Membership Committee (MemC)

Full details of members are given in the Directory. Members have an Internal area for working documents, etc.

Responsible Executive Committee Members

- K.K. Kapila, India  (Primary responsibility)

- Moncef Ziani, Morocco (Secondary responsibility)
- Reyes Juárez del Angel, Mexico (Secondary responsibility)

 

Members

- Hoig Kang, South Korea (Chair) 
- Tian Feng, China

- Patrick-Yann Darto, France

- Parisa Borjian, Iran

- Mandana Cont, Iran (FIDIC YPF) 

- Naki Tetteh, Ghana

- Italo Goyzueta, FIDIC

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The Membership Committee (MemC) is tasked with several objectives:

I. Potential Member Associations in new countries

The MemC identifies countries where there is an identifiable consulting engineering industry and investigate whether there is an existing consulting engineering industry association. If so, the MemC makes contacts to see if there is interest from the local association to becoming a member of FIDIC. The Committee works with the local association to develop a strategy and program for bringing the potential Member Associations into FIDIC.

II. Existing Member Associations.

Some Member Associations are not representative of the industry in country (the Member Association only represents a small fraction of the consulting engineering firms of the country within its membership- the aim should be 50% minimum). The MemC works to identify any “minority” Member Associations in the country to discuss the problem with them and the FIDIC Secretariat. The goal is to establish a strategy to address the issue and encourage a merger or “umbrella” organisations to best represent the industry in country.

Some Member Associations may understate membership numbers. The MemC assists the FIDIC Secretariat and Subscription Fees Committee to establish accurate data for all Member Associations. Where there is understatement, the MemC facilitates conversations with members to reach an agreement to put it right.

The MemC helps Member Associations who are facing management issues within the FIDIC membership and helps to
facilitate capacity development.

III. Member Firms: minimum standards.

There is a perception, even in developed economy countries, that there is a wide variance in the “professionalism” of consulting engineering firms. This variance is even more marked between the consulting engineering firms of different countries within the global economy.

The MemC promotes available FIDIC principles and international standards among Member Associations and firms. The committee is responsible of informing the relevant committees and task groups working with FIDIC standards about regional or international trends in the industry.

IV. Affiliate Membership

The MemC promotes Affiliate Membership among firms that wish to support the objectives of the Federation and that cannot apply to national Member Associations. FIDIC Affiliates can bring benefits to both FIDIC and to Member Associations.

 

 

FIDIC Member Countries

Albania

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Bahrain

Bangladesh

Belgium

Bosnia 

Botswana 

Brazil 

Bulgaria 

Canada 

Chile 

China

China, Hong Kong 

China, Taipei

Colombia 

Croatia

Czech Republic 

Cyprus

Denmark

Dominican Republic

Ecuador 

Egypt 

Estonia 

Finland

France 

Germany 

Ghana 

Greece 

Hungary

Iceland 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Ireland 

Israel 

Italy 

Japan 

Jordan

Kazakhstan 

Kenya

Korea 

Kuwait 

Latvia 

Lebanon 

Lithuania 

Luxembourg 

Malawi 

Malaysia 

Mali 

Mauritius

Mexico 

Moldova

Mongolia

Montenegro

Morocco 

Mozambique

Namibia 

Nepal 

Netherlands 

New Zealand

Nigeria 

Norway 

Pakistan 

Palestine 

Paraguay

Philippines 

Peru

Poland 

Portugal 

Romania 

Russia 

Saudi Arabia 

Serbia 

Singapore 

Slovakia 

Slovenia 

South Africa 

Spain 

Sri Lanka 

Sudan

Suriname 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Tanzania 

Thailand 

Trinidad & Tobago 

Tunisia 

Turkey 

Uganda 

Ukraine 

United Arab Emirates

United Kingdom 

USA 

Uzbekistan 

Vietnam

Zambia

Zimbabwe