WHAT IS

INDUSTRIALIZED BUILDING SYSTEM (IBS) ?

Industrialized Building System (IBS) is a technology of construction which there are manufactured in controlled environment, either at off site or site. And then only transported, positioned and assembled into the construction works.

There are five main IBS groups identified in Malaysia:
(1) Precast Concrete System

(2) Metal Framing System

(3) System Formwork

(4) Timber Framing System

(5) Blockwork System

Other IBS System 
(applies to labour saving component)

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IBS as a method of :-

  • attaining better construction quality and productivity

  • reducing risks related to occupational safety and health (OSH)

  • alleviating issues for skilled workers dependency on manual foreign labour

  • achieving the ultimate goal of REDUCING THE OVERALL CONSTRUCTION COST.


that offers the following solutions:

  • minimal wastage

  • fewer site materials

  • cleaner and neater environment

  • controlled quality, and lower total construction costs

 

IBS CONTENT SCORING SYSTEM [ IBS SCORE ]

INTRODUCTION

To standardize the measurement of IBS usage in buildings, CIDB Malaysia formulated the Manual for IBS Content Scoring System (IBS Score) in 2005; followed by a revised edition in 2010.

The early editions of the Manual introduced a systematic and structured assessment system that can be referred to measure usage of IBS in a consistent way.  

Taking into account the introduction of current technologies, policies and business environment; and based on input from the construction industry stakeholders, CIDB Malaysia publishes this latest edition of the Manual, CIS 18: 2018. 

This 2018 edition of IBS Score Manual replaces CIS 18: 2010.  

 

THE IBS CONTENT SCORING SYSTEM

The maximum IBS Score for a building is capped at 100 points.
The IBS Score is made up of the following components: 

 

IBS SCORES FORMULA 

= (A) + (B) + (C)

(A) Part 1 – STRUCTURAL SYSTEM
(Maximum score is 50 points)

Points are awarded for various types of structural system used e.g. precast concrete beams and columns, steel, prefabricated timber, etc.

(B) Part 2 – WALL SYSTEM
(Maximum score is 30 points)

Points are awarded based on various types of wall systems used e.g. precast concrete panel, glass, dry partition, block work, etc.

(C) Part 3 – OTHER SIMPLIFIED CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS (Maximum score is 20 points)
Points are awarded based on usage of other simplified construction solutions e.g. standard components based on MS 1064, standardised grids, other 3D prefabricated components such as prefabricated toilets, staircases, etc.

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ISSUES & BARRIERS

OF IBS ADOPTION

1. Low awareness
2. Resistant in accepting new idea
3. Limited enforcement of IBS requirements
4. Lack of IBS expertise in the market
5. Perception of IBS is expensive

 

ADVANTAGES OF IBS

Comparing IBS to conventional construction method, the Industrialized Building System has the following but not limited to below shown advantages:

 
 

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