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International Construction Project Management Association - spreading best practice globally through friendly networks
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The ICPMA is a unique worldwide not-for-profit organisation that spreads best practice in construction and project management throughout its membership. Initially founded in 2001 in Cannes, it is a modern and dynamic forum, providing opportunities to network with other professionals and academics and to engage in new business and research on a global basis.
ICPMA believes in the values of alliance, and using modern methods to increase the quality of delivery.
ICPMA runs a yearly awards programme to honour successful projects: highlighting those that have used "the better way" to manage successful outcomes and have embraced digital technology to create innovative solutions.
ICPMA also realises the value of young professionals and their contribution to the future via the Young International Construction Project Management Association.
ICPMA likes to welcome new members - email us, or follow on Facebook at ICPMA, Twitter at ICPMA2 or LinkedIn at International Construction Project Management Association.
ICPMA has contributed the following articles to this Wiki:
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