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posted on: 27-Aug-2013

In this series of articles, INTERSECTION will interview women architects in Sarawak – from the graduate to the salaried architect, the free-lancer to the director – to unearth the role women architects play in the local architectural scene. Worldwide, there is a disparity in the number of women who graduate from architecture school and the […]

posted on: 30-Jul-2013

DBKU will be implementing the use of Notice of Approval for building works that have been approved from the 1st of February 2013. The Notice of Approval is attached with the approved plan and is needed to be displayed at the building site when building works are carried out. Please refer to the letter for […]

posted on: 30-Jul-2013

Effective from 1st August 2010, the revised  Building Plan Submission Process and approval procedures will be implemented by this Council. In this new procedure and process, the Submitting person who intends to submit building plan to council for approval shall to submit the building plans to the relevant Authorities / Departments and obtain approval from […]

posted on: 30-Jul-2013

This serves to inform that effective 3rd January 2011,  Land & Survey Department (L&S) has implemented a new Development Checklist namely: i) Development Checklist 7/2010(A) – For application of 40 unils of houses and below: and ii) Development Checklist 812010(B) For application of residential development exceeding 40 units of houses or more than 5 acres […]

posted on: 30-Jul-2013

A Letter from Bomba regarding submission instructions for the Occupational Permit Supporting Letter. According to the letter, as of 1st January 2013, Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat Malaysia Negeri Sarawak, will require the submission of three (3) copies of Bomba Operation Book as one of the technical requirements for the approval of building plans and the […]

posted on: 22-Jul-2013

This year, PAM bestowed a total of 22 awards from 14 categories, selected from 182 entries throughout the country.

This year, 3 entries from Sarawak won prizes thus prolonging our run of winning PAM Awards since 2006.

This year, instead of focusing solely on the winners – we decided to turn the spotlight on the 16 entries from Sarawak – to congratulate them on their efforts and to encourage other Sarawakian architects to participate in showcasing their work.

Well done, guys – keep up the good work!

posted on: 19-Jul-2013

PAMSC Workshop with UPM In March, PAMSC conducted another design workshop with Universiti Putra Malaysia; this is the second such workshop – this time with 24 Fourth Year students. The workshop was conducted by Ar. Chai Si Yong, Tay Tze Yong and Ar. Wong Siew Ling with UPM Puan Kalsom Mohd as coordinators. The students […]

posted on: 18-Jul-2013

After much anticipation, the Sarawak Government funded project to conserve Fort Alice for Adaptive Re-use as a local Heritage Museum, is scheduled to commence works on 28th May 2013. The project is implemented by JKR Sarawak. Jabatan Muzium Sarawak will be responsible to set up the local Heritage Museum with input from the Conservation Architect […]

posted on: 21-May-2013

After much anticipation, the Sarawak Government funded project to conserve Fort Alice for Adaptive re-use as a local Heritage Museum, is scheduled to commence works on 28th May 2013. The project is implemented by JKR Sarawak. Jabatan Muzium Sarawak will be responsible to set up the local Heritage Museum with input from the Conservation Architect and a specialist consultant.

posted on: 26-Apr-2013

Please refer to the attach letter dd 26th April 2013 from the Council of the City of Kuching South for the above mentioned. MBKSDISABLETOILET

posted on: 09-Apr-2013

This training is focused on three topics of industrial flooring.This training shall raise the awareness of the importance of selecting the correct industrial flooring to meet the main requirement of the floor function and to ensure long lasting floors.

posted on: 12-Mar-2013

PAMSC Sharing “KTS Garden: Behind the Scenes” by Jeffrey Yeung This project started as a corporate responsibility initiative to convert a vacant property into a public space for the benefit of Kuching residents, while waiting for the right opportunity to be developed. Movie Nite Melbourne Reborn The Art & Science of Renzo Piano Please register […]

posted on: 30-Oct-2012

Sharing with Passion

“Beijing in 13 months”
By: Oscar Tan

Movie Nite

China: From Red to Green

Deeper shades of Green

posted on: 18-Oct-2012

Brisbane: Housing Minister Datuk Amar Abang Johari Tun Openg, who is on a five-day working tour of this Australian city, held a dialogue on tourism matters with members of the Australia/Malaysia Business Council. Johari said the council led by chairman Chan Wai Wee could serve as a vital link to promote tourism of both countries.

posted on: 14-Oct-2012

KUCHING: Four out of six century old shouphouses along Gambier Street that were razed to the ground in a fire in 2009 will be rebuilt at a cost of RM3.45mil.

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This CPD will examine the roles and responsibilities of the Architect under the Housing Development Act (Act 118 Peninsular Malaysia 2007) and the Sarawak Housing Ordinance (1993) and related regulations. It will cover an overview of the two sets of laws in force in West Malaysia and Sarawak and point out the major differences. A brief outline of the certification process under the housing acts and ordinances and the management of quality in relation to this certification is reviewed. Managing common defects and complaint is also considered.

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