CIDBConstruction Industry Development Board
CIDBCentre d'Information et de Documentation sur le Bruit (French: Center for Information and Documentation on Noise)
CIDBCommon Intelligence Database (US DoD)
CIDBCayman Islands Development Bank
CIDBConfiguration Item Database
CIDBControl Inspection Database
CIDBChronic Inflammatory Disease of the Bowel (more commonly seen as CIBD)
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CIDBH is the investment manager for CIDB Malaysia and also offers 'MS ISO' product testing and certification services.
The Green Card will include a virtual ID thatcan be accessed by engineering users, employers, and CIDB enforcement officers to check on the worker's registration status.
CIDB's grading of contractors is similar to the classification of contractors by the Contractor Service Centre (PKK) at the Ministry of Works where Class F is the lowest (RM5,000 minimum paid-up capital and projects up to RM200,000) and Class A the highest (RM600,000 minimum paid-up capital and projects over RM10 million).
The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) of Malaysia has proposed to invest $30 billion in urban development and housing projects in India.
The companies that have reportedly shown interest in the project included Singapore's public transport giant SMRT Corporation, the Construction Industry Development Board ( CIDB) of Malaysia, Maglev Technology, USA; China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation ( CCECC) and Korea Rail Network Authority ( KRNA).
Records of the Compensation Commissioner and Federated Employers Mutual Assurance Company Ltd (FEMA) reported approximately 25,500 accidents per annum (Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB, 2004).
In addition to that, CIDB has also initiated a collaborative effort with key industrial players to implement BIM.
On another development yesterday afternoon, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak witnessed the exchange of MoU documents by two Malaysian companies, namely CIDB Holdings and Nurali Group (a Malaysian-owned company), with their Kazakhstan partners.
The construction industry development board in Singapore (CIDB 1989) estimated that contractors spend 5% to 10% of the total project cost rectifying defects.
Hamid Z, Egbu C, Arif M., Mohd Zin, Mohd.M.Z.N Ghani.K, Rahim.A.H,"Sustainable and Green Construction", Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB), Malaysia, 2010.
As of 2011, it's found that there are totally 37 China's construction companies which register in Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) or China Enterprises Association in Malaysia, in accordance with the information provided by the 2 organizations.
"Supporting Associations of the Arabian Construction Week include The UAE Business Council for Sustainable Development, Qatar Green Building Council, RICS, Contractors Association, Middle East Facility Management Association (MEFMA), Society of FaE*ade Engineering, Middle East Drymix Mortar Association (MEDMA), CIDB Malaysia, buildingSMART ME, Society of Engineers -- UAE and the emirates Green Building Council.