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Casebourne points way ahead

ICE CHIEF Executive Mike Casebourne spelt out the contribution the Institution will make to the Movement for Innovation at the M4i conference at Birmingham this week.

Speaking at the Egan-driven seminar Respect for People, chaired by the Government's construction minister Nick Raynsford, Casebourne told delegates: 'Now as never before, when we are striving to improve the construction industry and those who work for it, the professional qualifications and development processes offered by the Institution will be increasingly important.

'The ICE generates the exchange of knowledge through the Technical Boards and Associated Societies to stimulate positive contractual relationships through radical new forms of contract' Casebourne said.

He will also flag up the 'network of networks' of the ICE's Local Associations which could work with M4i.

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