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Madar FM becomes BSRIA member

Madar FM, based in Saudi Arabia, has joined BSRIA as a corporate member.

Madar FM, based in Saudi Arabia, has joined BSRIA as a corporate member.

The company has joined primarily to receive BSRIA’s highly specialist technical information updates and to share updates in the association’s best practice in the built environment.

Saudi Arabia is currently experiencing a construction boom and Madar FM is at the forefront of this. As the construction market matures, smooth and efficient practices in construction and post-occupancy are paramount.

BSRIA is playing its role in delivering a better built environment by taking its message overseas to a global market. Madar FM joining highlights BSRIA’s overseas membership which supports improvements in the built environment.

Membership manager, Mike Doig (pictured right), said: “We are delighted that Madar FM has joined BSRIA as corporate members and look forward to working with them, moving forward. There is certainly big potential in the global construction market right now, especially in Saudi Arabia.”

 

26 April 2017

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