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June 2014 - CIDB Malaysia
issue 02
June 2014
ISSN 1985-1887
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NEWSLETTER for
THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT BOARD MALAYSIA
Discovering
Smart Cities
2 SIDANG PENGARANG EDITORIAL BOARD
Creating
Smart Cities
Peter Cave, Country President
of Schneider Electric Malaysia
in October last year said more
Malaysians are now familiar with
the idea of green living but as a
whole, the awareness is still relatively
low. He proposed that for better
living, people need to manage
resources better, make homes and
building smarter, develop greener
transportation systems and improve
on public services.
In the next 40 years according to
U.N. Population Division, 70 per cent
of the world’s populations will be
living in cities. The challenges of city
living such as congestion, increasing
demand and power outages, climate
changes and such, will impact how
we live. It takes a lot of work and
participation, not just from the
government and the businesses, but
also individuals to make the smart city
a reality. But it is achievable.
including Dubai, Tokyo, Seoul,
New York, Shanghai, Singapore,
Amsterdam and Cairo. Some
have smart systems, smart energy
management or intelligent traffic
systems; others have smart water
management systems. How about
Malaysia? Are we ready to be listed as
one of the smart cities in the world?
Discover more about smart cities are
and how Kuala Lumpur can join the
world’s elite list of smart cities.
There are major cities out there have
embarked on smart city projects,
Photography
Shamsol Bahar Abd Manaf
Resources from other Divisions
EDITORIAL
BOARD
Sidang Pengarang
Honorary Advisor
Dato’ Sri Ir. Dr. Judin Abd. Karim
CIDB Publication Commitee
Sariah Abdul Karib
Megat Kamil Azmi
Ir. Elias Ismail
Ir. Ahmad ‘Asri Abdul Hamid
Chief Editor
Noryani Ismail
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Kindly forward them to the above email.
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KANDUNGAN CONTENT 3
Content
PG02 SIDANG PENGARANG /EDITORIAL
BOARD
PG03 KANDUNGAN/CONTENT
PG04-08 UTAMA/COVER STORY
MALAYSIA’S SMART CITY INITIATIVE
•What is Smart City?
•5 Steps on How to Launch a Smart City
•Sokong Wujud Bandar Pintar Malaysia -Kenya
•Sokong Wujud Bandar Pintar Malaysia -Spain
•Sokong Wujud Bandar Pintar Malaysia -Hong
Kong
•Sokong Wujud Bandar Pintar Malaysia -Sri
Lanka
•Sokong Wujud Bandar Pintar Malaysia -Jepun
PG09 5 TERBAIK/TOP 5
World Top 5 Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design
PG10 -11 CATATAN PERISTIWA/DIARY OF
EVENTS
• Ketua Hakim Rasmi Mahkamah Pembinaan
•Monier Established 5 Roofing Training Facilities
• Kampung Orang Asli Sungai Miak terima
Balairaya Serba Baru
• 300 Graduan ABM Terima Sijil Kecekapan
Kemahiran
PG12-13 MERENTAS BENUA/OVERSEAS
VENTURE
• Peluang Pembinaan dalam Industri Nuklear
• NCA Kenya Melawat CIDB Malaysia
•Talgo, Spain Berminat Projek HSR
• CIDB Sambut Deligasi Timur Tengah
• Pelajar Hong Kong Melawat CREAM
PG14-15 SANA SINI/WHAT’S HAPPENING
• Operasi Penguatkuasaan Tapak Pembinaan - KKR
• CIDB Sumbang Malam Media 2014
• Pengurusan Cerun Mampu Jimat Jutaan Ringgit
•Produk NS Bluescope Diiktiraf SIRIM
PG16 IDEA
Developing a Green Sustainable Products Future of
Building Materials Through CFP CONSTRUCTION
ASSOCIATION UPDATES ::: BMDAM
PG17-18 PUSAT MAKLUMAT/INFO HUB
• Saudi Arabia Commence Phase II High-Speed
Inter-City Rail Transport System
• Statistik kontraktor berdaftar
•Top 10 Construction Projects
PG19 ACARA/EVENT
ICW 2014: Building a Better Tomorrow
4 UTAMA COVER STORY
Malaysia’s
Smart City
Initiative
According to the McKinsey Global
Institute’s extensive study of global cities,
80% of global GDP is generated in cities with
50% in the 380 major cities of the developed
world and 10% in the largest 220 cities of
the developing world.
The world population is moving
from rural to urban locations in rapid
pace. Urban populations will grow
by an estimated 2.3 billion over the
next 40 years, and as much as 70
percent of the world’s population
will live in cities by 2050.
According to the McKinsey Global
Institute’s extensive study of
global cities, 80% of global GDP is
generated in cities with 50% in the
380 major cities of the developed
world and 10% in the largest 220
cities of the developing world.
This growth of a global urban middle
class, with correspondingly high
expectations of public services and
the quality of the urban infrastructure
and environment, will have a
profound impact on the market for
smart city services.
A Smart City should enable every
citizen to engage with all the services
on offer, public as well as private, in a
way best suited to his or her needs.
Smart communities in Smart City
of the future therefore, will be
running on networked information
providing integrated services. Using
intelligent networking capabilities
to provide connected communities
that bring together new public and
private partnerships for a common
purpose: sustaining economic
growth, engaging people of all ages
and abilities, addressing on-going
environmental issues, and elevating
quality of life.
MSC-Malaysia as backbone for
Smart City Initiative
The introduction of Malaysia
Multimedia Super Corridor (MSCMalaysia) in 1996 is the starting point
for Malaysia initiative in developing
Smart City.
MSC-Malaysia is a dedicated 15
X 50 km Corridor, stretching from
the Petronas Twin Towers (KLCC)
in the north to the Kuala Lumpur
International Airport (KLIA) in the
south; and encompasses Cyberjaya
(the Technology Core) and Putrajaya
(the new administrative capital of
Malaysia) is divided into three phases
from 1996 to 2020.
In Phase 1 (1996-2003), MSCMalaysia was successfully created.
Every milestone set for Phase 1 was
surpassed.
UTAMA COVER STORY 5
In Phase 2, a web of similar corridors
will be established in Malaysia, and
a global framework of cyber laws will
be passed; furthermore at least four
of five intelligent cities will be linked
to other global cities worldwide.
In Phase 3, Malaysia will evolve into
one Multimedia Super Corridor. An
International Cybercourt of Justice
will be established in MSC-Malaysia
and 12 intelligent cities will be linked
to the global information highway.
Iskandar Malaysia the Pilot Region
for a Smart City Model in Malaysia
According to Iskandar Regional
Development Authority (IRDA)
Chief Executive Officer Datuk Ismail
Ibrahim, in an interview with The Star,
the Iskandar Malaysia Smart City
Framework is based on three main
pillars: economy, environment and
social aspects.
He says “smart integration of
investments in human and social
capital, combining hard and soft
infrastructure that fuel sustainable
economic development, a high
quality of life, wise management
of natural resources, through
participatory governance.”
The smart city programme will
be applied in Nusajaya whose
development has already embraced
the smart city concept.
Iskandar Malaysia the country’s first economic growth corridor was launched on Nov 4, 2006. It was then known
as the South Johor Economic Region. In April 2008, the name was changed to Iskandar Malaysia in honour of
the late Sultan Iskandar Ibni Almarhum Sultan Ismail of Johor.
Iskandar Malaysia covers a 2,217sqkm area in the southernmost part of Johor. Three times bigger than
Singapore and twice the size of Hong Kong, Iskandar Malaysia is divided into five flagship development zones:
Johor Baru City Centre, Nusajaya, Eastern Gate Development, Western Gate Development and Senai-Kulai.
6 UTAMA COVER STORY
What is a
Smart City?
According to Business Dictionary,
Smart City define as a developed
urban area that creates sustainable
economic development and high
quality of life by excelling in multiple
key areas; economy, mobility,
environment, people, living, and
government. Excelling in these key
areas can be done so through strong
human capital, social capital, and/
or ICT infrastructure. The concept
of a smart city also evolving and the
work of defining and conceptualizing
the term is in progress. Some of the
earlier outcomes of this activities
included:
• A city well performing in
a forward-looking way in
economy, people, governance,
mobility, environment, and
living, built on the smart
combination of endowments
and activities of self-decisive,
independent and aware citizens.
• A city that monitors and
integrates conditions of all of its
critical infrastructures, including
roads, bridges, tunnels, rails,
subways, airports, seaports,
communications, water, power,
even major buildings, can
better optimize its resources,
plan its preventive maintenance
activities, and monitor security
aspects while maximizing
services to its citizens.
The use of Smart Computing
technologies to make the critical
infrastructure components and services of
a city––which include city administration,
education, healthcare, public safety, real
estate, transportation, and utilities––more
intelligent, interconnected, and efficient”.
• A city connecting the
physical infrastructure, the
IT infrastructure, the social
infrastructure, and the business
infrastructure to leverage the
collective intelligence of the city.
• A city striving to make itself
“smarter” (more efficient,
sustainable, equitable, and
liveable)
• A city combining ICT and Web
2.0 technology with other
organizational, design and
planning efforts to dematerialize
and speed up bureaucratic
processes and help to identify
new, innovative solutions to city
management complexity, in
order to improve sustainability
and liveability.
• The use of Smart Computing
technologies to make the critical
infrastructure components and
services of a city––which include
city administration, education,
healthcare, public safety, real
estate, transportation, and
utilities––more intelligent,
interconnected, and efficient”.
UTAMA COVER STORY 7
Building smart integrated energy
systems for cities is a core Schneider
Electric value.
5 Steps on
How to Launch a
Smart City
by Schneider Electric
In the next 40 years, 70% of
the planet will be living in cities.
Such explosive growth presents
challenges to existing city
infrastructures. Systems that
traditionally have operated in
stand-alone silos – electric grids, gas
and water distribution, wastewater
treatment, public and private
transportation, commercial buildings,
hospitals, homes – must become
integrated to create more efficient,
livable and sustainable cities.
Get started: 5-step practical
approach
Smart Cities start with smart
systems. The Schneider ElectricTM
methodology combines a bottomup, systems-centric approach with
top-down, data-driven actionable
intelligence.
Step 1: Setting the vision
Collaboration is essential for Smart
City development. Everyone –
municipal governments, the private
sector and citizens – needs to
develop and buy into a shared vision
of their future city.
Cities must prioritize their pain points,
identifying which ones need immediate
attention. Then they should engage an
energy management partner to assess
requirements and make recommendations
for the most appropriate technology.
Step 2: Choosing the right
technology
Cities must prioritize their pain
points, identifying which ones
need immediate attention.
Then they should engage an
energy management partner to
assess requirements and make
recommendations for the most
appropriate technology.
Step 3: Integrating the systems
System architectures must facilitate
data capture, sharing and analysis
to improve performance. Gathering
system data from the bottom up
(from smart meters, for example),
and then harnessing it for analysis
from the top down (via software
dashboards), enables cities to make
informed and accurate decisions.
Step 4: Leveraging innovative
business models
Tools like energy savings
performance contracts allow cities to
fund improvements without a large,
up-front cash investment.
Step 5: Driving collaboration
Cities must insist that technology
and energy patterns work in a
collaborative manner to build the
most valuable long-term solutions.
Each city faces its own unique set
of challenges. There is no ‘one size
fits all’ blueprint. But following
this 5-step approach based on
collaboration, innovation, integration
and actionable intelligence puts you
on the road to a Smart City.
Learn more about planning a Smart City. Download “The Smart City Cornerstone: Urban Efficiency” and stand a chance to WIN 1
out of 20 anti-slip pad. Visit www.SEreply.com and enter Key Code 51811Y. Reprinted with permission from Schneider Electric.
8 UTAMA COVER STORY
Sokong Wujud
Bandar Pintar
Malaysia
Rata-rata negara luar menyokong penuh inisiatif Malaysia mewujudkan Bandar
Pintar di kawasan-kawasan yang menjadi tumpuan pelancong dan pesat
membangun. Antara kawasan yang berpotensi untuk dinaik taraf menjadi
bandar pintar menurut mereka termasuklah Putrajaya, Cyberjaya, Kuala
Lumpur dan Wilayah Iskandar, Johor.
Berikut adalah reaksi dan cadangan mereka yang sempat ditemubual oleh kru
CIDB News ketika kunjungan mereka ke Malaysia baru-baru ini.
“Salah satu kriteria penting dalam mewujudkan bandar pintar adalah menyediakan kemudahan
infrastruktur awam yang bukan sahaja dapat mengakses banyak kawasan malah selesa dan
mudah. Pun begitu, banyak perkara perlu dipertimbangkan kerana menyediakan pengangkutan
awam yang berteknologi tinggi dan pintar bukan sahaja memerlukan pelaburan besar malah
banyak perkara perlu dipertimbangkan bagi memastikan ia dapat dilaksanakan dengan jayanya,”.
Luis Lopez, Spain
“Malaysia antara negara Asia yang begitu cepat
pembangunannya dari segi teknologi dan
pembangunan kemudahan infrastrukturnya. Adalah
satu tindakan wajar sekiranya Wilayah Iskandar Johor
dijadikan hab bandar pintar selain Putrajaya dan Kuala
Lumpur. Ini kerana kawasan tersebut bukan sahaja
baru malah pembangunannya juga terancang,”.
“Ini merupakan
kunjungan
pertama saya
bersama
rakan-rakan ke
Malaysia. Saya
bukan sahaja
teruja dengan pembangunan
bandar metropolitan Kuala
Lumpur malah pembangunan
drastiknya yang seakan-akan
Hong Kong. Cuma uniknya
Malaysia dilengkapi dengan pusat
pentadbiran setempat di Putrajaya
yang berpotensi dinaiktaraf
menjadi bandar pintar,”.
“Saya begitu kagum dengan pembangunan
pesat Malaysia dalam tempoh yang begitu
singkat. Banyak tempat di Malaysia yang saya
lihat berpotensi dibangunkan menjadi bandar
pintar seperti Putrajaya dan Cyberjaya,”.
Chung Pui Wa, Hong Kong
Christine Kirimi, Kenya
W.M. Jayantha, Sri Lanka
“Saya kira satu idea yang bijak jika Malaysia mengambil inisiatif menaik taraf status bandar sedia ada kepada
bandar pintar. Hal ini kerana ia akan menarik lebih ramai pelancong disamping menjadi batu loncatan dan
dorongan untuk penghasilan idea dan inovasi baru dikalangan generasi muda Malaysia,”.
Yasuaki Suzuki, Jepun
5 TERBAIK TOP 5 9
Top
5
Countries
in Energy and Environmental Design
On 1st May 2014, U.S. Green
Building Council (USGBC) released
its countries ranking for Leadership
in Energy and Environmental
Design (LEED) outside of the
United States, demonstrating the
global reach of the movement and
it reflects the global adaptability of
the world’s most widely used and
recognized system guiding the
design, construction, operations and
maintenance of green buildings.
The ranking countries for LEED
outside of the U.S. is based on
cumulative gross square meters
(GSM) of space certified to LEED in
each nation as of April 2014.
3. India, one of the two worlds’
fastest growing economies and
rapid adopters of sustainable
building practices, took third
place on the list, boasting 11.64
million GSM of LEED-certified
space.
4. Other Asian nations include
South Korea, at No. 4 with 3.84
million GSM of LEED-certified
space and
5. Taiwan, at No. 5 with 2.98 million
GSM.
The full ranking is as follows:
1. LEED-registered and -certified
projects, representing 58.66
million total GSM of LEED
space.
2. At No. 2 China, the world’s
fastest growing economies and
rapid adopters of sustainable
building practices boasting
14.30 million GSM of LEEDcertified space.
About LEED
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building certification system is the world’s
foremost program for the design, construction, maintenance and operations of green buildings. Every day,
1.7 million square feet (140,000 square meters) of space is certified using LEED. LEED seeks to optimize the
use of natural resources, promote regenerative and restorative strategies, maximize the positive and minimize
the negative environmental and human health consequences of the construction industry, and provide highquality indoor environments for building occupants. LEED certification demonstrates leadership, innovation,
environmental stewardship and social responsibility. LEED gives building owners and operators the tools they
need to immediately improve both building performance and the bottom line.
10 CATATAN PERISTIWA DIARY OF EVENTS
Ketua Hakim Rasmi
Mahkamah Pembinaan
14 APRIL, Kuala Lumpur – Dua
Mahkamah Pembinaan yang pertama
di Malaysia, masing-masing terletak
di Kuala Lumpur dan Shah Alam
dirasmikan penubuhannya hari ini
oleh Ketua Hakim Negara, Tun Arifin
Zakaria.
Kingdom yang telah menubuhkan
Mahkamah Teknologi dan Pembinaan
(TCC).
Perlaksanaan CIPAA diumumkan
Inisiatif penubuhan Mahkamah
Pembinaan bermula seiring dengan
cadangan pelaksaanan Akta Bayaran
dan Adjudikasi Industri Pembinaan
Kedua-dua mahkamah khas ini
berperanan menyelesaikan pertikaian (CIPAA). Di dalam ucapan aluannya,
Menteri Kerja Raya, Datuk Haji
yang berlaku di dalam industri
Fadillah Haji Yusof mengumumkan
pembinaan telah direalisasikan
perlaksanakan CIPAA yang
kewujudannya pada April tahun lalu,
setelah Lembaga Industri Pembinaan berkuatkuasa pada 15 Mei 2014,
sehari selepas perasmian Mahkamah
Malaysia (CIDB) membuat usul
cadangan kepada Badan Kehakiman Pembinaan.
pada Januari 2013.
Pelaksanaan CIPAA bakal
memberikan kelegaan besar
Penubuhan mahkamah khas
kepada industri pembinaan di
ini dijangka dapat mengubah
persekitaran bisnes di dalam industri Malaysia kerana akta ini bertindak
sebagai timbang tara yang
pembinaan negara. Pertikaian di
dalam industri pembinaan juga dapat berpotensi menyelesaikan masalah
berkaitan kelewatan pembayaran
diselesaikan dengan lebih cepat
dan pertikaian pembinaan yang
oleh hakim-hakim yang mempunyai
berpanjangan.
kepakaran dan berpengalaman
dalam kes-kes pembinaan,
Melangkah ke hadapan, CIDB
Kewujudan mahkamah khas ini juga
telah menubuhkan satu unit untuk
telah meletakkan Malaysia sebagai
mengesan dan menganalisis kesantara negara-negara terawal di
kes yang dibawa ke Mahkamah
dunia yang mempunyai mahkamah
Pembinaan untuk mengkaji apakah
khas untuk industri pembinaan.
punca lazim pertikaian yang berlaku
Negara pertama adalah United
Monier
Established
5 Roofing
Training
Facilities
22 MEI, Kuala Lumpur – With close
collaborations with CIDB Malaysia
and Akademi Binaan Malaysia (ABM),
Monier Malaysia Sdn. Bhd have finally
established five roof training facilities
in Peninsula Malaysia and another in
Sarawak.
Ketua Hakim Negara, Tun Arifin Zakaria
(tengah) memotong riben sebagai simbolik
perasmian dua Mahkamah Pembinaan
Malaysia sambil disaksikan oleh Datuk Haji
Fadillah bin Haji Yusof (dua dari kiri)
Ketua Hakim Negara, Tun Arifin Zakaria (tiga dari kiri)
ketika hadir merasmikan Dua Mahkamah Pembinaan
pertama Malaysia di Jalan Duta.
dalam lingkungan industri. Di
samping itu, CIDB juga merancang
untuk mendapatkan gambaran yang
lebih mengenai isu-isu yang spesifik
berhubung industri pembinaan di
Malaysia.
ABM roofing workshop training area within Peninsular
Malaysia and Sarawak
The instructor is giv
during advance roo ing explanation to the participants
f training last mo
nth.
According to Monier spoke person,
after 1st August 2013, the company
had been working hand in hand
with respective ABM trainers and
coordinator in setting up the roof
training facility to house basic
and advanced roofing solutions
workshops.
“Since the collaboration, Monier
Malaysia together with CIDB Malaysia
and ABM have trained up to 206
professional contractors from 158
companies. We believe, we would
be able to train more professional
contractors in the best practices of
roof installation,” he said.
CATATAN PERISTIWA DIARY OF EVENTS 11
Kampung Orang Asli
Sungai Miak terima
Balairaya Serba Baru
Brigade, program CSR CIDB dan
penggiat industri pembinaan.
Timbalan Menteri Kerja Raya, Datuk Rosnah Abdul
Rashid Shirlin menurunkan tandatangan sebagai
simbolik penyerahan balairaya baru kepada JAKOA
Antara jawatakuasa penyelaras yang
terlibat menjayakan
penyerahan balairaya baru masyaraka
t Orang Asli di Sg.
Miak
12 MEI, Bentong – Jika dulu
masyarakat Orang Asli di Sg.
Miak giat menjalankan aktivti
kemasyrakatan mereka di dalam
sebuah balairaya usang dan teruk di
makan anai-anai, kini mereka boleh
menggunakan sebuah balairaya
yang lebih besar dan serba baru
yang dibina melalui program Build
Timbalan Menteri Kerja Raya, Datuk
Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin telah
meluangkan masa untuk merasmikan
dan menyempurnakan penyerahan
balairaya baru tersebut kepada
Jabatan Kemajuan Orang Asli
(JAKOA) Pahang.
Sdn Bhd untuk Khidmat Perunding
Struktur Bangunan, YTY Engineering
Sdn Bhd untuk membekal dan
memasang Light Weight Steel
Roof Truss dan Metal Fascia Board,
Aalborg Portland Malaysia Sdn Bhd
untuk White Cement Product dan
Akademi Binaan Malaysia Wilayah
Tengah membekal dan memasang
kelengkapan elektrik.
Dewan tersebut yang menggunakan
kaedah sistem binaan berindustri
(IBS) hasil inovasi tempatan, Duralite
Malaysia Sdn. Bhd yang berbesar
hati menyumbangkan bahan binaan
untuk projek tersebut. Persatuan
Kontraktor Melayu Malaysia pula
menyumbangkan kepakaran sebagai
pengurus projek dan membekalkan
tenaga kerja bagi menyiapkan
bangunan yang dianggarkan bernilai
RM160,000 tersebut.
Selain itu, AAP Construction &
Resources membekal Asbestos
Siling, Exora Trading membekal
bumbung Metal Deck, Bin Aziz
Construction membekal Plaster
Ceiling, Akar Kristal Sdn Bhd untuk
Kelengkapan Tandas dan AMJB
Enterprise membekal pintu dan cat
pintu, Abdul Majid bin Ahmad untuk
pemasangan Mozek Tandas dan N
& K Jaya Enterprise untuk Kerja-kerja
Penyediaan Kabel Utama Elektrik.
Penggiat industri yang menyumbang
untuk projek ini termasuk, Masri
Onn Chartered Architect untuk Reka
Bentuk Bangunan, KL Prima Consult
300 Graduan ABM
terima Sijil Kecekapan
Kemahiran
29 APRIL, Kuala Lumpur –
Seramai 300 graduan Akademi
Binaan Malaysia (ABM) menerima
Sijil Kecekapan Kemahiran masingmasing sempena Majlis Graduasi
ABM yang diadakan di Dewan
Perdana Felda, Jalan Perdana.
Majlis graduasi yang disempurnakan
oleh Menteri Kerja Raya, Datuk
Fadillah Yusof itu adalah sebahagian
daripada 28,000 belia dan personel
binaan yang disasar oleh CIDB
Malaysia untuk dilatih pada tahun ini.
“Tahun lepas, CIDB Malaysia telah
berjaya melatih 27,424 personel
binaan dan 75 peratus daripadanya
berjaya mendapat pekerjaan
mengikut bidang yang mereka
pelajari.
“Tahun ini kita sasar untuk melahirkan
28,000 lagi personel binaan
yang dilatih dalam industri yang
mempunyai permintaan tinggi dalam
industri,” katanya ketika berucap
pada majlis graduasi itu.
Hadir sama pada majlis itu Ketua
Setiausaha Kementerian Kerja Raya
Datuk Himmat Singh; Pengerusi
CIDB Malaysia, Tan Sri Dr Ahmad
Tajuddin Ali; Ketua Eksekutif CIDB
Malaysia, Dato’ Sri Ir Dr Judin Abdul
Karim dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif
bergambar kenangan
Sebahagian daripada graduan ABM Dr Ahmad
Sri
bersama Datuk Fadillah Yusof, Tan
Abdul Karim.
Tajuddin Ali dan Dato’ Sri Ir Dr Judin
CIDB Holdings Sdn. Bhd, Abdul Latiff
Hitam.
Selain majlis graduasi itu, ABM turut
menandatangani Memorandum
Persefahaman (MoU) bersama tujuh
lagi rakan strategik iaitu Cementaid
Sdn. Bhd, Lend Lease Projects
(M) Sdn. Bhd, UAC Berhad, BWYS
Group, Urbanisma Consulting Group
(UCG), Yayasan Pelajaran MARA dan
Persatuan Kontraktor Jentera Melayu
Malaysia (PKJMM).
Perjanjian persefahaman itu akan
memberi fokus kepada latihan dalam
bidang pembinaan berimpak tinggi.
12 MERENTAS BENUA OVERSEAS VENTURE
Peluang Pembinaan
dalam Industri Nuklear
23 APRIL, London – Sebagai usaha
mewujudkan peluang perniagaan
kepada peneraju industri pembinaan
tempatan dalam industri nuklear,
CIDB Malaysia mengadakan
perbincangan dengan World Nuclear
Association (WNA) yang diwakili oleh
Penasihat Kanan WNA India, Shah
Nawaz Ahmad dan Patricia Wieland
dari World Nuclear University (WNU)
serta Sheriffah Noor Khamseah AlIdid dari Jabatan Tenaga Nuklear
Malaysia.
Perbincangan yang dipengerusikan
oleh Pengurus Kanan Bahagian
Bisnes CIDB Malaysia, Sr. Noridah
Shaffii itu antara lain membincangkan
kerjasama yang boleh dicapai
antara CIDB Malaysia, WNA dan
WNU bersama persatuan-persatuan
pembinaan di Malaysia dalam latihan
dan penyediaan sumber tenaga
kontraktor untuk pembinaan loji
kuasa nuklear di negara-negara yang
memiliki sumber nuklear.
Turut hadir pada sesi perbincangan
itu ialah, Pengurus Kanan Bahagian
Antarabangsa CIDB Malaysia, Zainora
Zainal, wakil-wakil Persatuan Bahan
Binaan India (PBAM), Persatuan
Kontraktor Melayu Malaysia (PKMM),
Persatuan Pemaju dan Hartanah
Malaysia (REHDA),Persatuan Elektrik
dan Elektronik Malaysia (TEEAM),
Master Builder Association Malaysia
(MBAM), Royal Instituation of
Surveyors Malaysia (RISM), TNB
Nothern Energy Berhad dan
Tidalmarine Engineering Sdn. Bhd
NCA Kenya Melawat
CIDB Malaysia
07 APRIL, Kenya – Pengurus
Besar Bahagian Kontraktor dan Levi
CIDB Malaysia, Ida Zuraida Mohd
Yusoff (tengah) bersama delegasi
National Construction Authority
(NCA), Kenya yang diwakili oleh
Pengurus Besar Sumber Manusia
dan Pentadbiran NCA, Dinah Kirwa;
Pengurus Kewangan, Christine Kirimi;
Pegawai Penyiasat, Eng. Isaiah Achini
dan Pengurus Perhubungan Awam,
Klangui Gitei ketika kunjungan
mereka di ibu pejabat CIDB Malaysia.
Kedatangan deligasi NCA itu adalah
bertujuan untuk mempelajari regulasi
pembinaan yang dipraktik dan
dikuatkuasakan oleh CIDB Malaysia
selain ingin mengetahui pelaksanaan
Levi serta prosedur pendaftaran
kontraktor di Malaysia.
MERENTAS BENUA OVERSEAS VENTURE 13
Talgo, Spain
Berminat Projek HSR
23 MAC, Spain – Cadangan kerajaan
untuk membina perkhidmatan
rel berkelajuan tinggi (HSR) yang
membabitkan laluan baru di
kawasan pantai barat Semenanjung
iaitu dari kawasan pertumbuhan
tinggi Greater KL, Johor Bahru dan
Singapura mendorong sebuah
syarikat antarabangsa yang berpusat
di Spain iaitu Talgo mengadakan
perbincangan empat mata dengan
CIDB Malaysia.
Perbincangan yang dipengerusikan
oleh Ketua Eksekutif CIDB Malaysia,
Dato’ Sri Ir. Dr Judin Abdul Karim
itu bertujuan untuk perkongsian
maklumat disamping ingin
mewujudkan kerjasama Talgo
dengan peneraju industri pembinaan
tempatan berhubung projek HSR
yang dikatakan mampu mencapai
kelajuan sehingga 450 kilometer
(km) sejam, sekali gus menjadi
pengangkutan darat paling pantas
dan cekap ke selatan.
CIDB Sambut Deligasi
Timur Tengah
9 MEI, Bahrain – Sistem
pengurusan dan pentadbiran CIDB
Malaysia sekali lagi mendapat
pengiktirafan antarabangsa apabila
kunjungan deligasi luar Kementerian
Kerja Raya Bahrain ke ibu pejabat
CIDB Malaysia baru-baru ini
berminat untuk menjadikan CIDB
Malaysia sebagai asas rujukan untuk
memantapkan industri pembinaan
negara Timur Tengah itu.
Perbincangan yang dipengerusikan
oleh Pengurus Besar Kanan
Sektor Korporat dan Bisnes CIDB
Malaysia, Sariah Abdul Karib itu
turut menyaksikan Pengurus Besar
Pelajar
Hong Kong
Melawat
CREAM
22 MEI, Hong Kong – Selaras
dengan kesedaran mengenai
teknologi terkini, Lembaga
Pembangunan Industri Pembinaan
Malaysia (CIDB Malaysia) dengan
kerjasama Innovative Mapping
Solutions Sdn. Bhd. (IMS) telah
mengadakan ceramah teknikal
Bahagian Personel Binaan, Dato’
Ir. Rohaizi Mohd Jusoh; Pengurus
Besar Bahagian Bisnes, Sr. Noridah
Shafii; Pengurus Kanan Bahagian
Bisnes, Ir. M. Ramuseren Muthu dan
wakil Bahagian Kontraktor dan Levi
serta Bahagian Teknologi hadir sama
dalam sesi perkongsian maklumat
tersebut.
Sementara deligasi Bahrain pula
diketuai oleh Pengarah Bahan
Kejuruteraan Kementerian Kerja Raya
Bahrain, Sameer Abdul-Karim Affouni
yang turut ditemani oleh rakan
sejawatnya Shaifful Anuar Moh’d
Yunus dan Mohamed Hafiz Hashim.
berkaitan teknologi imbasan satelit
yang boleh mengawasi struktur
kedalaman (subsidence) tanah.
Hadir sama ialah Ketua Pegawai
Eksekutif IMS, Dato’ Azhar Salleh.
Ceramah tersebut disampaikan oleh
Pengarah Pembangunan Bisnes
TerraSar-X Asia Pasifik, Ralf Duering.
Ceramah selama setengah hari
ini disertai lebih 40 peserta terdiri
daripada wakil-wakil penggiat industri
serta pegawai agensi kerajaan
berkaitan.
14 SANA SINI WHAT’S HAPPENING
Gambar Kiri
Datuk Fadillah Yusof memberi penjelasan
tentang misi operasi penguatkuasaan
kepada agensi-agensi yang terlibat pada hari
berkenaan.
Gambar Kanan
Datuk Fadillah Yusof (kiri) menjalankan
pemeriksaan terhadap pembinaan
Kampus UniKL-MIAT.
Menteri
Kerja Raya
Pantau
Keselamatan
di Tapak
Binaan
SELANGOR – Bagi memastikan
kontraktor binaan mengikut
peraturan keselamatan yang
ditetapkan, Menteri Kerja Raya,
Datuk Fadillah Yusof sendiri telah
turun padang bagi mengetuai
operasi Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR)
untuk penguatkuasaan tapak binaan
bersama CIDB Malaysia, Jabatan
Imigresen, Majlis Perbandaran
Shah Alam dan Jabatan Kesihatan
Malaysia.
Operasi tersebut diadakan di tapak
pembinaan Kampus UniKL-Malaysia
Institute of Aviation Technology
(MIAT), Jalan Lapangan Terbang
Subang bulan lepas.
Datuk Fadillah Yusof berkata,
kerjasama ini sebagai langkah
pelaksanaan penguatkuasaan
terhadap tapak-tapak pembinaan
yang berkemungkinan berisiko
mendatangkan kemalangan kepada
pekerja dan orang awam.
“Kebanyakan insiden atau
kemalangan di tapak binaan
berlaku kerana sikap ambil mudah
kontraktor dan pemaju terhadap
isu-isu keselamatan termasuklah
menggunakan peralatan lama yang
tidak selamat digunakan.
“Justeru operasi ini dibuat bagi
mengenalpasti langkah-langkah yang
perlu diambil supaya kejadian tidak
dingini berlaku,” katanya semasa
sidang media selepas operasi yang
turut disertai Ketua Eksekutif CIDB
Dato’ Sri Ir Dr Judin Abdul Karim.
Beliau menambah dalam hal ini,
pegawai keselamatan dan kesihatan
di tapak binaan perlu lebih teliti dan
tidak berkompromi dengan isu-isu
keselamatan dan kesihatan yang
boleh menjejaskan pekerja binaan
dan juga masyarakat sekeliling di
tapak binaan.
Mengikut statistik kemalangan di
tapak pembinaan yang dikeluarkan
Jabatan Keselamatan dan Kesihatan
Pekerjaan (JKKP) pada tahun 2013,
sebanyak 164 kes kemalangan telah
dilaporkan, di mana daripada jumlah
itu, 69 adalah kemalangan maut, 12
kes hilang keupayaan kekal dan 83
kes membabitkan kecederaan ringan.
Manakala pada bulan Januari 2014
pula, dua kes kemalangan maut
dan enam kes kecederaan telah
dilaporkan. Sementara pada Februari
2014, angka kes yang membabitkan
maut meningkat sebanyak tiga
kes menjadikannya lima kes pada
bulan berkenaan dengan tujuh
kes kecederaan dilaporkan. Walau
bagaimanapun, tiada kes kehilangan
upaya kekal dilaporkan untuk keduadua bulan berkenaan.
CIDB Sumbang Malam
Wartawan Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR – Sebagai usaha
mengukuhkan hubungan akrab
antara CIDB Malaysia bersama
pengamal media cetak dan
elektronik, CIDB Malaysia menerusi
Institut Wartawan Malaysia (MPI)
menyumbang bagi penganjuran
Malam Wartawan MPI-Petronas pada
18 April 2014.
Majlis penyerahan cek yang
berlangsung di Hotel One World itu
menyaksikan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif
MPI, Datuk Chamil Wariya berbesar
hati dengan sumbangan yang
diterima daripada CIDB Malaysia
sejak beberapa tahun penganjuran
malam wartawan tersebut.
Beliau berkata, dengan adanya
sokongan daripada pelbagai pihak
termasuk agensi kerajaan diharap
pada masa hadapan lebih banyak
kategori akan dipertandingkan
CIDB Malaysia turut menyumbang bagi
menjayakan penganjuran Malam Wartawan
MPI-Petronas
untuk menghargai sumbangan para
pengamal media di negara ini.
CIDB Malaysia menyumbang
sebanyak RM6,000 untuk
penganjuran malam berprestij kali
ke-20 itu
SANA SINI WHAT’S HAPPENING 15
Gambar Kiri
Datuk Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin (empat
dari kanan) bergambar kenangan bersama
pihak penganjur selepas perasmian seminar
itu berlangsung.
Gambar Kanan
Para peserta memberi sokongan penuh
terhadap perkongsian maklumat yang
disampaikan oleh pakar dalam bidang
kecerunan.
KUALA LUMPUR – Sebagai inisiatif
meningkatkan kesedaran awam
terhadap kejadian tanah runtuh
dan kegagalan cerun di negara ini,
CIDB Malaysia dengan kerjasama
Kementerian Kesejahteraan Bandar,
Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan
(KPKT) dan Expert Standing
Committee On Slope Safety
(ESCOSS) menganjurkan Seminar
Pengurusan Cerun yang diadakan di
Pusat Konvensyen CIDB (CCC)pada
7 Mei lepas.
Timbalan Menteri Kerja Raya,
Datuk Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin
Pengurusan Cerun Mampu
Jimat Jutaan Ringgit
berkata, pembinaan cerun yang tidak
menepati spesifikasi rekabentuk
sudah pasti boleh menyebabkan
ketidakstabilan cerun dan
mengundang padah.
“Justeru, penganjuran seminar ini
saya kira sangat bertepatan ekoran
sejak kebelakangan ini banyak
kejadian tanah runtuh yang berlaku
sebagaimana kejadian cerun runtuh
pada Oktober 2013 di Tawau, Sabah
yang telah menyebabkan kerosakan
besar dan kerugian jutaan ringgit.
“Diiharap dengan input-input yang
dikongsikan dalam seminar ini
dapat dimanfaatkan dan diaplikasi
sepenuhnya oleh semua peserta,”
katanya.
Hadir sama pada seminar itu ialah
Ketua Eksekutif CIDB, Dato’ Sri Ir
Dr Judin Abdul Karim, Pengarah
Bahagian Kawalan Bangunan KPKT,
Ir Ahmad Redza Ghulam Rasool dan
Pengerusi ESCOSS, Dato’ Dr. Gue
See Saw.
Seminar sehari yang bertemakan
Overcoming Challenges and the Way
Forward itu dihadiri oleh lebih 500
peserta dari pelbagai bidang.
Gambar Kanan
Chum memberi penerangan kepada
pegawai JKK mengenai produk NS
BlueScope
Gambar Kiri
Produk NS BlueScope digunakan dalam
pembinaan rumah
Produk NS BlueScope Diiktiraf SIRIM
KUALA LUMPUR – Pengeluar
produk besi tempatan, NS
BlueScope membuktikan kredibiliti
mereka sebagai pengeluar besi
paling selamat dan berinovatif
apabila produk mereka mendapat
pengiktirafan Institut Piawaian dan
Penyelidikan Perindustrian Malaysia
(SIRIM).
Pengurus Pemasaran Teknikal,
Jack Chum berkata, NS BlueScope
merupakan syarikat pembekal besi
pertama di Malaysia yang dikitiraf
dengan persijilan ECO-LAB oleh
SIRIM.
galvanisasi atau Continuous Hot
Dip-Galvanizing (MCL) dan
pengecatan atau Continuous Coil
Painting (CPL).
penyebab kepada sakit kepala,
masalah sistem pernafasan, iritasi
mata dan tekak serta serangan asma
selain turut dikaitkan dengan kanser.
“Kelebihan kepingan besi hasil
inovasi NS BlueScope juga ialah
kandungan Volatile Organic
Compounds (VOC) dalam besi
yang dihasilkan adalah yang paling
minima,”katanya kepada 40 pegawai
dari Cawangan Pengajian dan
Pendidikan Tinggi JKR yang terdiri
daripada arkitek, jurutera, pengurus
projek dan kontraktor.
Antara projek pembinaan yang
menggunakan kepingan besi hasil
inovasi NS BlueScope termasuklah
beberapa buah sekolah di Sarawak,
Institut Kemahiran Belia Negara
(IKBN) Kinarut, Sabah dan Institut
Latihan Perindustrian (ILP), Labuan.
“Di mana produk besi keluaran NS
BlueScope akan menjalani proses
penyalutan berterusan dengan cara
VOC dan formaldehyde adalah
bahan kimia yang boleh menjejaskan
kesihatan manusia dan menjadi
Maklumat lanjut tentang NS
Bluescope boleh diakses menerusi
laman web www.bluescopesteel.com.
my.
16 IDEA
Developing a Green
Sustainable
Products
Future of Building Materials Through CFP
by Building Materials Distributors Association of Malaysia (BMDAM)
Building Materials Distributors
Association of Malaysia (better
known as BMDAM) entered a
collaboration with SIRIM on 25
March 2013 to develop a carbon
footprint labelling scheme to guide
Malaysian firms to measure, reduce
and declare the performance of their
products based on international
standards.
NKEAs such as the Greater Kuala
Lumpur / Klang Valley that has been
reported to require a combined
public-private funding to the tune
of RM172 billion from 2011 to 2020,
to attract for example 100 MNCs to
locate their business in the region.
The implementation of projects
under the other NKEAs too
requires substantial infrastructure
The project which entails a period
development. In the pipeline is
of three years (December 2012 to
also the formulation of a sustainable
December 2015) was awarded to
consumption and production policy
SIRIM Berhad by the European Union in the country, targeting sustainable
and entail Carbon Footprint Labelling building for a start.
for Malaysian building materials.
The other three partners are Carbon
The trend for sourcing sustainable
Trust – UK, Federation of Malaysian
products by the construction industry
Manufacturers and Malaysia Green
will impact building materials
Building Confederation.
manufacturers as developers and
contractors of green buildings factor
The sustainability of the building
in environmental considerations such
materials sector is associated with
as a greenhouse gas emissions as
the growth of the construction
part of their procurement decisions
sector. In Malaysia, the construction
and supplier management.
sector is poised for greater growth
in the coming years as the Economic A research conducted by Carbon
Transformation Programme (ETP)
Trust in the UK on multinational
projects go full steam, covering
companies reveals that, over the
next two years, approximately 50% of
companies say they will assess the life
cycle emissions of the products they
buy.
Furthermore, the majority of
multinationals state they would
be prepared to source products
from a different country if this
reduced carbon emissions. This
clearly represents a real opportunity
and significant risk for Malaysian
SMEs which constitute a significant
percentage of the construction and
building materials industry.
In tandem with global development,
SIRIM mooted the implementation of
a project that will among its activities
introduce a Carbon Footprint
Labelling Scheme in the country.
A total of four members from
BMDAM participated in this
programmed, such as Hume
Cemboard Industries (ceiling and
gypsum board); Claytan Corporation
Sdn Bhd (sanitary ware); YS Success
Industries Sdn Bhd (steel racking
and roof truss) and Guocera Tile
Industries Sdn Bhd (floor finishing).
PUSAT MAKLUMAT INFO HUB 17
SaudiArabia
Commence Phase II
of High-Speed Inter-City Rail Transport Phase II of the Haramain High Speed
Rail (HHR) project in Saudi Arabia has
commenced as the government of
Saudi Arabia has signed a SAR30.8
billion (RM25.22 billion) contract with
a Saudi-Spanish consortium to take
on the project.
The HHR project is a 444 kilometre
(km) high-speed inter-city rail
transport system currently under
construction linking the two holy
cities of Madinah and Makkah
via King Abdullah Economic City
in Rabigh and King Abdul Aziz
International Airport in Jeddah.
Talgo Deputy Chairman Market
Development Director, Mario Oriol
during their visit to CIDB Malaysia
said, the rail line is planned to
provide a safe and comfortable
transport via 320 kilometre-per-hour
high speed electric trains.
The railway is expected to carry three
million passengers a year helping
to relieve traffic congestion on the
roads, especially during Hajj period.
Under the scope of the contract,
the companies will provide work
related to track laying, signalling,
telecommunication, power,
electrification, operations and
maintenance.
In accordance with to the contract,
the consortium will provide 35 trains
with 13 carriages and maintain the
line for next 12 years.
The civil works for the project, which
include construction of train stations,
construction of bridges, flood
drainage culverts and pedestrian
walkways, will be under taken by AlShoula consortium, which comprises
Spanish companies including ADIF,
RENFE and Talgo.
The Makkah-Madinah rail link is
part of the major railway expansion
project, which includes linking
Jeddah with Riyadh and Dammam.
The Makkah-Jeddah-Madinah rail
link is expected to carry more than
150,000 passengers daily during peak
seasons, such as for Haj and Umrah.
Established in 1942, Talgo is an
engineering Spanish company
specialized in the design and
manufacturing of trains, as well as in
the provision of maintenance services
to railway operators worldwide.
Kontraktor Berdaftar
Mengikut Gred Pendaftaran Kontraktor dan Status Pengelasan Pada Akhir Tempoh September 2013
Contractors Registered by Contractor Registration Grade and Contractors Classification End of Period September 2013
TOTAL
28,272
7,080
6,621
2,498
3,283
1,355
4,636
53,745
285
93
127
54
68
27
90
744
2,565
1,426
1,122
294
419
92
284
6,202
3,285
911
993
229
377
106
333
6,234
34,407
9,510
8,863
3,075
4,147
1,580
5,343
66,925
Aktif Active
Kontraktor tempatan yang mempunyai projek sepanjang tempoh pendaftaran
mereka berkuatkuasa. Kontraktor ini adalah terdiri dari mereka yang
berpengalaman dan serius dalam bidang pembinaan.
Local contractors who have projects during the period their registration is in force.
These contractors have experience and are serious about the construction.
Separa Aktif Semi Active
Kontraktor yang tidak dianugerahkan sebarang projek sepanjang tempoh
pendaftaran mereka berkuatkuasa tetapi aktif dalam menyertai tender.
Contractors who were not awarded any project during the durarion of their
registration but ewre active in bidding for tender.
Dormant Dormant
Kontraktor yang tidak dianugerahkan sebarang projek sepanjang tempoh
pendaftaran meraka berkuatkuasa dan tidak menyertai sebarang tender.
Contractors who were not awarded any project during the period of their
registration and did not bid for any tender.
Baru New
Kontraktor yang baru berdaftar.
Newly registered contractors.
*Sumber: Buletin Statistik Pembinaan Suku Tahunan Suku Ketiga 2013
18 PUSAT MAKLUMAT INFO HUB
Top 10 Construction
Projects (In Value)
January - Mac 2014 (as at 1st Mac 2014)
source : Business Division
1 Project Value : RM 849,259,891.90
Structural & Architectural Wokr (Phase 1: From
Basement Upto Podium Roof ) - Cdg Komp Hotel 33
Tkt (2 Menara) & Tmn Tema Ruang Niaga 11 Paras S/
Besmen Brsmbg Komp Hotel First World, Lot 9574-76
& 17283 Genting Highlands (Tower 3 & 4)
Contractor
Date of Award
Date of Completion
Sector
Client
: BLUEBROS E & C SDN BHD
: 14/03/2014
: 16/09/2016
: SWASTA
: GENTING MALAYSIA BERHAD
2 Project Value : RM 688,083,003.76
5 Project Value : RM 358,000,000.00
Main Building Works For Cdgn Pbgn 8 Blok 5 Tkt Prdgn
Bcampur Yg Mgdgi: I) SOHO (167U), II) Kedai/Pejabat,
III) 2 Tkt Besmen Tpt Ltk Kereta & Motorsikal Di Atas Lot
421489 ( Lot Lama P.T. 22357), Jln Inti Sari Perdana, Desa
ParkCity, Mukim Batu, Kuala Lumpur
Contractor
: PUTRA PERDANA
CONSTRUCTION SDN. BHD.
Date of Award
: 10/01/2014
Date of Completion : 24/06/2016
Sector
: SWASTA
Client
: PERDANA PARKCITY
SDN.BHD.
Procument, Construction And Commissioning (PCC) Of
Raw Water Supply Oroject To Rapid (‘PAMIR’) (“Works”),
6 Project Value : RM 286,666,666.00
Contract No. RAPID/CTC/09-2013-P25, From Sungai SEdili
Fasa 1, Pembinaan Persimpangan Peringgit Ke MITC Besar, Kota Tinggi Johor To Pengerang
Menaiktaraf Jalan Ayer Keroh Ke Bandar Melaka
Contractor
: PUTRA PERDANA
CONSTRUCTION SDN. BHD.
Date of Award
: 07/03/2014
Date of Completion : 06/02/2016
Sector
: SWASTA
Client
: PRPC WATER SDN BHD
3 Project Value : RM 633,373,396.57
Cdgn Pbgn Kediaman Kos Sederhana Skim “PRIMA”
Yg Mgdgi Blok A & B Ppuri 19-43T (2074U), 5T Podium
TLK, Kedai/ Dewan Komuniti/ Pejabat Pengurusan/
Surau/ Tadika/ Taska/ Gimnasium & Pcwg TNB Di Atas
Lot PT40955 & PT40962, Alam Damai, Mkm Cheras,
Daerah Kuala Lumpur
Contractor
: TRANSGREEN STRUCTURE
SDN BHD
Date of Award
: 05/02/2014
Date of Completion : 09/02/2017
Sector
: SWASTA
Client
: PERBADANAN PR1MA
MALAYSIA
4 Project Value : RM 501,383,541.02
Provision Of Engineering, Procurement, Construction And
Comissioning Of MLNG Dua Rejuvenation (MDR) Project
At Bintulu
Contractor
: CONSORTIUM OF JGC
CORPORATION,JGC (M) SDN
BHD,SYNERLITZ (M) SDN BHD
Date of Award
: 06/01/2014
Date of Completion : 30/09/2018
Sector
: SWASTA
Client
: MALAYSIA LNG SDN. BHD.
Contractor
Date of Award
Date of Completion
Sector
Client
: ISEDECOR BINA SDN. BHD.
: 25/02/2014
: 16/03/2017
: KERAJAAN
: JABATAN KERJA RAYA
MALAYSIA (CAWANGAN
JALAN)
8 Project Value : RM 249,218,141.43
Cadangan Pemajuan Kompleks Perdagangan 36 Tingkat
Beserta Basement, Yang Mengandungi:- Menara 1-29
Tingkat Apartment (342 Unit), Menara 2-11 Tingkat Hotel
(242 Bilik), 1 Tingkat Kemudahan Tambahan, 4 Tingkat
Tempat Letak Kereta, 2 Tingkat Komersil, 1 Tingkat
Basement, Di Atas Lot 1197, 1199 & 1201, Jalan Wong
Ah Fook
Contractor
Date of Award
Date of Completion
Sector
Client
: UM LAND BUILDERS SDN BHD
: 29/01/2014
: 14/08/2016
: SWASTA
: EXQUISITE MODE SDN BHD
9 Project Value : RM 221,283,444.55
The E&C Of Cadangan Pembangunan 3 Blok Pangsapuri
30T (Jumlah 523U) Mengandungi:- A) TLK Di Aras 1 Hingga
Aras 3, B)Kemudahan-Kemudahan Di Aras 4 Di Atas Lot
28134 Jalan 34/26 Wangsa Maju Mukim Setapak Kuala
Lumpur
Contractor
Date of Award
Date of Completion
Sector
Client
7 Project Value : RM 275,100,000.00
: LOW KENG HUAT BERHAD
: 28/01/2014
: 19/08/2016
: SWASTA
: SETAPAK HEIGHTS
DEVELOPMENT SDN. BHD.
(Meridin - Plot A17)- Pile Cap, Retaining Wall, Basement,
10Project Value : RM 202,847,939.99
Ground Floor, Podium And Tower Works- Cadangan
Proposed Construction And Completion Of Phase 2
Pembangunan Bersrata 3 Blok Kondominium 37 Tingkat
Development Of Serviced Apartments Comprising 265
Yang Mengandungi :- Fasa 1 (i) Kondominium Blok A
Unit In Tower D1, 252 Unit In Tower D2 And 265 Unit In
30 Tingkat (400 Unit) (ii) Podium 9 tingkat Yang Terdiri
Tower D3 ,Part Of Level 1 To Level 6 Carparks, One Level
Daripada; (a)Tempat Letak Kereta-7 Tingkat (b)30 Lot Ruang
Of Sub-Basement Carparks At Lower Ground Floor, One
Perniagaan Berserta Kemudahan - 1 Tingkat (c) Rumah
Level Of Facilities Floor At Level 7 Ancillary Buildings
Stesen Suis Utama (SSU) Fasa 2 (i)Kondominium Blok B 27
At Level 7 For The Proposed Serviced Apartments
Tingkat (161), Fasa 3 (i) Kondominium Blok C 31 Tingkat
Development Comprising A Total Of 3141 Units Of
(195 Unit) Di Atas Lot PTD 170665, Mukim Pulai, Daerah
Serviced Apartment On Lot PTD 153328, Taman Kempas
Johor Bahru
Utama Mukim Tebrau, Daerah Johor Bahru, Johor Malaysia
Contractor
: CHINA STATE CONSTRUCTION
ENGINEERING (M) SDN BHD
Date of Award
: 09/01/2014
Date of Completion : 30/11/2016
Sector
: SWASTA
Contractor
: YICAI CONSTRUCTION SDN.
BHD.
Date of Award
: 09/01/2014
Date of Completion : 14/01/2018
Sector
: SWASTA
Client
: WEALTHY GROWTH SDN BHD
ACARA EVENT 19
ICW 2014:
Building a Better
Tomorrow
The International Construction Week,
the largest and most important annual
event for the construction industry will
again make its presence this year, albeit
much bigger and better, covering the full
spectrum of construction industry.
This year marks ICW’s 13th year
of bringing together construction
industry players under one roof to
showcase, learn, build partnerships
and share innovative ideas.
experts to share and learn from
the cutting edge technologies
developed in the construction of
buildings and infrastructure in a
sustainable manner.
Solar Asia Expo. It will also
incorporate the Construction
Showcase and the Malaysian
International IBS Exhibition (MIIE)
among others.
The key annual event for
construction industry was first
introduced in 1998 under the
banner of National Construction
Week. In line with construction
industry growth and expansion of
the industry to include international
player and projects, the event was
renamed International Construction
Week in 2004. The ICW brings
together corporations and industry
This year, the ICW features Ecobuild
Southeast Asia as its exhibition and
showcase component. Ecobuild
SEA 2014 is designed to provide
sustainable building solutions for
over 620 million people across the
11 countries in Southeast Asia.
Modelled after Ecobuild London, the
World’s largest event in sustainability
of the built environment, Ecobuild
SEA 2014 will run concurrently with
Greenbuild Asia, Ecolight Asia
Visitors to the exhibition can
choose to participate in various free
seminars and workshops organised
on the show floor, covering topics
such as sustainability, Green
Infrastructure, Building Information
Modelling, Smart Cities and Lowcarbon Cities, just to name a few.
CIDB is inviting all construction
industry players to be a part of the
ICW 2014 by exhibiting products,
visiting the exhibition showcase and
participating in the various seminars,
workshops and conferences which
ICW2014 have to offer.