The 3rd Annual CIC Conference scheduled for June 25,26,27 at the Pullman Resort in Nadi will be postponed, a direct result of the arrival of the Covit-19 virus into Fiji.
CIC President Gordon Jenkins said that the delay is in keeping with Government directives towards isolating the pandemic, and since “we are expecting close to 350 delegates it would pose a major threat to those attending.”
“We hope to reschedule the conference towards the end of the year and will keep those interested in attending informed of developments.
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The Construction Industry Council is made up of all operators involved in the construction industry contributing $1B towards the nations GDP. The industry employs more than 15,000 people and all the associations are members of CIC, which includes Architects, Engineers, Project Managers, Quantity Surveyors, Property Developers, Real Estate Valuers, Building Designers, Building Contractors/Builders including Electricians, Plumbers and similar trades.
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