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  • Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM)
    Level 29, Sunway Putra Tower, No 100, Jalan Putra, 50350 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


Date: 17 April 2018 (Wednesday)

Place: MAMPAN, Level 11, Sunway Putra Tower, Kuala Lumpur


Sustainable building design and green building practices have the potential to save energy, save money and improve the quality of human habitat across Malaysia. They can also contribute to water conservation, more efficient use of raw materials, and ecosystem health around the globe. Many experts have singled out the building sector as having the most cost-effective opportunities for reducing carbon emission in fact, many building related opportunities are cost-neutral, or even cost-positive, to the building owner.

These tremendous benefits have made sustainable and green building practices a fast-growing trend and gaining major importance in the Malaysian building industry. Workforce skills and capabilities are essential to realizing the initiatives made by CIDB through many of its programs. Furthermore, it is important to raise awareness of the benefits of sustainable and green building, encourage the creation of green projects, and represent the collective interest of each community in a built environment that supports the health and well-being of the public. It is also to foster a deeper adoption of sustainable practices among the building professionals in Malaysia.


On 12th of October 2018, Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM) held a workshop on Applying Lean Concept to Improve Productivity for Affordable Housing Construction in Adya Hotel, Langkawi. The workshop was co-organised by Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) and University Technology Malaysia (UTM). The workshop has attracted 25 industry players from government and private agencies. The objectives of the workshop were:

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