SIMPOSIUM KEJURUTERAAN AWAM DAN STRUKTUR (SIKAS 2024).

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We are excited to announce that the Malaysian Structural Steel Association (MSSA), in collaboration with Cawangan Kejuruteraan Awam dan Struktur (CKAS), JKR MALAYSIA, will be hosting the CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING SYMPOSIUM (SiKAS 2024) on August 6-7, 2024, at Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.

The symposium aims to deepen understanding of the latest engineering and construction technologies, supported by government policies and initiatives for sustainable economic development, particularly in the steel industry. Additionally, the event will focus on sharing technologies to foster a sustainable future, addressing unforeseen challenges to ensure the safety and well-being of users. Moreover, we hope this symposium will highlight the critical importance of technology adaptation in engineering, such as through digital transformation with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Building Information Modelling (BIM), which contribute to sustainability in infrastructure development.

The program is open to various sectors, including Public and Private entities, Educational Institutions, and Professional Bodies such as Consultants, Contractors, Students, Lecturers, and Suppliers, offering a platform to exchange views and ideas.

We warmly invite YBhg. Datuk/Dato’/Datin/Tuan/Puan to join us at this prestigious event. Secure your spot by registering online—simply scan the QR code or visit https://tinyurl.com/RegisterSiKAS2024

 

Don't miss out—the deadline for registration and payment is July 3, 2024.

For any inquiries, please reach out to the Program Secretariat: Mr. Badrul Hisham bin Hasbi at 03-26189257 / 016-7680482 (JKR) or Ms. Norpaizah Abdul Wahab at 03-61363333 / 019-2214404 (MSSA) or email to sikas2024@gmail.com

The registration fee is RM1000 for government agencies and RM1200 for private agencies.

Click to download the brochure. We look forward to your participation!

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