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Malaysia to learn IBS from China’s builders

MALAYSIA is bringing in Chinese builders to share their expertise in the Industrialised Building System (IBS).

Architecture design contest encourages digital tech usage

THE first open architecture design ideas competition and digital innovation lab -- the Housing 4.0 competition -- has been launched in Malaysia.

Architecture design contest encourages digital tech usage

THE first open architecture design ideas competition and digital innovation lab -- the Housing 4.0 competition -- has been launched in Malaysia.

New affordable housing in Dengkil

TO MEET the growing demand for affordable housing, LBS Bina Group Bhd (LBS) is launching more units in its gated-and-guarded Kita @ Cybersouth township in Dengkil, Selangor.

Create need for skilled labour

From RONALD BENJAMIN, Executive Secretary, Association for Community and Dialogue.

Ready to transform housing design

THE Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM) signed a collaboration agreement with Gamuda Industrial Building System Sdn Bhd.

Baru: No decision yet on changing highway’s model

PETALING JAYA: No definitive decision has been made yet to ditch the project delivery partner (PDP) model for the Pan Borneo Highway in favour to turnkey contractor model, says Works Minister Baru Bian.

Boost for IBS construction method

PROPERTY developer LBS Bina Group Bhd will be able to build up to 4,000 affordable properties a year following the commissioning of its RM40mil industrialised building system (IBS) precast concrete plant in Nilai.

MRCB stepping up game in construction industry with MBS

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Resources Corporation Bhd (MRCB) is stepping up the game in the construction industry by eyeing to introduce the country’s first volumetric building system by year end.

Govt to use IBS tech for affordable homes

NILAI: The use of industrial building system (IBS) technology in all public affordable housing projects will not only help meet the government’s target to build a million such homes in the next decade but will reduce its dependency on foreign workers.