The construction industry in Malaysia has returned to pre-2020 growth, says Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) chief executive officer Datuk Ahmad Asri Abdul Hamid.
The future is still somewhat uncertain for construction companies as the federal administration is likely focusing on strengthening national coffers and mitigating high debt levels amid the Covid-19 pandemic, said analysts.
The government’s decision to allow only three industries to hire foreign workers — construction, plantation and agriculture – is a smart move to reduce reliance on foreign workers.
As building sites all over the world gradually re-open after lockdown, it’s becoming increasingly clear that construction will look different after COVID-19.
In View of the difficulty faced by low-wage earners in owning homes in the country, the Government has come up with a plan to build one million affordable homes within two years.
Construction of the second phase of the Pan Borneo Highway linking Sarawak and Sabah will kick off in September and is expected to complete in 2023, The Borneo Post reported today.
A new three-year plan to boost the construction industry’s productivity will focus on more prefabrication and further enhancing the skills of workers.
Mah Sing Group Receives Frost & Sullivan Excellence in Growth — Building Construction Industry Award
Mah Sing Group Berhad (Mah Sing) was recognized with the 2015 Frost & Sullivan Excellence in Growth Building Construction Industry Award, at an awards banquet held at the Mandarin Oriental yesterday.
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Piling and Foundation Market in Malaysia 2015-2019” report to their offering.
The construction industry grew at the rate of 14.3% until the middle of this year with projects worth RM69bil carried out until September, Works Minister Datuk Seri Fadillah Yusof said.