A strong support from the local authorities
Construction Institute of Thailand (CIT)
The construction of the institution under the Ministry of Industry was established on March 1, 2554, is the main organization for the coordination between the public and private sectors. Promote and encourage the construction industry to a standard that is recognized internationally. To the development of the construction industry in the right direction and right. Along with the ability to compete with other countries.
More information: www.cit.or.th
Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB)
Public organization tasked with promoting and developing business events in Thailand. Since 2004, TCEB has worked toward establishing Thailand as Asia’s premier business events destination, by providing flexible, service-oriented support to meeting-goers, incentives winners, convention attendees and exhibition participants.
More information: www.businesseventsthailand.com
The National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC)
MTEC is Thailand’s specialized center in the field of materials science which aims to reach out to strategic alliances through research collaboration and other mechanisms in order to create knowledge and its application leading to sustainable development of the country. MTEC mission is to create and enhance capabilities in materials technology of both governmental and private sectors through R, D&E, technology transfer, HRD and infrastructure development in order to be a driving force behind the economic growth of the country.
More information: www.mtec.or.th
Department of Rural Roads (DORR)
Department of Rural Roads (DORR) is a department of the Thai government, under the Ministry of Transport. It maintains rural roads, under a different numbering scheme from national roads, which are managed by the Department of Highways (DOH). Our vision is “Perfect the national road networks on a sustainable basic for the happiness and welfare of the people.”
More information: www.drr.go.th
Support from other associations
The Malaysia Heavy Construction Equipment Owners’ Association
The Malaysia Heavy Construction Equipment Owners’ Association is a non-profit organization established in 1991. The Association has grown from strength to strength on the close cooperation with its members, the support from the building & construction industry and with close collaboration with the government
More information: http://pajpbm.com/
Penang Master Builders & Building Materials Dealers Association (PMBBMDA)
Our main aims are to promote and co-ordinate the development of the construction industry in Penang, to act as a liaison between the construction industry and various government agencies and to promote good relations and provide mutual help among members
More information: http://www.pmbbmda.com.my/
Philippines Contractors Association (PCA)
Philippines Contractors Association is an agent of change for the construction industry in the Philippines. We aim to make our members globally competitive through innovative technologies, and business acumen while promoting the highest form of ethical standards. As nation builders, we serve to benefit our country — the Filipino people, and the world. Today, more than 70 years after it was established, PCA is a partner for nation-building, a leading exemplar for the industry
More information: http://www.philconstruct.com/
International Facilities Management Association (IFMA)
Founded in 1980, IFMA is the world’s largest and most widely recognized international association for facility management professionals, supporting 24,000 members in 105 countries.
More information: http://wgs1.net/ifma-sg/
The Singapore Institute of Building Limited (SIBL)
The Singapore Institute of Building Limited (SIBL) was incorporated in 1981 to be The Professional Institute in Singapore for Qualified Building Professionals, engaged in Building practice in a managerial, technical or administrative capacity in the development, construction and maintenance of buildings, including those who are engaged in academic research and teaching.
Vietnam Concrete Association
The Concrete Association, founded in 1996, has 168 members, 106 companies and 60 individuals (experts). Its main activities are to promote the research and implementation of new technologies in the manufacture of Concrete, to promote the participation of its member companies in trade fairs and specialized conferences, to become an independent expert advisor to the government in the field of Beton in Vietnam.
More information: http://www.vca.vn
Vietnam Association for Building Materials
The Association of Building Materials, born on 11/8/1984, has 155 members who are companies and experts in the field of Building Materials. Its main activities are to promote the research and implementation of new technologies in the manufacture of building materials, to promote the participation of its member companies in trade fairs and specialized conferences, to become an independent expert advisor to the government in the Field of Building Materials.
More information: http://hoivlxdvn.org.vn