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6th ASEAN Post Graduate Seminar in Built Environment 2012 (6th APGS)

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Join us for the 6th ASEAN Post Graduate Seminar (6th APGS) being held on the 4th December 2012 at the Faculty of Built Environment, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur

"Toward Comprehensive and Sustainable Built Environment"


This seminar is a good intellectual platform for ASEAN postgraduate students to share and create networking among themselves and other researchers. It introduces fundamental issues and specialized topics of recent research in Built Environment. The seminar also offers a forum for the dissemination of research findings and to market their inventions. There will be keynote speakers from academic and the industry attending.

6th APGS will bring together national and international frontline thinkers, academics, executives, government and business officials, practitioners and leaders to present and discuss the pivotal role of project and facilities management in the achievement of excellence organisations.


  • To provide a platform for the local practitioners to present the current situation on research in built environment
  • To provide needed information and skills in project and facilities management practice and implementation
  • Empowering both professionals and citizens by encouraging engagement, cooperation and team work
  • To study international experiences and practice on project and facilities management implementation
  • To establish network among researchers and practitioners
  • To deepen the knowledge on project and facilities management
  • To nurture the awareness and importance of sustainable project and facilities management


  • Academicians
  • Architects
  • Consultants
  • Contractors
  • Developers
  • Engineers
  • Government Officers
  • Local Authorities
  • Manufacturers
  • Politicians
  • Project Managers
  • Students
  • Surveyors
  • And all those interested



  • Construction technology
  • Design, landscape and architecture
  • Conservation
  • Planning and urbanism
  • Construction management
  • Environmental & Sustainable design
  • Real estate

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