The Construction Industry Master Plan

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DEPARTMENT OF QUANTITY SURVEYING FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND SURVEYING UNIVERSITI TEKNOLOGI MARA SHAH ALAM CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY MASTER PLAN (CIMP) 2006 - 2015 – IMPLEMENTATION IN MALAYSIA Final Project submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirement for the award of Bachelor of Quantity Surveying (Honours) Prepared By : SYED MUHAMAD GHAZALI BIN SHAHID MUHAMAD 2012196261 SEMESTER MAC 2013 – MAC 2015 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 GENERAL Construction is one of the sectors that contribute towards the growth of Malaysian economy. Even though its only contributes parts of the construction industry, if the growth of construction industry is slow, others also will be affected because construction industry is a very unique…show more content…
The Construction Industry Master Plan is the plan that has been introduced in year 2006 by the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB). It presents a roadmap planned for Malaysian construction industry so that it can take place will be able to compete in global marketplace. It also plan to make the Malaysia’s construction can contribute to nation’s aspirations and welfare which are provides good for the people in Malaysia. In This Master Plan it has seven strategic thrusts and 21 specific recommendations that will guide the development of Malaysian construction industry through the following decade…show more content…
Literature Review i. Reference books, magazines and journals. All the information gathered from the printed materials which involved textbooks, articles, magazines, journals had been reviewed and analysed. ii. Internet In the new era of information and communication technology (ICT), the author found that some useful information related to this topic is available in internet. Most of the information has been taken generally about general information about the Malaysian construction industry and construction industry master plan (CIMP) and other related materials. b. Questionnaire Information regarding the topic is also gathered by distributing questionnaires to related parties which are the local contractors in Malaysia. 1.6 PROBLEM STATEMENT The Malaysian construction industry plays an important role in generating wealth to the country and development of social and economic infrastructures and buildings for the people in Malaysia (Adnan et al., 2012). The industry provides job opportunities for 800,000 people which represented 8% of total workforce (CIMP,

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