The gathering, organised by the Public Works Department and its entities, such as the Construction Industry Development Board (cidb), the Independent Development Trust (IDT), Agrement South Africa and the Council for the Built Environment (CBE) was aimed at reviewing the slow pace of transformation in the construction sector, looking at government policies and implementation, as well as the role of the private sector in facilitating meaningful empowerment.
What does CIDB stand for?
CIDB stands for Construction Industry Development Board
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- Centro Italiano Documentazione Azione Studi (Italian: Italian Center for Documentation of Action Studies)
- Compact Integrated Defensive Aids Suite (Saab)
- Criticality Incident Detection and Alarm System
- Companhia Integrada de Desenvolvimento Agrícola de Santa Catarina (Portugese)
- Combat Identification Assessment Team
- Cayman Islands Development Bank
- Centre d'Information et de Documentation sur le Bruit (French: Center for Information and Documentation on Noise)
- Chronic Inflammatory Disease of the Bowel (more commonly seen as CIBD)
- Common Intelligence Database (US DoD)
- Configuration Item Database
- Control Inspection Database
- Central Intercept Database Administration System
- Chinatown-International District Business Improvement Area (Seattle, WA)
- Central Institute for Animal Disease Control (The Netherlands)
- Centralized Inventory Distribution Center
- Children in Difficult Circumstances
- Chronically Ill and Dependent Children
- Commons International Development Committee (UK)
- Coney Island Development Corporation (New York)
- Construction Industry Development Council (India)
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The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB), Royal Police Malaysia (PDRM), Asian Professional Security Association (APSA), Malaysia Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration Association (MACRA) and Malaysia Lift & Escalator Association (MALEA) also provided much appreciated backing The event was also supported by leading corporations and the Tenaga Expo 2012 event was backed by the leading electric provider in the region: Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB).
Speaker line-up at the congress included senior leadership from Pertubuhan Akitet Malaysia (PAM), Green Building Council of Malaysia, Construction Industry Development Board of Malaysia, Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM), Nippon Paints, Maleki Gmbh, Lucas Works, Kumpulan Arena, IBS alliance, BDA architects, The Energy Commission, amongst Frost & Sullivan analysts.
It was established on 1 April 1999 as a result of the merger between the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) and the Building Control Division of the Public Works Department (PWD).