27 May 2014

Tanzania: Contractors for Two-Day Consultative Meeting

ABOUT 900 contractors, engineers and construction industry practitioners are expected to attend a two day consultative meeting to discuss achievements and challenges facing the construction Industry which is organized by Contractors Registration Board (CRB).

Speaking in Dar es Salaam yesterday, CRB Registrar Engineer Boniface Muhegi, said the theme of this year's meeting which will be held on Thursday and Friday this week is "Performance of the Construction Industry: Roles of Contractors, Clients and Regulators".

He said the purpose of the meeting is to bring together construction industry stakeholders to discuss roles of some of the major industry players through assessment of the achievements, the challenges faced by the different players and chart out the way forward.

Engineer Muhegi said the meeting will bring together contractors, consultants, clients, policy makers, regulators and other construction industry stakeholders to discuss and deliberate on what should be done to improve performance of the construction industry.

He added that during the meeting there shall be a panel discussion where four seasoned construction industry practitioners and other participants from the floor shall discuss in-depth the industry's performance through a topic "What should be done by contractors, clients and regulators to improve performance of the construction industry".

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