Presented by: Ir Kok Yen Kwan Malaysia Green Building Confederation (MGBC) 21 June 2013, Friday 2.45pm - 3.15pm Lounge 2, Exhibition Hall 2, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
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Presented by: Ms Tan Hwee Yinn Malaysia Green Building Confederation (MGBC) 21 June 2013, Friday 2.00pm - 2.30pm Lounge 2, Exhibition Hall 2, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
ARCHIDEX 2013 20 June 2013, Thursday 3.00pm - 6.00pm Booth 8A120, Hall 8 Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Contact Person: Ms Harriet Chng +6012 984 4540
Presented by: Ms Lucia Lu & Mr Peter Wollman Inovar Contracts Sdn Bhd 21 June 2013, Friday 4.00pm - 5.00pm Lounge 2, Exhibition Hall 2, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
17 June 2013, Sheraton Hotel Kuala Lumpur Dear Members, MGBC is pleased to announce its official support for the Executives Forum on Liveable and Sustainable Cities and Infrastructure on 17 June 2013 over at the Sheraton Hotel; further details of the Forum are in the flyer attached. You are therefore cordially
Posted on 10 May 2013 - 10:30am in theSundaily Laura Lee Selangor is leading in terms of having the largest number of registered green building index (GBI) projects, totalling 166, with Kuala Lumpur following closely behind (117). The rest of the states or territories pale in comparison, with Penang having
12-13 September 2013 Urban Density & Sustainability Download Event Flyer
26-27 August 2013 Malaysia Society of Waste Management & Environment (MSWME) in affiliation with Society of Waste Management Expert in Asia & the Pacific Island (SWAPI) is organizing the International Conference on Waste Management & Environment 2013. Download Event Flyer
2 July 2013 The Waste Management Symposium is jointly organised by the Waste Management and Recycling Association of Singapore (WMRAS), National Environment Agency (NEA) and International Solid Waste Association (ISWA) and supported by Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA). Download Event Flyer
Launched in 2009, the Green Building Index has been guiding Malaysia's building and construction industry in making the country more environmentally friendly, one building at a time. Now, it wants to encourage individuals to do the same. Download the full article (PDF)