About CITP

The CITP is Malaysia’s national agenda to transform the construction industry from 2016 to 2020. It aims to transform the construction industry through four strategic thrusts: Quality, Safety and Professionalism, Environmental Sustainability, Productivity and Internationalisation.

The CITP’s goals include:

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Creating and enforcing the highest standards of quality, safety and professionalism in the construction industry

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Instituting more environmentally sustainable practices throughout the industry

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Generating high-skilled jobs and opportunities for Malaysian youth and SMEs

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Reducing the reliance on low skilled foreign labour

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Increasing global competitiveness

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The CITP is driven by the Ministry of Works through the Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB).

The CITP addresses pertinent issues plaguing the construction industry such as:

CITP was developed to accelerate the future of the Malaysian construction industry as part of the 11th Malaysia Plan under Chapter 8 “Reengineering Economic Growth for Greater Prosperity” and Focus Area D “Transforming Construction”.

CITP was put together as a detailed programme to elevate the national construction industry through collaborations with industry players and stakeholders. A total of 21 initiatives were devised alongside 117 KPIs, which are closely monitored by 25 committees.

CITP was developed to accelerate the future of the Malaysian construction industry as part of the 11th Malaysia Plan under Chapter 8 “Reengineering Economic Growth for Greater Prosperity” and Focus Area D “Transforming Construction”.

CITP was put together as a detailed programme to elevate the national construction industry through collaborations with industry players and stakeholders. A total of 21 initiatives were devised alongside 117 KPIs, which are closely monitored by 25 committees.
17 May 2017