Economic Attributes related to Industrialised Building System in Malaysia
Keywords:Industrialised Building System (IBS), sustainability, attributes
This paper aimed to determine the economic attributes related to the sustainability of Malaysian construction. The method for data collection is questionnaire survey, which collected from 50 respondents. The results showed that there are many momentous economical attributes identified, which are IBS offers long-term monitoring mechanism by using Life Cycle Costing in cost development, the thoughts of environmental-related products are always involved a huge financial burden up-front and more speed on Return-on-Investment of a project. Based on information gained, strategies to strengthen and promotes broader adoption of sustainability in IBS construction, in Malaysia was suggested
Keywords: Industrialised Building System (IBS); sustainability; attributes
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