Forest City Industrialized Building System Industrial Park

 Industrialized Building System, or IBS is a reference to the new mode of production in which construction components are made in a modern factory and then shipped at the building site where they will be put together.

In comparison to conventional construction techniques, IBS Industrial Park standardizes the design process while digitally modernizing and automating processes of construction and building part production. This improves products’ quality while making the most effective use of resources, offering an efficient, safer and more sustainable alternative to the traditional method. Not only is this a more environmentally-friendly option, it would also provide training and employment opportunities in the evolving construction industry, promoting productivity and economic development in the region.


Through constant exploration and development the Chinese IBS has improved leaps and leaps and. In the same way the Chinese authorities have been active in encouraging IBS because it has the possibility of solving problems of urbanization, employment and resources, as well as pollution, and enhancing productivity and efficiency.


To improve the efficiency of construction and to ensure the sustainable growth of the economy, Malaysia’s government has actively encouraged IBS. IBS. With the ecosystem approach The Malaysian Investment Development Authority forest city has initiated a process of upgrading every aspect of the production process in order to increase the use of IBS beginning with the construction, material design as well as supply chain. In 2014, nearly 1700 buildings, mainly government ones, had benefited from IBS within Malaysia.


In response to the national demand for the green building industry, Forest City made the maximum use of its technological resources to construct an IBS base covering 417 acres. The base will be one of the best in Asia or the world, by integrating all the industry chains into an efficient production base for construction-related products. It will integrate design for construction manufacturing, precast concrete, transportation, processing of accessory and assembly, as well as the research and development. This aligns with Malaysia’s plan of becoming a developed state through modernization and automation. In the present, the first phase of the precast concrete factory is in production. The factory is planned to produce 260,000 cubic meters of concrete, which is equivalent to the needed parts of 1 million square meter constructed space, which is the biggest construction site in Asia. After visiting Forest City IBS Base, Malaysia’s International Trade and Industry Minister praised it for embracing an environmentally-friendly, efficient and safe construction concept.

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