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the Industrialised Building Systems (IBS) is a construction process that utilsises techniques, products, components, or building systems which involve prefabricated components and on-site installation. From the structural classification, there are five IBS main groups identified as being used in this country, and these are: Pre-cast Concrete Framing, Panel and Box Systems Pre-cast columns, beams, slabs, 3-D components (balconies, staircases, toilets, lift chambers), permanent concrete formwork, etc; Pre-cast Concrete Framing, Panel and Box Systems Pre-cast columns, beams, slabs, 3-D components (balconies, staircases, toilets, lift chambers), permanent concrete formwork, etc; Steel Formwork Systems Tunnel forms, beams and columns moulding forms, permanent steel formworks (metal decks, etc; Steel Framing Systems Steel beams and columns, portal frames, roof trusses, etc; Prefabricated Timber Framing Systems Timber frames, roof trusses, etc; Block Work Systems Interlocking concrete masonry units (CMU), lightweight concrete blocks, etc. The use of IBS assures valuable advantages such as the reduction of unskilled workers, less wastage, less volume of building materials, increased environmental and construction site cleanliness and better quality control, among others. These advantages also promote a safer and more organised construction site, and reduces the completion time of construction. Many world-class Malaysian developers have chosen IBS over the conventional methods for important projects such as the Petronas Twin Towers, Putrajaya, KL Sentral and KLIA. IBS Publications | IBS Roadmap 2003-2010 | | IBS Survey 2003 | | IBS Sizing Guide Precast ConcreteComponent for Housing Building | | IBS Catalogue Prefabricated TimberComponent for Building Work 2004/2005 | | IBS Catalogue Precast ConcreteComponent for Building Work 2004/2005 |
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