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Construction Leaders Sharpening the Future Outlook for Sustainable Construction in Malaysia

Deputy Minister of Work along Secretary General of Ministry of Works initiate construction industry leaders to discuss strategy for ICW / Ecobuild SEA 2015. Joined by CIDB Malaysia CEO; UBM Malaysia, MRCB Group, MMC Corporation, IJM Corporation, UEM Group, Gamuda Engineering, Sunway Construction Managing Director and WCT Holding Executive Director. (PRNewsFoto/UBM Asia)

Deputy Minister of Work along Secretary General of Ministry of Works initiate construction industry leaders to discuss strategy for ICW / Ecobuild SEA 2015. Joined by CIDB Malaysia CEO; UBM Malaysia, MRCB Group, MMC Corporation, IJM Corporation, UEM Group, Gamuda Engineering, Sunway Construction Managing Director and WCT Holding Executive Director. (PRNewsFoto/UBM Asia)

Deputy Minister of Works, YB Datuk Rosnah Binti Abdul Rashid Shirin as well as the Secretary General of the Ministry of Works, Dato” Sri Zohari bin Haji Akob participated in the discussion, providing information in line with national policies and implementations.

Present at the discussion were MRCB Group Managing Director, Tan Sri Mohammade Salim Fateh Din, MMC Corporation Berhad Group Managing Director, Dato” Sri Che Khalib Mohamad Noh, IJM Corporation Berhad CEO and Managing Director, Dato” Soam Heng Choon, UEM Group Berhad Group CEO and Managing Director Dato” Izzaddin Idris, WCT Holdings Berhad Executive Director, Mr Liang Kai Chong, Gamuda Engineering Sdn Bhd Managing Director, Mr Ubull Din Onn and Sunway Construction Senior Managing Director, Mr Kwan Foh Kwai.

Also present were the organiser of ICW and Ecobuild Southeast Asia, CIDB Malaysia Chief Executive, Dato” Sri Ir. Dr. Judin Abdul Karim and United Business Media (M) Sdn Bhd Managing Director, オンライン カジノ Mr M. Gandhi.

Mr M. Gandhi praised Malaysia in terms of being at the top level of acceptance in sustainable construction with many development projects. “With that outlook in mind, Ecobuild is here to serve as the business platform, and an information exchange powerhouse to cater to every single need in sustainable and green concerns. It is a matter of time that sustainability will takeover the industry by storm,” he added.

First introduced in London, Ecobuild began its Southeast Asia chapter in 2013 running along with International Construction week. The exhibition showcases a sustainable design, construction and built environment, and will run concurrently with co-located events Green Build Asia, Eco Light Asia, Solar Asia Expo, ASEAN Real Estate, Infrastructure Summit 2015 and Construction Showcase. On the other hand, ICW is the largest and most important event in the industry covering the full spectrum of construction in Malaysia and Southeast Asia. 2015 marks ICW”s 14-year history of bringing construction industry players together under one roof.

ICW and Ecobuild Southeast Asia 2015 will take place from September 9-11 at the Putra World Trade Centre.

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