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BACK in the early 2000s, the thought of running his family’s prefabricated container business did not really cross James Yeoh Chor Guan’s mind. The UK-educated mechanical engineer was, after all, working with one of the world’s largest consultancy firms in Singapore. The perks were good and so was the prestige.
THEY can’t promise you a glamorous building with white picket fences, but the prefabricated, or widely known as prefab, schemes have been tagged as a clever and industrious way to build homes efficiently and affordably and they are gaining a reputation as a viable solution for the built environment.
THROUGH its leading role in integrated development programmes for rural wellbeing, the Ministry of Rural Development (KPLB) has recorded 95% completion for the 66 programmes it initiated this year.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian construction industry players have to keep up with the latest local and global trends, as well as developments to maintain their competitive edge moving forward.
THE Education Ministry has been hard at work fixing and rebuilding rundown schools scattered around the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: A China-based construction giant has teamed up with a Malaysian company and a co-operative to build one million affordable homes for Malaysians.
KUALA LUMPUR: A China-based construction giant has teamed up with a Malaysian company and a co-operative to build one million affordable homes for Malaysians at prices ranging from RM40,000 to RM300,000.
KUCHING: Sarawak Consolidated Industries Bhd (SCIB), the company controlled by billionaire Datuk Mohd Abdul Karim Abdullah, is eyeing more contracts to supply industrialised building system (IBS) products in its home state.
SCANDINAVIAN Industrialised Building Systems (SIBS) will invest over RM200mil for a second manufacturing facility in Penang Science Park, Bukit Minyak, to boost production of its modular construction materials.
IN view of the lacklustre market and oversupply situation, the real estate sector has urged the government to remove and reduce the real property gains tax (RPGT) after the fifth year of purchase for non-citizens and companies to 5%, instead of the current 10% and zero tax for Malaysians and PRs.