance and participation in these trainings, kindly contact Chiyamiko Gomani on +265 999 240 656 or email Since space is limited, book your place in advance for planning purposes.

Eng. Gerald T. Khonje
Chief Executive Officer
National Construction Industry Council (NCIC)
Private Bag A146
Tel: +265 887 829 505

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