FIDIC reaches out to global stakeholders to help plot future strategy


International engineering federation FIDIC is casting the net globally for input into its new strategic plan.

Global engineering federation FIDIC (International Federation of Consulting Engineers) is enlisting the help of its global stakeholder base to assist in the casting its next strategic plan.

As it starts the groundwork and research to develop its new strategy to cover the period 2025 to 2029, FIDIC has enlisted the help of specialist economics, data insight and public policy consultancy WPI Economics to help conduct a detailed survey of the views of its global member associations and other key stakeholders.

FIDIC hopes that by involving these key stakeholders in the development of its new strategic plan it will make for a more relevant, dynamic and up-to-date strategy that will help keep FIDIC at the forefront of representing its member associations and the global consultancy and engineering sector.

Dr Nelson Ogunshakin, FIDIC CEO, commented: “FIDIC last reviewed its strategic plan in 2019 for the period 2020 to 2024 and our current plan is now due to expire. Over the past five years there has been significant change and progress both in the way FIDIC operates and the services it provides.

“Our stakeholders have always played an essential role in the development of our organisation and what we do, so consulting them at this crucial point in the development of FIDIC, as we look to develop our next strategic plan, is a logical thing for us to do and we hope to garner a lot of valuable feedback to help us develop a robust and effective plan for the 2025-2029 period. I’d encourage all our stakeholders to give us their feedback to enable us to deliver the best possible plan for FIDIC which will also help support our industry over the years ahead.”

The WPI Economics survey can be completed online and will take around 15 minutes to complete. The survey is being conducted, analysed and results presented independently to the FIDIC board by WPI Economics. No individuals will be identified to FIDIC.

Click here to take part in the FIDIC strategic plan survey.