The core of this agreement lies in the mutual commitment to enhance the development of the built environment sector in the Middle East
In a remarkable stride towards advancing professionalism and industry best practices, the Community Association Institute Middle East (CAIME) has entered into a momentous Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). This collaboration is poised to revolutionize the Middle East’s built environment by promoting the adoption of RICS professional standards and facilitating the exchange of vital professional knowledge.
The core of this agreement lies in the mutual commitment to enhance the development of the built environment sector in the Middle East. By embracing RICS professional standards, CAIME and RICS aim to nurture a culture of excellence and innovation, further propelling the industry towards international standards and recognition. Acting in public interest, this partnership establishes a robust framework for sharing expertise, ensuring competence, and shaping the future evolution of industry norms.
Highlighting the significance of the partnership, Andrew Minihan, Partner Development & Public Affairs Manager, UAE, says, “The agreement contributes to the advancement and further development of professionalism by encouraging industry best practices through the adoption and implementation of RICS professional standards for the benefit of the Middle East built environment sector. RICS is excited to work with CAIME as its members work in a distinct and ever-growing market. This MoU offers an excellent opportunity for us to enhance and further develop the skills of those individuals, whilst learning more about the challenges and obstacles faced within the market.”
Garry Murray, Board Member & President of CAIME, adds, “This strategic partnership is set to unlock a world of possibilities for our community of dedicated professionals. Together, we are committed to fostering a culture of continuous learning, knowledge sharing, and innovation in the field of community management and the built environment.”
With a shared vision of excellence, this partnership is poised to shape the future landscape of the industry, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and transformative progress.