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Civil engineering practice in Malaysia

Proficiency, experience and good working knowledge of Civil engineering practice in Malaysia covering general matter, geotechnical works, structural works and civil works as follows:

    1. Procurement & Contract (Pre and Post) administration
    2. Regulatory practice and submission procedure for civil engineers
      1. "Street, Drainage & Building Act" and the Uniform Building By Law Malaysia (UBBL) where it pertains to the civil engineer.
      2. Earth Works By-Laws
      3. Submission procedures for planning approval, building plan and relevant Form Gs and Form F for Certificate of Completion and Compliance (CCC) as Submitting Person.
      4. Fire Services Act where it pertains to Civil engineer submission.
      5. Environmental Quality Act introductory level.
      6. Temporary works and site safety.
    1. Site Investigation Works
      1. Planning of site investigation field works and sampling
        • For earthworks inclusive cut and fill; and
        • For foundation design (shallow and deep foundation)
      2. Planning of laboratory testing and interpretation of results
        1. Types of laboratory tests; and
        2. Interpretation of laboratory tests for necessary soil and rock design parameters.
    2. Earthworks
      1. General Earthworks
        1. Determination of materials (acceptable materials vs unsuitable materials for filling or excavation);
        2. Compaction requirements;
        3. Construction control of filling at site (e.g. loose thickness, testing, filling layer by layer, no tipping etc.);
        4. Construction control of cutting at site (e.g. to cut from top, to turf within certain time, etc.); and
        5. Erosion, sediment, control plan (ESCP).
      2. Design of Earthworks
        1. Selection of subsoil and rock parameters for analysis (e.g. shear strength, groundwater levels, stiffness, consolidation parameter etc.);
        2. Analysis and design of slope stability for cut and fill (e.g. type of analysis and factor of safety, etc.);
        3. Slope stabilization system (soil and rock slope);
        4. Earth retaining structures;
        5. Settlement analysis (e.g. immediate settlement, consolidation settlement, secondary compression, etc.);
        6. Ground treatment selection, analysis and design; and
        7. Application of Geosynthetic (vertical drain, geotextile, geogrid etc)
    3. Geotechnical Design for Foundation and Retaining Walls
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