Work Program with Roads, Bridges & Drainage Corporation (RBDC) in Khartoum, Sudan

The Road, Bridges and Drainages Corporation (RBDC) in Khartoum State is wholly owned by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transportation, offering state of the art construction of roads, bridges, and drainage and also provide continuous maintenance. RBDC is responsible in forming the partnership with investors and contractors to construct the infrastructure of the Khartoum State and all other services required to facilitate and support development activities. The objectives of the program are to conduct a technical training based on a customised program that is appropriate with the technical background and working experience of the trainees and to provide the opportunity for the trainees to obtain useful insight on the practices of infrastructure planning and development in Malaysia. The training package encompasses of GIS Application in Infrastructure, Quality Control of Road Construction, Bridges Maintenance, Rating of Bridges and Drainage System Design, Usage of Water Collection.

Kansas University Study Abroad Program

Year: 2013

ISI in collaboration with Department of Architecture, Faculty of Built Environment, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia hosted 13 students and 2 faculty member from Kansas University, Lawrence, United States of America from 3 January 2013 to 17 January 2013 for a field study. This is part of a Kansas University Study Abroad program and adopted a theme ‘Two–Week Field Study: Experiencing Multicultural Malaysia through Architecture’. Itinerary of the visit covers 7 states in both West and East Coast regions, particularly Nusajaya in Johor, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Putrajaya, Perak, Terengganu and Melaka. Excursion to the variety of award winnings architecture is included in the visit. Most importantly, they conducted a study on how to revitalize a traditional urban quarter in Kuala Terengganu. This was a collaborative study undertook by Kansas University students and UTM architecture students as part of this collaboration.

EXCOM Programme of Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)

Year: 2009, 2011, 2013

Engineering students from Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Norway have been visiting Malaysia as part of their final year undergraduate curriculum-Construction in Developing Countries (EXCOM). Excom is a yearly programme at NTNU where students voted for the countries they choose to visit. Malaysia was first selected in 2009 with Institute Sultan Iskandar as host. Excom comprises of a one-week technical visit to Malaysia hosted by ISI in collaboration with the construction industry. The focus of interest for the visit was on the engineering aspects of highway construction, water treatment and buildings.

Title: Hydrographic Survey, Pengerang Johor

Year: 2013

Client: Agrolink Solution (M) Sdn Bhd

Project Cost: RM110,000.00

Duration: Four (4) weeks

Status: Completed


ISI was appointed by Agrolink Solution (M) Sdn. Bhd. to conduct hydrographic survey and study of proposed dredging works of an approximately 1,000 hectares seabed of Pengerang. 



Title: UTM Campus Development at Bandar Penawar

Client: Pejabat Harta Bina, UTM

Status: Pending


As requested by the Pejabat Harta Bina, UTM (PHB), ISI had submitted a technical and financial proposal for the development of the 311.3 acre UTM land located in Lembaga Kemajuan Johor Tenggara (KEJORA). The preparation of the master plan inclusive of the Development Order approval process is expected to take four to six months. The professional fee sum of RM540,000.00 is chargeable for the services of key planning and engineering consultants and for specialist input. 

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