Title: Developing Tanjung Pelepas Ecological Park (TPEP) Sustainable Business Strategy Framework And Operation

Client: Johor Port Authority (JPA)

Project Cost: RM750,000.00

Duration: 2 years 

Status: Awaiting Approval from JPA

Description

The Collaborative Research (CR) is to be conducted concurrently with TPEP Physical Development project. The Collaborative Research is vital in supporting the TPEP sustainable business environment and strategy. The objective of the CR is to develop operable business plan that suits TPEP business environment and TPEP Collaborative research between JPA and UTM is essential in providing well conceive project development involving local communities and global network. 

Title: Pelan Tindakan Masyarakat Rendah Karbon Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru 2025 (Pengubahan Sempadan)

Client: Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru (MBJB)

Project Cost: RM200,000.00

Duration: 4 months

Status: Completed

Description

ISI in collaboration with UTM-Low Carbon Asia Research Center (LCARC) has been appointed by MBJB to provide a low-carbon community action study for the Johor Bahru Airport (LCS MBJB 2025) area of the tail rather than the border changes proclaimed in January 2016. The signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between ISI and Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru (MBJB) was held on 10 January 2018,  at Majlis Bandaraya Johor Bahru, Johor.

Two final report submitted to MBJB in July and August 2018.

 

Title: NBOS-KPT-Pils: "Cadangan Mengubahsuai, Membekal dan Memasang Perabot untuk Penubuhan Kolej Komuniti dan Politeknik cawangan baharu bagi tahun 2016

Client: Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE)

Project Cost: 20 million

Duration: On-Going

Description:

ISI involvement in NBOS-KPT-PILS is as mentor institution or Project Management Consultant to Public Higher Institution (HEI) staff and students involvement in renovation, supply and installation for the new college community and polytechnic branch campuses.

 

Title: MIT-UTM Sustainable Cities Fellowship Programme

Client: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Project Cost: USD2.0 million.

Duration: Five (5) years 

Description:

The MIT-UTM Malaysia Sustainable Cities Program (MSCP) is a five-year effort, initiated and run by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). The MSCP mission is to study and document sustainable city development efforts in Malaysia.  Research findings will be developed into online instructional materials to enhance and extend the teaching of sustainable city development across universities in the global South. The MSCP is housed in CoLab at MIT and the Institut Sultan Iskandar (ISI) at UTM. 

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