Federación Interamericana de la Industria de la Construcción (FIIC)
Fédération interaméricaine de l'industrie de la construction
Inter-American Federation of the Construction Industry
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1960-11-06 Mexico City Mexico
Founded at 2nd Congress. By-laws amended 10-16 Sep 1962, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). New statutes adopted, 9-11 Nov 1988, Santiago (Chile).
Promote development of the construction industry throughout the American continent; encourage cooperation among contractors and workers and advance their interests; further technical improvements and means of reducing costs; extend the use of private construction companies in public and private projects; contribute to solution of common problems.
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Congress (every 2 years). Management Council (meets annually), consisting of 2 representatives from each member body. Executive Committee, consisting of President, 2 Vice-Presidents and Secretary-General. Secretariat General. Consultative Council of former Presidents of the Executive Council.
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