CIDB

AcronymDefinition
CIDBConstruction Industry Development Board
CIDBCentre d'Information et de Documentation sur le Bruit (French: Center for Information and Documentation on Noise)
CIDBCayman Islands Development Bank
CIDBcommon intelligence database (US DoD)
CIDBConfiguration Item Database
CIDBControl Inspection Database
CIDBChronic Inflammatory Disease of the Bowel (more commonly seen as CIBD)
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CIDB provides data on aggregate and contractor levels, which includes project details for each contractor, project description, location, value and date.
CIDB also proposed to take up a green cit y project at Garhmukhteshwar in Uttar Pradesh involving housing and Ganga cleaning projects with an investment of about $4 billion.
CIDB Holdings and Kaznex Invest are involved in the construction industry, while Nurali Group and its partner, Galaz and Company LLP, are engaged in the oil and gas sector in the North Konys oilfield in the Kyzylorda region.
CIDB chief executive Datuk Hamzah Hasan said the next step is for the consortium to submit a technical proposal, which will include the financial aspect of the project, to the Government of Jamaica.
According to CIDB [33], a radical improvement in the procurement system and supply chain process towards a more integrated approach is needed in order to achieve IBS success in the Malaysian construction industry.
CIDB Malaysia as a statutory body under the Ministry of Works has been promoting the industrialization of the construction sector through the IBS Roadmap 2003-2010.
Current definition by CIDB includes low-tech solutions and other practices which have already become common and not substituting conventional practices.
CIDB will also host a forum on the second day of the exhibition to deliberate on the experiences and expertise of the Malaysian construction industry to delegates and visitors.
In 1989, CIDB set up the construction quality assessment system (CONQUAS) to assess the quality of building work.
The CIDB was thus constituted by Parliament on 2 March 1984 as an agency responsible for planning and overseeing the development of the local construction industry.
CIDB said with the RM3 million resource centre, building industry players can model and visualise construction projects in a simulated environment by using BIM, which enables users to design, visualise, simulate and analyse key physical and functional characteristics of each element in a project virtually and even before construction starts.