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UNIVERSITY TENAGA NASIONAL (UNITEN)

INTERNSHIP STUDENT PROGRAM


AT
IJM CONSTRUCTION

Oral Presentation

Name
: Mohd Qazar Bin Yusop
Id
: Ce090758
Program
: Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Hons.)
Duration
: 9 March 2015- 31 May 2015
Date Presentation
: 15 May 2015
Host. Supervisor
: Mr Rosli Yunus, Sr.Supervisor IJMC
Visiting Lecturer
: Dr. Mohd Hafiz Bin Zawawi

Content
Introduction
Design & Construction.
I. Steel bar.
II. Foundation.
III. Structural.
IV. Architecture.
V. Infrastructure.
SOP. (Standard Operation Procedure).
I. Method of statement.
II. Stage of completion.
Testing.
I. Slump test.
II. Cube test.
III. Hammer test.
IV. Concrete Coring test.
II. Construction Site.

Checking & Inspection.


I. Progress Inspection.
II. Pre Inspection.
III. Final Inspection.
Project Management.
I. Organization chart.
II. Work flow.
III. On Site organization.
IV. Monthly progress report.
Safety & Health.
I. Labor.
II. Construction Site

Introduction

Main activities of Company.


The result of a merger between three medium-sized local construction companies - IGB
Construction Sdn Bhd, Jurutama Sdn Bhd and Mudajaya Sdn Bhd, IJM was formed in 1983
to compete more effectively against bigger foreign rivals.
In April 2007, IJM acquired the Road Builder Group ("RBH"), and known as IJM
Construction. At Negeri Sembilan state, IJM Land & IJM Construction managed
construction & development of Seremban 2. Suddenly, the cooperation of IJM Land & IJMC
are the main player of development Negeri Sembilan.

Design & Construction.


I.

Reinforced concrete.

Designed on the principle that steel and concrete act together in resisting force.

II.

Foundation.

Foundations are designed to have an adequate load capacity depending on the type of subsoil
supporting the foundation by a geotechnical engineer, and the footing itself may be designed
structurally by a structural engineer. The primary design concerns are settlement and bearing
capacity

III. Structural.
The structural design for a building must ensure that the building is able to stand up safely,
able to function without excessive deflections or movements which may cause fatigue of
structural elements, cracking or failure of fixtures, fittings or partitions, or discomfort for
occupants.
It must account for movements and forces due to temperature, creep, cracking and imposed
loads. It must also ensure that the design is practically buildable within acceptable
manufacturing tolerances of the materials. It must allow the architecture to work, and the
building services to fit within the

IV. Architecture.
The process and the product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings and other physical
structures. Architectural works, in the material form of buildings, are often perceived as cultural
symbols and as works of art.
Architecture has to do with planning, designing and constructing form, space and ambience to reflect
functional, technical, social, environmental and aesthetic considerations. It requires the creative
manipulation and coordination of materials and technology, and of light and shadow.

V. Infrastructure.
Technical structures such as roads, bridges, tunnels, water supply, sewers, electrical grids,
telecommunications, and so forth, and can be defined as "the physical components of interrelated
systems providing commodities and services essential to enable, sustain, or enhance societal living
conditions.

SOP. (Standard Operation Procedure).


I. Method of statement.
A Method Statement is a document detailing how a particular task or activity will be carried out.
II. Stage of completion.
Stage of completion, also known as percentage of completion, is a measure of the extent of work
that has been completed in respect of a contract and is usually expressed in percentage terms.

Testing.
I.

Slump test.

The slump test is a means of assessing the consistency, workability & plasticity of fresh concrete. It
is used, indirectly, as a means of checking that the correct amount of water has been added to the
mix.

II. Cube test.


Compression test.

III. Hammer test.


The rebound hammer test method is used for the following purposes:
(a) To find out the likely compressive strength of concrete with the help of suitable corelations between rebound index and compressive strength.
(b) To assess the uniformity of concrete.
(c) To assess the quality of concrete in relation to standard requirements.
(d) To assess the quality of one element of concrete in relation to another.

IV. Concrete Coring test.


This test method provides standardized procedures for obtaining and testing specimens to
determine the compressive, splitting tensile, and flexural strength of in-place concrete.

Checking & Inspection.


I. Progress Inspection
II.

Pre Inspection.

III. Final Inspection.

Project Management.
I. Organization chart.
I. Operation Director : Ir Tong Wai Yong
II. Project Director: Thomas Foo
III.Sr. Construction Manager : Kum Chee Kong
IV. Construction Manager (Building) : Tee Tiong Guan
V. Asst. Manager M&E: Parameswaran
VI.

Senior Engineer: Mr. Rakesh Kumar.

VII. Sr. Safety Officer: N.Kunalan.


VIII. Admin Executive: Adzlindar.

II.

Work flow.

III. On Site organization.


Example 2M Site.
TITLE
: CONSTRUCTION AND COMPLETION OF MAIN BUILDING WORKS FOR 43 UNITS D/S
TERRACE HOUSE & 2 UNITS SEMI-D HOUSE (TYPE SD-1), PHASE 2M.
CLIENT
:
IJM LAND.
MAIN CONTRACTOR :
IJM CONSTRUCTION.
SUBCONTRACTOR
:
PEMBINAAN DUTA IDAMAN SDN BHD
ARCHITECT
:
KUMPULAN SENIREKA SDN BHD.
CONSULTANT
:
VIRGO JURUTERA PERUNDING.
PLUMBING WORKS
:
SYP SDN BHD.
ELECTRICAL WORKS
:
Y.U ENTERPRISE.
SITE AGENTS PDI
:
KEN NG HANG KEAT.
Sr.SUPERVISOR IJMC
:
MR ROSLI YUNUS.
SUPERVISOR
IJMC
:
NORAZLAILI

At the end of every month, site clerk of subcontractor submits to the main contractor a report
outlining all the projects - past, present and future.
Contents of monthly progress report.
i. Contract Details
ii. Executive Summary Report
iii. Site Plan
iv. Work Programmed
v. Work Progress
vi. Manpower Records
vii. Plant & Machinery Records
viii. Weather Chart
ix. Project Organization Chart
x. Progress Photograph
xi. List Of Consultant
From the progress report, the main contractor can evaluate the progress of project. If any, work did
not achieve the date duration, the main contractor will take action. Among the causes of delay work
progress.
i. Weathering.
ii. Plant & machinery.
iii. Material.
iv. Man power
v. Award project.

Safety & Health.


I. Labor.
II. Construction Site.
To prevent death, injury and ill health of labor &
site.
Management of hazard and risk at site.