CITP is Malaysia’s national agenda to transform the construction industry to be highly productive, environmentally sustainable, with globally competitive players while focused on safety and quality standards.
Quality, Safety & Professionalism
ingrained in industry culture
Quality, safety and professionalism are primary prerequisites towards transforming our national construction into a responsible, developed industry. These fundamentals are to be ingrained into everyday practices, creating high quality construction products and safe & healthy environment at construction sites. Professionally addressing regulatory constraints will result in improved ease of doing business through enhanced procedures, reduced cost and lesser time for registering as contractors as well as for securing construction permits.
a model for the emerging world
Environmental sustainability agenda in the construction industry will be robustly developed and rolled out as a model to the emerging world. High compliance to the environmental sustainability ratings and practices will make Malaysia a low carbon, sustainable building and infrastructure hub. Efficient waste management will propel Malaysia’s infrastructure to be more resilient and sustainable, while aiding environmental protection and ensuring the people’s living standards are of high quality.
more than doubling productivity, matched with higher wages
Productivity is the primary engine of growth towards Malaysia’s high-income target. As a vital sector to the nation’s advancement, the construction industry will lead with high productivity levels through efficient adoption of new technologies and modern practices coupled with high-skilled, highly paid workforce.
Internationalisation & Competitiveness
Malaysian champions leading the charge locally & globally
Internationalisation will drive the Malaysian construction players to gain prominence as global players on the international platform as well as significantly elevate its position on the domestic front. Its highly skilled and professional workforce is envisaged to capture the growth beyond domestic market and adapts to the changing environment quickly to be able to compete in the world arena.