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Quality, Safety and Professionalism

Quality, safety and professionalism ingrained in industry culture.

Environment Sustainability

Malaysia’s sustainable infrastructure: a model for the emerging world.

Productivity

More than double the productivity and matched accordingly with higher wages.

Internationalisation

Malaysian champions leading locally and globally.

CITP is Malaysia’s national agenda to transform the construction industry, with the primary objective of transforming the construction industry to be highly productive, environmentally sustainable, with globally competitive players while focused on safety and quality standards.

CITP reflects the agenda of the national Services Sector Blueprint and was launched on 10 September, 2015.

20 CITP initiatives to transform the construction industry across 4 strategic thrusts

Q1 Increase emphasis on quality and implement quality assessments Q2 Improve workplace safety and workers' amenities Q3 Improve ease of doing business by addressing regulatory constrains
Q4 Promote and raise awareness of CITP initiatives Q5 Enhance integrity and increase governance
E1 Drive innovation in sustainable construction E2 Drive compliance to environmental sustainability ratings and requirements E3 Focus on public projects to lead on suitable practices
E4 Facilitate industry adoption of sustainable practices E5 Reduce irresponsible waste during construction
P1 Continue investment in human capital development in construction P2 Enhance control and balance of workforce supply P3 Accelerate adoption of IBS, mechanisation and modern practices
P4 Roll out technology advantage across project life-cycle P5 Enhance availability of strategic information via National Construction Industry Information Centre (NCIIC) P6 Advance SME/Bumiputra capacity and capability-building
I1 Internationalise construction practices and standards I2 Strengthen access to financing for Malaysian champions going abroad
I3 Support consortia formation and strengthen overseas market intelligence I4 Intensify contractor’s capacity and capability building

Quality, Safety and Professionalism

Quality, safety and professionalism ingrained in industry culture.

Environment Sustainability

Malaysia’s sustainable infrastructure: a model for the emerging world.

Productivity

More than double the productivity and matched accordingly with higher wages.

Internationalisation

Malaysian champions leading locally and globally.

CITP is Malaysia’s national agenda to transform the construction industry, with the primary objective of transforming the construction industry to be highly productive, environmentally sustainable, with globally competitive players while focused on safety and quality standards.

CITP reflects the agenda of the national Services Sector Blueprint and was launched on 10 September, 2015.

20 CITP initiatives to transform the construction industry across 4 strategic thrusts

Q1 Increase emphasis on quality and implement quality assessments

Q2 Improve workplace safety and workers’ amenities

Q3 Improve ease of doing business by addressing regulatory constrains

Q4 Promote and raise awareness of CITP initiatives

Q5 Enhance integrity and increase governance

E1 Drive innovation in sustainable construction

E2 Drive compliance to environmental sustainability ratings and requirements

E3 Focus on public projects to lead on suitable practices

E4 Facilitate industry adoption of sustainable practices

E5 Reduce irresponsible waste during construction

P1 Continue investment in human capital development in construction

P2 Enhance control and balance of workforce supply

P3 Accelerate adoption of IBS, mechanisation and modern practices

P4 Roll out technology advantage across project life-cycle

P5 Enhance availability of strategic information via National Construction Industry Information Centre (NCIIC)

P6 Advance SME/Bumiputra capacity and capability-building

I1 Internationalise construction practices and standards

I2 Strengthen access to financing for Malaysian champions going abroad

I3 Support consortia formation and strengthen overseas market intelligence

I4 Intensify contractor’s capacity and capability building

This website serves as a portal to disseminate information on the CITP and updates on its thrusts and initiatives. Through this website, the visitor can gain an introduction to the CITP, an insight into why and how it will transform the industry, and updates as to its progress.

This website will also serve as a repository of multimedia materials and pertinent documents.
The information contained in this website is not exhaustive, as the CITP is a comprehensive programme that covers multiple areas and affects numerous stakeholder groups.

Detailed information and further updates can be obtained through the Construction Industry Development Board.