The MBAM is an association committed to building a resilient, agile and sustainable construction society through various cooperation and collaborations with its members, ministries, government institutions and non-governmental organisations.
MBAM is also working closely with the Department of Occupational Safety and Health and the Construction Industry Development Board to promote the implementation of OSCHIM.
"One particular strategy that has been fundamental in the transformation process is the integration of all construction processes using multiple technology solutions — more commonly known as the Integrated Digital Delivery (IDD).
While the association would like to thank the government for the list of construction projects announced, the “bigger reality” is that they are “insufficient for the industry at large.
The associations raised the question as to why the EC requires such a large amount in deposit when the building owners are accountable for any replacement work.
To ensure sustainable growth of the construction industry, MBAM president Oliver Wee Hiang Chyn hopes the government will use its development budget to boost the adoption of the Industrialised Building System (IBS) and implement planned public projects, such as affordable housing.
MBAM stated that it recognises the importance of continuing to assist deserving students in pursuing their higher education.
KUALA LUMPUR (June 27): Oliver Wee Hiang Chyn, director of business development at Tim Sekata Sdn Bhd, has been appointed as the new president of Master Builders Association Malaysia (MBAM) for the term June 2020 to June 2024, succeeding Tan Sri Sufri Mhd Zin.
KUALA LUMPUR (April 18): The Master Builders Association Malaysia (MBAM) has expressed their concern about high building material prices and called on the Malaysian government to alleviate the price pressures contractors face.
PETALING JAYA (Oct 29): The badly battered construction industry due to the Covid-19 pandemic and prolonged lockdown needed strong support from Budget 2022, hence Master Builders Association Malaysia (MBAM) called for government’s support to offer further assistance for the industry players to speed up the recovery process.