As the nation is currently going through the Full Movement Control Order (FMCO) in the month of June, it is yet another challenging period for all of us, including our members in the construction industry. Part of the common feedback that we have been receiving recently is the confusion with directives or standard operating procedures (SOPs) and the procedure of application for approval to operate. While we understand members’ frustration in getting the approval, MBAM is monitoring the situation closely.
Earlier this month, we have conducted a survey to find out how many of our members have applied for approval and the status of application. Upon completion of the survey, MBAM Secretariat have contacted some of the respondents facing issues on recommended steps to be taken.
The Prime Mover and Recognized Voice of the Malaysian Construction Industry.
- To provide a synergy of services to members for the betterment of the construction industry.
- To actively initiate, support and participate in programmes and activities that enhance professionalism, productivity and quality in the construction industry.
- To address issues in the construction industry to facilitate members in achieving global competitiveness.
The Main objectives of the Association are:
- To promote and Co-ordinate the development of the construction industry.
- To Promote measures aimed at securing improvements pertaining to techniques, procedures and methods in the construction industry.
- To Organise training programmes, seminars, symposia, conferences, conventions, exhibitions and expositions related to the construction industry.
- To Identify and Study problems arising in the construction industry and to discuss and explore solutions with relevant Government authorities and professional institutions.
- To Seek representation on Committees set up by Government or non-Governmental organisations.
- To Protect the legitimate interest of members.
- To Encourage and Promote the practice of professionalism and harmonious working relationship.