UPCOMING EVENTS

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SUN
NOVEMBER 25, 2012
PAM BUILDING INDUSTRY FORUM (EAST COAST) 2012:
Participants of this one-day forum will be updated on the One Stop Centre (OSC) and its implementation while also touching on the Online Submission system. The forum will also explore green issues including the Green Building Index rating tools as well as the framework for facilitating the development of low-carbon cities in Malaysia. LAM CPD points applies.

VENUE: Hotel Tanjong Vista, Kuala Terengganu
TEL: 03-26934182
E-MAIL: info@pam.org.my
WEBSITE: www.pam.org.my/

WED
NOVEMBER 28, 2012
IGSC 2012:
The Malaysian Structural Steel Association (MSSA) and the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) jointly organises the inaugural two-day International Constructional Steel Conference (IGSC) 2012. Themed ‘Innovation and Transformation in Constructional Steel’, the event features speakers from various countries including New Zealand and China. Registration fees apply; CPD and CCD points are available.

VENUE: Palace of the Golden Horses
TEL: 03-26170200
E-MAIL: cidb@cidb.gov.my
WEBSITE: www.cidb.gov.my

THURS
NOVEMBER 29, 2012
PERFECT LIVIN ’12 — KUANTAN:
Perfect Livin returns to Kuantan for the second year running with a targeted 150 exhibitors in 400 booths, who will showcase their latest and best of home and lifestyle products ranging from furniture, furnishing and decor to smart homes, lighting and security systems over 4 consecutive days. 80,000 visitors are expected for this free event.

VENUE: Sultan Ahmad Shah International Convention Centre (SASICC), The Zenith Hotel, Kuantan
TEL: 03-8075 7375
E-MAIL: enquiry@perfectlivin.com
WEBSITE: www.perfectlivin.com/


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