Fellows of the Nigerian Institute of Building have called on professionals in the built environment to embrace global best practices in performing their duties.
Kunle Wahab,, who was a past President of the NIOB and former Special Adviser to the President on Budget Monitoring and Price Intelligence, said this would enable builders to deliver more ground-breaking projects.
Wahab and others who spoke at the meeting of the College of Fellows, NIOB Lagos State Chapter, said builders in the country must continue to demonstrate high level of professional conducts.
The Chairman, Lagos chapter of the institute, Adenike Said, noted that the Fellows must also continue to promote professionalism in the sector through continuous interaction.
“As members of the College of Fellows, we must continue to play our active roles by contributing ideas and suggestions that will boost professionalism and the development of the practise among members, as well as mentor the young and upcoming professionals on the ethics of the profession,” she added.