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Introduction to CIB Regional Office of South East Asia (Kuala Lumpur)
faviconnew CIB is the acronym of the abbreviated French (former) name: "Conseil International du Bâtiment" (in English this is: International Council for Building). In the course of 1998, the abbreviation has been kept but the full name changed into:

INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

CIB was established in 1953 as an Association whose objectives were to stimulate and facilitate international cooperation and information exchange between governmental research institutes in the building and construction sector, with an emphasis on those institutes engaged in technical fields of research.

CIB has since developed into a world wide network of over 5.000 experts from about 500 member organisations with a research, university, industry or government background, who collectively are active in all aspects of research and innvation for building and construction.

 

What is CIB? faviconnew

CIB is the acronym of the abbreviated French (former) name: "Conseil International du Bâtiment" (in English this is: International Council for Building). In the course of 1998, the abbreviation has been kept but the full name changed into:

 

INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

 

CIB was established in 1953 as an Association whose objectives were to stimulate and facilitate international cooperation and information exchange between governmental research institutes in the building and construction sector, with an emphasis on those institutes engaged in technical fields of research.

 

CIB has since developed into a world wide network of over 5000 experts from about 500 member organisations active in the research community, in industry or in education, who cooperate and exchange information in over 50 CIB Commissions covering all fields in building and construction related research and innovation.

 

CIB Members are institutes, companies and other types of organisations involved in research or in the transfer or application of research results. Member organisations appoint experts to participate in CIB Commissions. An individual also can be a member and participate in a Commission.

 

CIB Commissions initiate projects for R&D and information exchange, organise meetings and produce publications. These meetings can be Commission meetings for members only or international symposia and congresses open to all. Publications can be proceedings, scientific or technical analyses and international state of the art reports. .

CIB South East Asia Members

 

Country Name Membership Logo
Indonesia Institute of Technology Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) - Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning - Department of Architecture Associate Member its
Indonesia Narotama University Associate Member narotama
Malaysia Sime Darby Property Bhd Full Member SDarby
Malaysia Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM) Associate Member logofullnew
Malaysia University Technology MARA Malaysia - Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying Associate Member uitm
Malaysia Mr. Abdul Rashid Abdul Aziz Individual Member img
Singapore Building and Construction Authority Associate Member BCA
Singapore National University of Singapore - School of Design and Environment Associate Member NUS
Thailand Dr. C. Charoenngam Individual Member profile
Thailand Dr. B.H.W. Hadikusumo Individual Member profile

* Click here for further information regarding CIB Members Registration
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    55200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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CIB's Mission

The purpose of CIB is to provide a global network for international exchange and cooperation in research and innovation in building and construction in support of an improved building process and of improved performance of the built environment.

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