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KUCHING: Private companies have been called on to come forward and work together with the Centre of Research Excellence on Peat Soils (CoPS) in carrying out research and development (R&D) on solutions to construction on peat soil.

Two tenders were opened by CREAM and CIDB to all qualified suppliers on 2 October 2017 and were closed on 20 October 2017. A total of 11 tender proposals were received and evaluated. Below is the list of price for public display.

 

Five tenders were opened by CREAM and CIDB to all qualified suppliers on 3rd July 2017 and were closed on 24th July 2017. A total of 28 tender proposals were received and evaluated. Below is the list of price for public display :

The Sustainable Construction Excellence Centre (MAMPAN), a division of the Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM) was pleased to welcome CEEQUAL Ltd verifier to visit their center on Monday 5th June 2017. Mr. Mark Barrett was in Malaysia for the verification of Malaysian pilot studies through CEEQUAL assessment for West Coast Expressway (WCE) and Duta Ulu-Kelang Expressway phase 3 (DUKE 3).

MAMPAN is targeting to develop and promote the use of sustainable infrastructure ratings in Malaysia prior to promoting sustainable construction approaches and practices within construction industries. Mr. Mark spent approximately half an hour for a brief discussion with the CREAM Chief Executive Officer, Ir. Dr. Zuhairi bin Abd Hamid. Then, he was given a tour of the CREAM laboratory and given a briefing on the current work being carried out to promote sustainable infrastructure in Malaysia. 

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Kementerian Kerja Raya, Jabatan Kerja Raya dan Lembaga Pembangunan Industri Pembinaan Malaysia (CIDB) telah melancarkan Malaysian Carbon Reduction and Environmental Sustainability Tool (MyCREST). MyCREST merupakan sebuah sistem PENILAIAN BANGUNAN HIJAU yang bertujuan untuk membimbing, membantu, mengukur, seterusnya mengurangkan kesan alam bina dari segi pelepasan karbon dan kesan alam sekitar. Pihak CIDB Malaysia dan CREAM melalui Sustainable Construction Excellence Centre (MAMPAN) akan mengadakan Siri Jelajah (Roadshow) bagi memperkenalkan MyCREST dan memberikan pendedahan kepada penggiat indusri berkaitan amalan baik pembinaan mampan serta insentif-insentif yang berkaitan dengannya. Program ini merupakan hasil kerjasama bersama rakan strategik iaitu Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR), Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (GreenTECH Malaysia) dan Real Estate & Housing Developer’s Association Malaysia (REHDA)

WHAT IS MyCREST?

MyCREST stands for Malaysian Carbon Reduction and Environment Sustainability Tool, a tool that guides every stakeholder involved in the design, construction, operation & maintenance of building by adopting sustainable development practices. It also aims to quantify the actual carbon emission at every stage of the building life cycle. MyCREST aims to guide, assist, quantify and thereby reduce the built environment’s impact in terms of reduced carbon emissions and other environmental impact. It also aims to integrate socioeconomic considerations related to the built environment and urban development.

The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) has been encouraging private construction projects to adopt Industrialised Building System (IBS). The Prime Minister has announced in 2016 that in the near future, will be mandatory for government projects of RM10 million and above, and private sector ventures of RM50 million and above to hit an IBS score of 70. Despite a ‘purported initial heavier investment’, in the longer term and with economies of scale, it is believed that IBS will result in less wastage of materials, environmental sustainability, reduce dependence on unskilled workers in the country. Hear from industry experts, what are some of the key challenges that we need to overcome in promoting the adoption of IBS in Malaysia? What technologies are large scale players in the industry developing? How can medium and smaller sized players be part of the IBS landscape in Malaysia? Role players and participants in this event include those from Government (CIDB, MIDA) various associations, contractors and construction companies, property developers, architects and many others in the supply chain. Join us in this exclusive event.

For more detail, please go to http://rehdainstitute.com/event/ibs-2017/

Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) with is new established Sustainable Construction Excellence Centre (MAMPAN) along with Centre for Advanced Construction Technology and Innovation (CACTI) and Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM) in collaboration with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) are calling all students to take part in NECO2017.

For more information, please go to www.neco.my.

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Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM) was established in 2004 by Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) to serve as a corporate vehicle for carrying out CIDB's research function. CREAM is globally recognized as a Research Institute that drives quality, innovation, technology and skills towards achieving sustainability in the construction industry. To fulfill the core function of CREAM as a research institute, Makmal Kerja Malaysia (MKRM), a full-scale structural engineering laboratory equipped with a state-of-the-art infrastructure and testing facilities was established in 2010.

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