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REG 360 INDUSTRIALISED BUILDING SYSTEM

REG360: INDUSTRIALISED
BUILDING SYSTEM

LECTURE 4: IBS SCORE


IN MALAYSIA

Sr Dr Md Azree Othuman Mydin


School of Housing, Building & Planning
Universiti Sains Malaysia
azree@usm.my

Contents
IBS Score?
Development of IBS Score in Malaysia
Assessment of IBS Score
Amendment of IBS Score
Fundamental of MS 1064
Example calculation: IBS Score
In-class assignment (IBS Score)

IBS Score

WHAT IS IBS SCORE?


Systematic and structured assessment
system that can be used to measure
the usage of Industrialised Building
Systems (IBS) in a consistent way.
Sets out the IBS Score formula, the IBS
Factor for each of the elements used
in the building, methods of calculating
the IBS Score, explanatory notes, as
well as sample calculations

OBJECTIVES OF IBS SCORE?


1. Provide a well-structured
assessment system for
calculating the IBS Score

2. Provide complete guidance


to all professional to evaluate
the IBS Score for any building
project

PRINCIPLES OF IBS SCORE


1. The use of prefabricated and precast components
2. Off-site production of components
3. The use standardized components
4. Repeatability
5. Design building component based on Malaysian
Standard Guide to Modular Coordination in Building, MS
1064.

Prinsip IBS SCORE

The use of prefabricate components


100% in factory
control environment
quality product
fulfil the spec

Prinsip IBS SCORE

Off-site Production of components


made in factory
maximum supervision
quality production
according to standard
no disturbance (weather
etc)

Prinsip IBS SCORE


The use standardized components
based on Malaysian
Standard MS1064
towards open system
concept
maximize production
reduce raw material
wastage
expand market
opportunities
Increase competitiveness

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Prinsip IBS SCORE


Repeatability
ease manufacturing and
fabrication
reduce production cost
reduce material cost
easy monitoring

IBS Score Implementation Indicator


IBS SCORE (%)
100

70
50

Labour on site

Organize and
safe site

Material wastage

Component
quality

Material usage

Project
completion

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Development of IBS Score In Malaysia

IBS DEVELOPMENT IN MALAYSIA


IBS Roadmap 2003-2010

IBS
Strategic
Plan 1999

Construction Industry Master Plan


2006-2015

Diluluskan
oleh
Kabinet

1999 2001

Malaysia IBS
International
Exhibition
06 (MIIE06)

IBS
Roadmap
Review
2008-2010

Malaysia IBS
International
Exhibition
09 (MIIE09)

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

MS 1064: Modular
Coordination as
Guideline for Building
Design

2015

Manual for IBS


Content Scoring
CIS18 2010:
Diterbitkan

Manual for IBS


Content Scoring
Diterbitkan
Circular issued on
IBS by Treasury on
25 July 2005

Follow-up Treasury
Circular on IBS issued
on 31 Oct 2008

Encourage

Mandate

IBS
Roadmap
2011-2015
Approved by the
Cabinet on 9 July 2010

IBS Score Usage


IBS
Score
30%

2004

IBS
Score
50%

2005

IBS
Score
70%

2008
SPP Bil 7/2008

CIDB Levi Exemption for


housing project as
follow:
LC
LMC
MC

CIDB for all housing


projects

All government
projects should use
70% IBS

IBS SCORE AMENDMENT


PINDAAN IBS SCORE

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Changes in IBS Score and System Component


Structural
System

Other Simplified
System

Wall
System

IBS SCORE 2010

50%

30%

20% = 100%

IBS SCORE 2004

50%

20%

30%

100%

IBS Score Evaluation

Pengiraan IBS SCORE


Section 1 : Structure System
Roof Structure
Column
Floor

Section 2 : Wall System


Wall

Section 3 : Other Simplified


Construction Solutions
Modular MS 1064

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Repetitiveness

Component Percentage
Section 1 : Structure System
Section 2 : Wall System
Section 3 : Other Simplified Construction
Solutions
IBS Structure
System

50%

IBS Wall
System

20%

Other
Simplified
Construction

30%

= 100%
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Rational Distribution of Components


Rational
Structure System

75% of the
construction work
involve wet trade

Wall System

There are a lot of IBS


components available
in the market

Other Simplified
Construction
Solutions

Encourage the usage


of standard
component and the
utilization of same
repetition component

IBS Component: 50%


Section 1: IBS Structural System
Precast components i.e. Beam,
Column & Slab.
Precast load bearing wall
Steel column and beam
Timber frame system
Prefabricated/Precut Roof
system
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IBS Component :20%


Section 2: IBS Wall System
Precast concrete panel
Metal cladding
Prefabricated timber panel
Drywall system
Precision blockworks
Full height glass panel
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IBS Component:30%
Section 3: Other Simplified Construction Solutions
The use of standard component
according to MS1064
The layout of the repetition
structure
Other pre-fab components

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PRINCIPLE OF IBS SCORE CALCULATION

Formula IBS Score


STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

WALL SYSTEM

OTHER SIMPLIFIED
CONSTRUCTION
SOLUTIONS

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Calculation Principle

1.Structural system
-

Points are awarded based on structural system used


Allocation based on % of floor area that utilises the
structural system
Point =

Q
50 S
Q
ST

F S

Qs Area of construction system is used


Qst Total construction area of the building
Fs from Table 1

Calculation Principle

1. Structural system

Sub-structure works (elements) are not taken into account in the calculation
e.g. Piling, ground beam, ground slab, underground car park etc)
The construction area includes car porch but excluding driveway, apron and
landscaped areas.

Calculation Principle
Table 1: IBS Factor: Structural System

Calculation Principle
Roof

: Roof truss using prefab roof truss

Roof
Beam
Column

: precast beam
: insitu column with reusable
formwork
No floor :

First floor

Beam
Column
Slab

: precast beam
: insitu column with reusable
formwork
:precast concrete half floor slab

Ground floor

Exercise 1
Question
What is the IBS Factor for the following Structural components?
(Refer Table 1)
1. Insitu concrete floor with timber forwork + insitu column with timber
formwork + precast beam = 0.4
2. Insitu beam with timber formwork + Insitu column with timber
formwork + steel flooring = 0.6
3. Precast colum + Precast concrete floor + Precast beam = 1.0
4. In-situ beams with reusable formwork + In-situ concrete floor using
timber formwork + In-situ column using reusable formwork = 0.3
5. Steel beams + In-situ concrete flooring with reusable formwork +
Steel columns = 0.7

Calculation Principle
2. Wall system
-

Points are awarded based on the wall system used


Allocation based on the % of the length of the wall
system used
Point

Qw Length of wall system is used


Qst Total wall length of the building
Fw from Table 2

Calculation Principle
2. Wall system
-

External basement wall for earth retaining purposes


and toilet cubicle partition walls are excluded from the
calculation. For cavity wall, consider the two separate
skins as a wall.

Parapet and corridor must be counted in the


calculation

Table 2: IBS Factor: Wall System

Notes (Table 2)

3. Other simplifying features


-

Points are awarded based on the utilisation of


construction methods or solutions that can
contribute to the objectives of IBS.

S
Point = 30%

Prinsip Pengiraan
3. Other simplifying features
-

Use of standardised components; MS1064


(Beams, columns, walls, slab, windows, door)

Repeating features grids, floor ht, etc


Vertical repetitions, horizontal repetition

Points from Table 3

TABLE 3 : IBS SCORE FOR OTHER SIMPLIFIED CONSTCRUTION SOLUTIONS

Formula IBS Score


STRUCTURAL SYSTEM

WALL SYSTEM

OTHER SIMPLIFIED
CONSTRUCTION
SOLUTIONS

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In-Class Discussion III


IBS Scoring

In-class Assignment = IBS Scoring


1) Construction area
i) Construction area ground floor = 117.0m2
ii) Construction area 1st floor = 117.0 m2
iii) Construction roof area = 117.0 m2
iv) Length of external wall using precast concrete blocks = 87.8 m
v) Length of internal wall using precast concrete panel = 79.5 m
2) Structural Systems
i) Beams : Precast concrete beams
ii) Columns : In-situ concrete using steel formworks
iii) Floor slab : Precast half slabs floor
iv) Roof truss : Prefabricated timber roof truss.
3) Wall System
i) Internal wall : Precast concrete panel
ii) External wall : Precast blockworks
4) Other simplified construction solutions
i) Beams : 60% complies to MS 1064
ii) Columns : 100% complies to MS 1064
iii) Walls and slabs : Less than 50% complies to MS 1064
iv) Doors : 80% complies to MS 1064
v) Windows : 0% complies to MS 1064
vi) Horizontal repetition of structure : 100%