IMC Worldwide honoured at 2015 FIDIC Conference

We just received an Award of Merit for the Rural Access Programme in Nepal at the 2015 FIDIC Awards in Dubai.

Monday 21 September 2015

The FIDIC Awards celebrate projects that help world economies and communities to develop a higher quality of life and promote the FIDIC principles of Quality, Integrity and Sustainability.

‘Winning this award was a testament to the hard work and commitment of our RAP team over many years,’ says Gavin English, Managing Director of IMC. ‘RAP has delivered significant social benefits to the most poor and disadvantaged people in Nepal through work and sustainable livelihoods programmes and providing access to markets, health and education facilities. I am proud of our work and our team delivering RAP and am delighted to have been recognised by the global voice for the consulting industry.” He said.

The Rural Access Programme (RAP), currently in its third phase, has built more than 1,000 kilometres of sustainable, green, rural roads in remote regions of Nepal along with bridges and other vital infrastructure. RAP aims to leave communities, not just with new roads and better access to health, education and market facilities, but with the knowledge, skills and confidence to manage their own development in the future.

IMC Worldwide congratulates all fellow participants in the FIDIC awards programme.

The ceremony was part of the 2015 FIDIC International Infrastructure Conference held at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

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