RMK 153 – Principles Of
Construction Economic.
Lecturer : Dr. Radzi Ismail.
Group Member:
NOOR AIZA HASSAN (119289)
NURUL ...
In current scenario where environmental protection
is important for the construction industry, discuss
how CIDB could cont...
Construction Industry Development
Board (CIDB)
• Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) is a
government a...
TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF BEST
GREEN TECHNOLOGY PRACTICES
IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
What is it?
• Technical Committee of Good Environmental
Practices also known as TC9.
• The committee aided in determining ...
How CIDB could control and
manage the construction
contractors with TC9 towards
implementing green technology in
their pro...
1. CIDB do Publication of Standard,
Guidelines, and Manual serve as
guidelines to the contractor also for
CIDB’S towards i...
The Main Point Raises
in this Strategic. (2007)
•Strengthening the
Development Approval
Process.
• Enhancing Law and
Enfor...
The Main Point
Raised in this
compilation. (2008)
1. Environmental
Concerns.
2. Impact to
Environment.
3. Scheduled Waste.
OTHER RELATED MANUAL &
GUIDELINES…
1. 2008 - Guidelines on Construction Waste
Management.
2. 2008 - Construction Industry ...
2. CIDB hold Training Module for
developers to understand and able
to apply the global trends towards
greener. Training Mo...
3. CIDB launched Construction
Industry Master Plan (CIMB).
Construction Industry Master Plan
•

The CIMP was developed to
overcome some of the weaknesses
that were inherent in the
c...
GREEN CONTRACTOR
ACCREDITATION
IMPLEMENTATION
GREEN CONTRACTOR ACCREDITATION
IMPLEMENTATION
• To ensure the success of
constructing building utilizing
the green technol...
IMPLEMENTATION OF
GREEN LABELLING FOR
CONSTRUCTION
MATERIALS
GREEN LABELLING
• CIDB has taken a step
forward in developing an
green labeling mechanism
for construction materials
to he...
GREEN LABELLING CONCEPT
MECHANISM FOR GREEN LABELLING PRODUCT OR
CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL
DEVELOPMENT OF
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
STANDARD (CIS)GREEN ASSESSMENT SYSTEM
IN CONSTRUCTION (GASSIC).
• Self-assessment is extremely necessary to propel
the construction industry to move forward.
• (CIS) – (GASSIC) is based ...
• The development standard aids the industry in
conducting self-assessment
towards the building’s effect on the surroundin...
PREPARING THE GUIDANCE
SCHEME FOR ISO 14001
CERTIFICATION
TO CONTRACTORS.
ISO 14001 CERTIFICATION
• CIDB have introduced
certification guidance
scheme for ISO 14001
Environmental
Management System...
How CIDB could control and manage the construction contractors towards implementing green technologies
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  1. 1. RMK 153 – Principles Of Construction Economic. Lecturer : Dr. Radzi Ismail. Group Member: NOOR AIZA HASSAN (119289) NURUL ARQILAH ZAILI (119337) FATIN ADIERA SULONG (119205) NURUL AMANINA ZAKARIA (119335) NURUL NADIAH MAT ZAKI (119340) NURNABIHAH MOHD ZAIDI (119334) DEVITA TANJUNG (122789) ALAA HAMED (122780) NURADILLAH MD HANAFIAH (119328) NURUL FARAHIN SALIM (119338)
  2. 2. In current scenario where environmental protection is important for the construction industry, discuss how CIDB could control and manage the construction contractors towards implementing green technologies in their projects? ASSIGNMENT
  3. 3. Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) • Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) is a government agency established under the Ministry of Works Malaysia through the Construction Industry Development Board Act 1994 (Act 520). • The overall objective of CIDB is to develop the capacity and capability of the Construction Industry through the enhancement of quality and productivity by placing great emphasis on professionalism, innovation and knowledge, in the endeavor to improve the quality of life.
  4. 4. TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF BEST GREEN TECHNOLOGY PRACTICES IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
  5. 5. What is it? • Technical Committee of Good Environmental Practices also known as TC9. • The committee aided in determining the core direction and various proposals in order to strengthen environmental practice in construction industry. • The committee is divided into 6 Working Group (WG).
  6. 6. How CIDB could control and manage the construction contractors with TC9 towards implementing green technology in their projects???
  7. 7. 1. CIDB do Publication of Standard, Guidelines, and Manual serve as guidelines to the contractor also for CIDB’S towards implementing green technology in their projects.
  8. 8. The Main Point Raises in this Strategic. (2007) •Strengthening the Development Approval Process. • Enhancing Law and Enforcement. • Promoting Self-Regulation (Construction Industry). • Increasing Capacity and Public Awareness. • Addressing Knowledge Gaps.
  9. 9. The Main Point Raised in this compilation. (2008) 1. Environmental Concerns. 2. Impact to Environment. 3. Scheduled Waste.
  10. 10. OTHER RELATED MANUAL & GUIDELINES… 1. 2008 - Guidelines on Construction Waste Management. 2. 2008 - Construction Industry Good Practices Series – Construction Waste Management
  11. 11. 2. CIDB hold Training Module for developers to understand and able to apply the global trends towards greener. Training Module was held by CIDB: • 2007 - Developed training module on Good Practices of Waste Management in Construction
  12. 12. 3. CIDB launched Construction Industry Master Plan (CIMB).
  13. 13. Construction Industry Master Plan • The CIMP was developed to overcome some of the weaknesses that were inherent in the construction industry before this. They include, inter alia, quality deficiencies, over-dependency on foreign labour leading to a leak in the economy as a result of repatriation of earnings by foreign labour as well as numerous ensuing social and health problems, several major catastrophes, and the low productivity of the construction industry. • Within CIMP, seven (7) main strategic cores have been fore fronted where one focuses on issues related to environment under the third (3) strategic core. In this strategy, there are two (2) related strategic proposals:
  14. 14. GREEN CONTRACTOR ACCREDITATION IMPLEMENTATION
  15. 15. GREEN CONTRACTOR ACCREDITATION IMPLEMENTATION • To ensure the success of constructing building utilizing the green technology concept, it is only fitting that only capable and competent contractors are entrusted to build it. With that in mind, CIDB has created a specialization for green technology in contractor’s registration terms and conditions. CIDB and the industry authority had worked together in establishing accreditation guidelines for green contractors. • The implementation of green contractor accreditation is to make it easier for building owners or clients to choose qualified contractors in order to build buildings with green technology concept.
  16. 16. IMPLEMENTATION OF GREEN LABELLING FOR CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
  17. 17. GREEN LABELLING • CIDB has taken a step forward in developing an green labeling mechanism for construction materials to help conserve our environment’s future against pollution which is also partially contributed by construction activities. • The purpose of the programme is to support index or green building evaluation system together with green procurement. Besides that, it also encourages manufacturers or suppliers of construction materials to improve and develop more green oriented products.
  18. 18. GREEN LABELLING CONCEPT
  19. 19. MECHANISM FOR GREEN LABELLING PRODUCT OR CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL
  20. 20. DEVELOPMENT OF CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY STANDARD (CIS)GREEN ASSESSMENT SYSTEM IN CONSTRUCTION (GASSIC).
  21. 21. • Self-assessment is extremely necessary to propel the construction industry to move forward. • (CIS) – (GASSIC) is based on the most minimum standard must be achieved by every building when different group of architects and engineers resort to their own independent interpretation of green concept in construction industry especially when designing a building. The assessment also provides methodology to evaluate and to grade environmental influences in terms of resources usages and their effect towards health.
  22. 22. • The development standard aids the industry in conducting self-assessment towards the building’s effect on the surrounding environment. • The assessment made based on the Construction Industry Standard (CIS) – Green Assessment System in Construction is capable of evaluating and calculating the actual impact and quantity of Green House Gasses released by the building into the environment, with this CIDB could control and manage the construction contractors towards implementing green technology in their projects.
  23. 23. PREPARING THE GUIDANCE SCHEME FOR ISO 14001 CERTIFICATION TO CONTRACTORS.
  24. 24. ISO 14001 CERTIFICATION • CIDB have introduced certification guidance scheme for ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS) and CIDB EMS Certification Programme to contractors. By obtaining the certification, local contractors can now compete and stand on par with other contractors at international level. • • • This scheme is developed with the purpose to better aid contractors in undertaking a more organized and effective environmental management practice as a sign of support to preserve and conserve our environment. It also helps to provide information on other contractors whom has given strong and good commitment regarding environmental management to related bodies like Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR), housing developers and local authorities. Furthermore, it is an effective means for CIDB to monitor and report on practices and awareness levels amongst Malaysian contractors concerning environmental management as a whole.

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