The newly appointed CEO of Malta’s Building and Construction Agency (BCA), Karl Azzopardi, has been awarded a Fellowship at the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
A prominent figure in the local construction industry, Mr Azzopardi also serves as Vice-President of the Malta Chamber of Construction Management, which announced his fellowship on social media.
As a Fellow of the CIOB, he is recognised as “amongst the most experienced and knowledgeable professionals in the construction industry”.
Fellowship at the internationally recognised institute, headquartered in the UK, is “independently benchmarked at Level 7, which is comparable to a British Master’s Degree”, according to the CIOB.
It sees applicant produce extended essays providing reflective accounts of projects or initiatives they have led, the attending of a professional discussion called a “viva voce” exam, before culminating with a workshop at the organisations London or Bracknell Offices, which can be attended virtually.
Aside from his positions at the aforementioned organisations, Mr Azzopardi is the Chief Executive Officer of INDIS Malta Ltd, which is responsible for the management and administration of Government-owned industrial estates located around the Maltese islands.