Effective Industry Collaborations

CITP recognises three key enablers required to sustain the momentum of the CITP implementation and in fulfilling its objectives, aspirations and outcome by 2020.

Collaboration is the first CITP enabler.

CITP’s tagline, “Driving Construction Excellence Together”, reflects the vital need to work together towards achieving a common goal in realising CITP’s outcome by 2020. Thus making effective collaboration among industry stakeholders in both the public and private sector crucial in ensuring smooth implementation on CITP programmes and initiatives towards meeting the targets.

In order to ensure strong industry alignment, it is essential that all stakeholders are brought in, offer support and actively involved in the initiatives proposed in the CITP. Active and effective collaborations are sought from those who are able to contribute in areas that are within their purview, knowledge, skills and specialisations.

In driving the transformation of the construction industry, CITP implementation has involved a broad spectrum of industry associations, leaders & experts; government ministries & agencies; research institutions & the academia; and many others.

Naturally, industry players are critical in CITP’s implementation as many initiatives are to be led and supported by them. They are strongly represented in the Thrust Working Groups and Initiative Working Groups.

Many key industry players have committed to CITP collaboration as they see its potential, value and benefit, not just to their respective organisations, but more importantly to the future of the industry and country.

Collaborations are secured through signing of pledges, Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC), Memorandum of Agreements (MoA) and others.

CITP continues to seek many more meaningful and effective collaborations.

20 November 2017
9 local universities and companies collaborate with myBIM
28 September 2017
100 local authorities engaged in CITP
14 September 2017
JKR-CIDB Collaboration – JKR Driving Construction Transformation Through Public Projects
25 April 2017
53 construction players in Penang pledged to support CITP
7 November 2016
MHU Sarawak and CIDB signed an MoU on CITP implementation alongside 3 subsidiaries
2 November 2016
6 Cyberjaya developers signed pledges to quality workmanship
5 September 2016
69 Sabah industry players committed to CITP's four strategic thrusts
3 March 2016
19 developers pledged to CITP as CIDB Malaysia and Rehda signed a Memorandum of Collaboration
19 October 2015
54 industry leaders took part in CITP pledge signing in Malacca
5 October 2015
23 CIDB management team signed up to implement CITP
3 September 2015
6 MOW Agencies signed CITP Pledges
23 May 2017