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Media awards bring out issues relevant to construction field

THE Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Construction Media Awards 2017 handed out a total of RM90,000 in cash prizes to the top three winners this year in three categories. The competition was opened to media from Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak.

Media members who were selected for the Best Dressed competition with the theme ‘Arabian‘.

Works Ministry to probe SOP violation in MRT blast

KUALA LUMPUR: The Works Ministry will investigate any violation of the standard operating procedures (SOP) in the recent explosion at the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station construction site in Bandar Malaysia.

Stop playing games, Fadillah tells Penang

PETALING JAYA: Works Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof has told the Penang government to "stop playing games" after it once again delayed the submission of feasibility and detailed design report for the Penang Undersea Tunnel.

Damaging impact of highways on wildlife

From S.M. MOHD IDRIS, President, Sahabat Alam Malaysia.

Passage for wildlife: How effective are animal crossings like this one at the Aring-Tasik Kenyir road in Terengganu in reducing roadkill?

Fadillah: No tunnel reports yet

PETALING JAYA: The Works Ministry says it has yet to receive “a single page” of the tunnel reports promised by the Penang government 18 months ago.

High-tech plans for new highway

KUCHING: The Works Ministry is proposing the use of highway information modelling (HIM) in the construction of the Pan-Borneo Highway to reduce errors and cost.

The Works Ministry is banking on new technology for the construction of Pan-Borneo Highway. There will also be an intelligent traffic system implemented. — filepic

Works Ministry yet to receive Penang tunnel reports after 18 months

PETALING JAYA: The Works Ministry says it has yet to receive “a single page” of the tunnel reports promised by the Penang state government 18 months ago.

Works Ministry targets 21 risky bridges

ALOR GAJAH: The Works Ministry has identified 21 bridges in the country which are old, dangerous and must be replaced.

Property sector needs integrated database

THE Malaysian property sector is in need of an integrated database with comprehensive, statistical information that can be accessible to both consumers and developers.

Good demand: A big crowd at the launch of Harmoni 1 affordable homes project in Subang Jaya in March.

Best in construction industry recognised

THE Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) celebrated the creme de la creme of the construction industry at its Malaysian Construction Industry Excellence Awards (MCIEA 2017).

Some of the recipients showing their awards at the MCIEA 2017, which was held in Kuala Lumpur.