Construction Project Management

26-27 Jun, 2024, Wyndham Grand Bangsar Kuala Lumpur

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Ir. Ahmad Fauzi Yahya has garnered extensive experience in engineering, academia, and consultation. He has left an indelible mark on the fields of engineering, education, and consultation. His journey is a testament to dedication, expertise, and a commitment to advancing both technical knowledge and practical applications in various sectors.


Ir. Ahmad Fauzi is a highly accomplished and respected professional in the field of engineering and construction. With a career spanning over the decades, Ir. Ahmad Fauzi has garnered a wealth of experience and expertise, earning numerous professional qualifications and accreditations along the way. His dedication to the industry is evident through his active involvement in various expert panels, training initiatives and professional organizations.


Ir. Ahmad Fauzi’s outstanding qualifications and vast experience make him a distinguished figure in the engineering and construction field. His contributions to skill development, training, and industry standards have left an indelible mark on the profession, and his commitment to excellence continues to inspire future generations of engineers and construction professionals.



• Public Works Department 1977-1983

• Government Housing company (SPPK)/PNB 1983- 1991

• Senior lecturer, Inti International University, Nilai.

• Consulting Engineer- Partner 1991 – 1994

• Consulting Engineer – Managing Director 1994-2010

• Consulting Engineer/Trainer – Principal 2010-till to date


Professional Qualifications/Accreditation

• Professional Engineer(M), 1988 (6543)

• Practicing Consulting Engineer – SP 913

• Professional Engineer(SPAN), 2009

• Professional Interviewer(IEM)

• Panel Interviewer For Site Supervisor(CIDB)

• Expert Panel( SME Corp/NOSS)

• Expert Trainer(JPK-KSM-HRDF)

• Industry Panel(UITM)

• Member, IEM 1988(7263)

• Member, SSA

• Expert Panel, National Occupational Skill Standard (NOSS – Construction Industry)

• Expert Panel, CIDB relating to Construction Industry

• Customised Trainer (CIDB)

• Trainer (IKRAM/PKK/SIDC/Govt/Private/IUB)

• Accredited training centre (CIDB)-(Water supply, Earthworks, Building, Business management)

• Member, Association of Construction Project Manager

Venue Details

Wyndham Grand Bangsar Kuala Lumpur
No 1, Jalan Pantai Jaya, Tower 3, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, - 59200
Phone : (603) 2298 1888
Fax : (603) 2298 1999 7962/index.en.shtml

Contact us

03 2283 6109

03 2283 6100 

03 2283 6101

A-28-5, 28th Floor, Menara UOA Bangsar, 
No.5, Jalan Bangsar Utama 1, 
59000 Kuala Lumpur


In the Construction industry, all the stakeholders such as Clients/ Consultants/ Contractors/ Authorities involved in projects aspire that they are successfully implemented based on scope, cost, time and quality.


However, of late there are projects that are delayed, low quality output, cost overrun, misunderstandings, miscommunication, conflicts amongst personnel, conflicts amongst different tradesmen, flash floods, soil erosion, disputes, low profits, many defects and also failures.


Why are all these happenings?
Could it be due to lack in management?
Could it be due to unrealistic project program?
Could it be due to lack of drawings & specifications?
Could it be due lack of understanding of contract conditions?
Could it be due to unrealistic works program?
Could it be due lack of understanding of completion of works?
Could it be due to lack of knowledge of local bye laws & Acts?
Could it be due to lack of planning & scheduling?
Could it be due to lack of organizing & implementing?
Could it be due to lack of monitoring & control?
Could it be due to lack of understanding of 8M (resources)
Could it be due to lack of understanding of WBS (work breakdown structure)
Could it be due to laxity in construction safety?
Could it be due to laxity in ethics?


Thus, it is imperative that stakeholders grasp and understand the knowledge on Construction Project Management and its relation to Scope, Cost, Time And Quality. This is ensured that the project can be implemented successfully.

  1. Improving Your Expertise And Understanding In Construction Project Management For Continual Improvement.
  2. Examining On Project/Project Failures In The Construction Industry.
  3. Acquiring Knowledge On Project Program.
  4. Examining Drawings And Specifications.
  5. Examining The Contract Conditions.
  6. Learning Of Unrealistic Works Program.
  7. Understanding On Completion Of Works.
  8. Mastering The Relevant Acts & Bye Laws (CIDB Act 520).
  9. Learning The Importance Of Planning And Scheduling, Organizing, Implementing, Monitor & Control. (S – Curve)
  10. Knowing The Importance Of 8M (Resources).
  11. Learning The Importance Of WBS (Work Breakdown Structure).
  12. Understanding The Importance Of Meetings, Site Diary And Duties.
  13. Practising Excellent Construction Safety.
  14. Obtaining Key Pointers From Group Class Exercises.
  • Property Managers
  • Marketing Managers
  • Builders
  • Landowners
  • Legal Advisors
  • Investment Advisers & Planning Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Valuers
  • Property Consultants
  • Land Administration Managers
  • Bankers
  • Tax Managers
  • Estate Agents
  • Surveyors
  • Property Developers
  • Lawyers and Paralegals
  • Financiers
  • Contractor
  • Interactive Lectures
  • Case Studies
  • Discussion
  • Group Activities
  • Questions & Answers Session


  • Relevant Pictures
  • Why Do Projects Fail?

What Is Project? / Project Cycle

  • Project Program
  • Understanding Site
  • Understanding Management
  • Contract Management
  • Contractual Relationships Amongst Parties
  • Role Of Parties
  • Introduction To PWD 203
  • Introduction To FIDIC
  • S.O./S.O. Representative
  • Contractor/Contractor Representative
1:00 Lunch
  • Date Of Site Possession
  • Works Program
  • Commencement Of Work/ Quality
  • Performance Bond
  • Insurances
  • Variations
  • Interim Payments
  • Completion Of Works/ Extension Of Time / LAD
  • Understanding Planning
  • Understanding Scheduling

Understanding S – Curve

5:00 End of Day 1
  • What Is Drawings?
  • What Is Specification?
  • Resources (8M)
  • W.B.S.
  • OSHA.
  • Site Diary
  • Surveying/Setting Out
  • Site Supervision Team
  • Relevant Acts
  • Supervision Of Work (By Law/BEM/Act 520)
  • CCC
  • Construction Project Manager/ Site Supervisor/Skilled Workers
  • Group Class Exercise 1 – Relating To Project Issues Such As Scope Changes, Delay, Quality And Cost.
  • Planning & Scheduling, Execution, Monitoring & Control Of Works/S - Curve
1:00 Lunch

continued. Class Exercise/Presentation

  • Act 520
  • BEM
  • Factories & Machineries Act
  • Method Of Statement
  • Soil Investigation
  • Q & A
5:00 End of Course