Thai Contractors Association under H.M. the King’s Patronage
Association under H.M. the King’s Patronage was founded in 1928. The main objectives of this group are:
The objectives of the association:
- Learn from past experiences and use them to improve the efficiency of the management and construction processes of the entrepreneur, strengthening them to be ready for global competition.
- Create correct understandings on the roles and responsibilities of the construction entrepreneur and awareness of the important tasks, capabilities and the significance of this business to the general public.
- Convince the government of a new aspect toward the construction business, using it to drive the country’s economy, especially as a pioneer in exporting construction material into the foreign market.
More information: www.tca.or.th/tca_website
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 Singapore Institute of Building Limited (SIBL)
The Singapore Institute of Building Limited (SIBL) was incorporated and registered with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) 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.
The Institute also upholds the competency and standards of the Building and Facilities Management professions, while promoting and advancing the status and interests of Professional Builders and Facilities Managers through training, education and research.
SIBL is a founding member of the Construction Industry Joint Committee (CIJC) and Corporate Member of Singapore Green Building Council (SGBC).
More information: www.sibl.com.sg
Thai Building Information Modeling Association (TBIM)
TBIM is a group of people who have a passion in BIM from various profession area such as the council of architect and engineer, education sector and private sector. TBIM is the center of collaboration for BIM practice in Thailand. It composes of people who have passion in BIM, and willing to promote BIM process to become the norm.
More information: tbim.or.th
Thailand Structural Engineers Association (TSEA)
Thai Structural Engineers Association (TSEA) was established. By the wishes to provide knowledge and understanding in the knowledge of structural engineering correctly, standards and useful to Thailand under the mission “the TSEA will promote, develop, and disseminate knowledge in structural engineering for the benefit of the country” which the TSEA has registered on 26 March 2019 and has a status as a juristic person.
More information: Facebook page TSEA
Vietnam Building Materials Association
The Portal of Vietnam Building Materials Information (vatlieuxaydung.org.vn) of Vietnam Building Materials Association, was assigned to Gamma NT Company to set up and develop since 2010, providing online information specialized in Building Materials, serving for production, application, research and development. This is a reliable, practical address to serve the information needs of manufacturers and consumers; and is an effective place for businesses to introduce products, promote brands.
More information: www.facebook.com/VLXD.org
Safety and Health at Work Promotion Association (Thailand)
Over the past 31 years, SHAWPAT has been working closely and collaboration with the Department of Labour Protection and Welfare, the Social Security Office and other Agencies in the Ministry of Labour and other Ministries as well as other private industries and enterprises. SHAWPAT is also expanding its OSH training facilities to include more practical training programmes for workers and personnel related to occupational safety, health and environment.
More information: www.shawpat.or.th
Malaysia Heavy Construction Equipment Owners
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: pajpbm.com
Cambodia Constructors Association (CCA)
The Cambodia Constructors Association (CCA) was established under the initiation by the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction through an assembly. There are more than 300 members attended in the event of which are mostly the construction and designing companies and construction materials and tools suppliers.
More information: www.cca.org.kh
Young Entrepreneurs Association of Cambodia (YEAC)
The Young Entrepreneurs Association of Cambodia (YEAC) was Launched in September 2009 by a team of passionate Cambodian young entrepreneurs from various sectors of businesses in Cambodia, the Young Entrepreneurs Association of Cambodia (YEAC) was established as a volunteer-driven non-profit organization whose mandate is to empower young entrepreneurs of Cambodia to enhance youth entrepreneurship and success of youth-owned businesses by creating a platform for networking, sharing, learning, and synergizing business opportunities, thereby contributing to productive employments and economic development that build the next generation economy for Cambodia.
Our passion for this existence is driven by a common belief that advancement of one country’s next generation economy largely depends on the readiness of the next generation’s young professionals as entrepreneurs and business leaders for which they actively participate. For this reason, the Young Entrepreneurs Association (YEAC) was created which located in 6th floor, suite 6FD, Parkway square, Moa Tse Tong Blvd, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
More information: yeacambodia.org