CHAPTER 1 : INTRODUCTION
Industrial Training module is a main component in the learning curriculum for Polytechnic of the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE). Industrial training is one of the compulsory courses for every polytechnic student under the Ministry of Higher Education (MOHE) Malaysia. Every student bounds to be involved in industrial training for one whole semester in order for him or her to get his or her diploma certificate.
Preliminary The industrial training was carried out at a firm or an organization
whether the students choose it or it is given to them for one whole semestar. The main purpose of the industrial training is to produce graduates who are ready and capable to face their profession academically or non-academically with a high professionalism appearance. 1
Other than that, the industrial training exposes the students about the real situation of the working class citizen. The industrial training also helps in developing social skills in the students.
Industrial Training Objective 1.2.1 To expose the students to the real life working experience and expanding the knowledge in their specific field. i.
Students will further learn about their real life profession. They will also learn what they need to do in order to finish their works. This will prepare the students so that they will easily fit in and fulfill the demands of their profession after they finish their course.
1.2.2 To make use of the theory and learned in the polytechnic. i.
Students are only exposed to the basic theory and needed in the fields of their own. These theory and were mainly according to the books. With the industrial training in place, students will experience real life situation in the field. This will make the students use their knowledge in order to get their works done.
1.2.3 To produce trustworthy workers with high responsibility and able to cooperate with other staffs. i.
All tasks given by the supervisor must be completed with a sense of trustworthy and full responsibility. This attitude very important to ensure all business entrusted to students were carried out flawlessly. Also, it train the students to be honest not only to themselves but others as well.
1.2.4. Enhance student’s confidence at end of the training. ii.
When the industrial training students are exposed to a variety of problems and had to face it. With the experience learned through industrial training , the students will be more confidence both in learning and working. High spirit and skills to overcome the problems faced certainly create a strong confidence in the students.
1.2.5. Learn to interact with superior officers. i.
In this training, students get the opportunity to interact with upper management such as engineer, director and consultant and others. With this opportunity, student will be able to associate and discuss with them in a closer way. This opportunity will not come without the
implication of industrial training. This opportunity should be used well by the students to learn more. 1.2.6
Increase the interest and curiosity. i.
There will be many new things that students will face during the period of the industrial training . These events will enhance the curiosity in the students. Other than that, the real life exposure given to the students will also increase the interest of the students towards their fields of studies.
Report Objectives 1.3.1
The objectives of the report enables the students : i.
To provide a work document effectively.
To produce students that are responsible for their work by providing enough evidential documents that related to work.
To expose the students on how to provide a proper document.
To build self-confidence in the student while providing the document.
To complete the prerequisite for the student to pass industrial training Polytechnic KPTM.
Importance of Industrial Training 1.4.1 Industrial training are important to the students in many aspects. This
is because this module was created to give
benefit to students, especially students who take up studies in polytechnic KPTM. Among the importance is: i.
To produce employees that are fully disciplined after they have graduated from the polytechnic KPTM. This can be seen through the students who take part in the industrial training, they are not only bound to the rules set by the polytechnic but also rules fixed by the organization that students take their industrial training at.
To produce employees that are skillful and ready to work when they take their first step to the working world. This is because by involving in certain industrial training at the organization given to them, student will be more skillful in carrying out a job after they were explained on how to do the job by a more experienced coworker.
Student who went through industrial training will be more mature in conducting the works given to them.
understanding about matters related to their field of study, after the practical lessons.
CHAPTER 2 : COMPANY BACKGROUND AND ORGANIZATION STRUCTURE
Introduction of Firm
Perunding NFL Sdn. Bhd
Suite 4015, 4th Floor President House, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA.
Wisma PNFL No. 8, Jalan Bangsar Utama 9, Bangsar Utama 59000 Kuala Lumpur
Type Of Practice
Private Company Limited Shares
Located at Jalan Simbang near Perling Mall
No. 270, Jalan Simbang,
Johor Bahru Branch
Taman Perling, 81200 Johor Bahru, Johor Darul Taazim. Telephone No
Company Background PNFL are Chartered Quantity Surveyors (member of Royal Institution
of Chartered Surveyors,UK) established way back in 1972 as Juruukur Bahan Berakan. The company was subsequently reincorporated as an unlimited company under the name of Nik Farid Dan Loh Sdn. in 1976. To move in line with the prevailing market and planned business development, the company was restructured and renamed as Perunding NFL Sdn. Bhd. (PNFL) in December 1994. There are one of the leading Consulting and Chartered Quantity Surveyors in Malaysia, providing Quantity Surveying and Project Cost Management Consultancy Services. PNFL has experience in various types of construction works and has been a recognized name in the Malaysia construction industry for decades. PNFL are currently operating from offices in Kuala Lumpur (HQ) , Kuala Terengganu (Branch Office) and Johor Bahru (Branch Office). PNFL have served many Clients ranging from Government, SemiGovernment and Statutory Bodies to private and public companies, partnerships and individual Clients from the inception up to the completion of building and civil engineering works. PNFL has also planned, established, documented, implemented and maintained a Quanlity Management System (QMS) based on the International Standard, MS:ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System.
Board of Directors Executive Chairman
Dato' Hj. Nik Farid Kamil (FISM, FRICS)
Hj. Abdul Manap Abdullah (FISM, FRICS, MISM)
Mr. Chua Seow Kwang (FISM, FRICS, B. Sc)
Ms. Teh Siew Leong (MISM, MRICS, MCIOB)
En. Halim Rosman (MISM, B. Sc)
Table 2.3.1 - Board Member List
i) Executive Chairman
DATO' HAJI NIK FARID KAMIL started his career in Quantity Surveying in 1970 as a lecturer at the Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) for three years and in 1972 he became a co-founder of Perunding NFL Sdn. Bhd., formerly known as Nik Farid Dan Loh Sdn. and Jurukur Bahan BERAKAN where Dato' Haji Nik Farid Kamil has led the company's overall development since inception. He has been involved in major national and international projects including the Dayabumi & GPO HQ (JV), Heritage Park Putra Jaya, Kompleks Dataran Maybank, Taman Teknologi Malaysia, Bangunan Dewan Undangan Negeri Terengganu and Kedah, KLIA Mosque, Hospital Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia Cheras, KLIA Administration Block And Passenger Terminal Complex as (JV with other Q.S. firms), Maldives Mosque etc.
ii) Managing Director
ABDUL MANAP ABDULLAH started his career as a Quantity Surveyor in 1973 and became a Director of the company in 1982. Prior to joining Perunding NFL Sdn. Bhd., he was a lecturer at Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) for seven (7) years. His involvement in projects include EON HQ Shah Alam, Menara ESSO Office (KLCC), Southern Bank HQ, Plaza Damansara (SPPK), Pan Pacific Hotel at KLIA, Petrosains and Pertonas Gallery At KLCC, ISTAC and Putrajaya projects. He is the Managing Director entrusted with the responsibility of overseeing the overall performance of the company and his other portfolio includes Finance and Human Resource if the company.
iii) Executive Director
CHUA SEOW KWANG began his career as a Quantity Surveyor in 1977 with Public Works Department (JKR) before joining the company in 1980. In 1985 he was appointed Associate Director and became a Director in 1989. His projects involvement include Menara IMC, Phileo Avenue, Kuantan Parade, One Ampang Avenue Condominium and Bangi Heights residential development. He has also nurtured the company's Computer and ICT capabilities. Chua Seow Kwang has led the company to be on the international front by forming strategic alliances with overseas associates in the Philippines, Hong Kong and Vietnam. He is the Executive Director in charge of Planning and Production with added responsibilities for Business Development.
Ms TEH SIEW LEONG initially joined the company as an Assistant Quantity Surveyor and was promoted to Quantity Surveyor in 1990 upon successful completion of RICS Final Examinations and appointed as Associate Director in September 2000 and a Director in September 2003. SL Teh has been involved in commercial and residential development projects including Base Ammunition Terminal, Refurbishment Works to Carcosa / Istana, Institutions (QS Advisory for Multi-Media University), Project Cost Audit for Ampang Hospital including an international project Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation - Hong Kong West Rail Package CC203 - CC300 (Tender Procurement). She is the Quality Management Representative (QMR) for the company.
SR ABDUL HALIM ROSMAN started his career as a Quantity Surveyor at PNFL in 1994. He was appointed as an Associate Director in September 2003 and become a Director of the company in April 2004.Major projects that he was directly involved include Menara Polo Condominium, PNB Darby Park Service Apartment, Common Utility Tunnel (C.U.T), Putrajaya Heritage Park Hotel, Putra Jaya Maritime Discovery Centre and Watersport Facilities at Putrajaya.He is the Quality Manager for the company to oversee the full implementations, compliace and improvement of the ISO 9001:2000 system's requirements and also responsible for staff training.
Company Services / Company Activities 2.4.1 Basic Services i) Feasibility Studies : Advise on the returns from a development taking into consideration the initial and running cost. ii) Preliminary Estimates & Cost Plans : Work out the approximate costs of a project for budget control. iii) Tender Documents : Prepare Bills of Quantities and Specifications for calling competitive tenders. (Bills of Quantities are complete breakdown of a building into the basic materials and labor contents). iv) Tendering and Contractual Procedures : Recommend the most suitable method of tendering and advise on contractual procedures. v) Recommendation of Contractors : Evaluation of tender and Recommend to the contractor to be considered for acceptance after evaluation of tenders received. vi) Cash Flow : Prepare projected monthly expenditure for client's budgeting.
vii) Interim Valuation : Certify the value of works done by contractor so that appropriate payments may be made progressively. viii) Financial Statements : Prepare statements at periodic intervals to indicate the anticipated final cost of the project. ix) Cost Control : Cost check on all Variations proposed during the construction period to avoid over expenditure. x) Final Accounts : Assess the amount of variations from the original tender and prepare the Final Statement of Accounts.
2.4.2 Specialist Services i)
Life Cycle Costings and Studies on economics of alternative designs.
ii) Valuation / Auditing of Contractual Claims of or for fire damaged buildings. iii) Auditing of Contracts and their related budget and expenditure. iv) Value Engineering Works before or after the awarding tender. v) Taxation Advice on Capital Allowances. vi) Quality Management. 13
vii) Quality Assurance. viii) Facilities Management. ix) Preparation and Attendance for Arbitration/ Mediation/ Litigation x) Project Management. xi) Risk Management. xii) Construction Management. xiii) Condition Survey. xiv) Certification of Project Accounts, e.g. for loan purposes. xv) Evaluation of Contractual Claims. xvi) Technical and Construction Costs Auditing
PNFL has experience in various types of construction works and has been a recognized name in the Malaysia construction industry for decades. PNFL have many types of construction works including Civil Engineering, Office and Commercial development, Retail and Industrial training development, Residential, Hotel, Leisure development, Transport buildings, including Airport Terminal and Railway stations, Hospital and Medical Centres, Public buildings including Museum, Mosque and Educational buildings Institutions.
2.5.1 Completed Project i) Office
DAYABUMI, Kuala Lumpur KUWASA Building, Kuala Lumpur Wisma Sime Darby, Kuala Lumpur IMC Tower,, Kuala Lumpur Menara ESSO, Kuala Lumpur City Centre Megan Phileo Avenue, Kuala Lumpur Menara DION, Kuala Lumpur One Sentral Kuala Lumpur
Bank Pembangunan Malaysia H.Q, Kuala Lumpur Public Bank Building, Johor Bahru Public Bank H.Q, Kuala Lumpur Dataran Maybank, Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange H.Q, KL
Desa Villa Condominium, Kuala Lumpur One Ampang Avenue Condominium, Prima Saujana Apartment, Selangor Align Riveira Service Apartments, Selangor Bangi Heights Mixed Development, Selangor Desa Parkcity Mixed Development, Kuala Lumpur Scott Villa Condominium, Kuala Lumpur
iv) Education and
(ISTAC) Malaysian Technology Development Park Malaysian Technology Development Park Petronas Industrial Training Institute Nursing Collage, Nilai , Negeri Sembilan
Kerteh Mosque, Terengganu Teluk Ibai Mosque, Terengganu KLIA Mosque, Sepang
vi) Hotel, Resort &
Pelangi Beach Resort, Langkawi The Datai Resort, Langkawi Andaman Resort Hotel, Langkawi Pan Pacific Hotel KLIA, Selangor PNB Darby Park Service Apartment, KL
MML Factory, Johor Kuala Lumpur International Airport Kuantan Parade, Pahang Terengganu Museum, Terengganu
Organization Structure EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN Sr. Hj. Abdul Manap Abdullah
MANAGING DIRECTOR Sr. Abd. Halim Rosman
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR I Sr. Chua Seow Kwang
TECHNICAL DIRECTORS (4NOS)
QUALITY MANAGEMENT DEPT. MS ISO 9001:2008
QUALITY MANAGEMENT REPRESENTATIVE (QMR)
JOHOR BAHRU SENIOR ZULKARNAIN AYOP Mardiah
ADVISOR Sr. Dato Hj. Nik Farid Kamil
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR II Sr. Teh Siew Leong Sr. Abd. Halim Rosman ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE
JOHOR BAHRU Nur Maya
Precision in work
Neat in presentation
Focus on Clients needs
Leadership in services
PNFL Mission Statement :“ Together we move forward to continuously provide reliable, technically excellent and value for money Quantity Surveying and Cost Consultancy Services to our Clients ”
CHAPTER 3 : WEEKLY SUMMARY
In undergoing industrial training, students are disclosed with a whole lot of new things. Apart from practicing what we had learnt in polytechnic, students also get the chance to experience it themselves by doing the assignments given to them according to their respective course. By doing so, students are able to further increase their confidence upon entering the working world. On the other hand, student had to obey every rule of the firm and need to on time. This could educate the students to be more disciplined and make the students to be familiar with working hours when they go for work later.
3.1 Following is the summary of all the activity carried out during training period weekly : Week 1 (17th December – 21st December 20012) 1. Reporting in for industrial training, Perunding NFL Sdn Bhd at 8.30 am. 2. Meet with Encik Zulkarnain, who is a senior contract manager in Perunding NFL Sdn Bhd. 3. He explains about PNFL Sdn Bhd and explain on some of the currents projects that are organized by the firm. 4. Introduced to all of the Perunding NFL Sdn Bhd staff. 5. We were requested to see Pn Nur Maya. She explains on the rules that need to be obeyed in the firm including the dress code. 6. Assigned to our first task which is to update all the drawings according to their specification. 7. Check some files and need to identify each files content. 8. We were requested to do some taking off for construction drawing and contract drawing. 9. we were given the task to differentiate each drawing to identify addition or rejection that happens in every drawing given to us.
Week 2 (24th December – 28th December 2012) 1. Finding the rate refferens inside a Contract Document as a reference. 2. Christmas leave (25th December 2012) 3. Correcting the format of Variation Order and include value in BQ. 4. Make a list of drawing. 5. Make a taking off in revised drawing for suction tank.
Week 3 (31st December 2012 – 4th January 2013) 1. Helping one of PNFL staff in Labelling of Filling system. 2. Taking off of open space for General Landscaping purpose. 3. Taking off of drainage type 1, 2, 3 4. Taking off the PC drain 5. Calculating the Sump
Week 4 (2nd January – 11th January 2013) 1. Repairing the labeling of filling system. 2. Attend a meeting with the supervisor. 3. Correcting the Bill of Quantities to suction tank element. 4. Given an explanation on Contract Document. 5. Taking off of drainage type 1, 2, 3 6. Taking off the PC drain 7. Calculating the Sump
Week 5 (14th January – 18th January 2013) 1. Counting the number of page for every contract document. 2. Make a List Variation Order for M & E Defect list. 3. Finding the rate refferences for BQ suction tank.
Week 6 (21st January – 25th January 2013) 4. Provide a paperwork for request for change (RFC) for a drainage work 5. Helping the staff to complete the transmittal table of contents. 6. Do an office management jobs 7. Maulidur Rasul leave (24 – 25th of January 2013)
Week 7 (28th January – 1st February 2013) 1. Thaipusam leave (28th of January 2013) 2. Change the format Bills of Quantities for Water Reticulation
Week 8 (4th February – 8th February 2013) 1. Folding the painting according to technique given 2. Folding the drawing were carried out for the whole week
Week 9 (11th February – 15th February 2013) 1. New Year Chinese leave (11 – 12th of February 2013) 2. Office Leave (13th of February 2013) 3. Typing and completing the List of drawing for Infra 3 4. Typing and completing the List of drawing for Infra 1
Week 10 (18th February – 22nd February 2013) 1. Typing the content for Pay work rates. 2. Typing and completing the list of drawing for Jalan Bakar Batu. 3. Make a comparison between contract cost and revised cost. 4. Correcting the Bill of Quantities for Utility 2.
Week 11 (25th February – 1st March 2013) 1. Emergency leave (Uncle’s funeral). 2. Make a contract document. 3. Completing all the contents of contract. 4. Taking off bedding.
Week 12 (4th March – 8th March 2013) 1. Changing the format for several matters in Elemental payment Breakdown. 2. Change the format of Bills of Quantities for Water Reticulation. 3. Send a Quatiton email to supplier. 4. Inserting the rate referrences. 5. Typing and completing the list of drawing.
Week 13 (11th March – 15th March 2013) 1. Changed the format for Bills of Quantities for Water Reticulation 2. Examine the accurate amount for BQ water reticulation 3. Inserting the rate referrences 4. Checking on the work that have been carried out.
Week 14 (18th March – 22nd March 2013) 1. Checking the E.R.I and variation order list for infra 1. 2. Do the correction for past time work . 3. Taking off for a landscape plan by summing up the number of trees. 4. Visit the construction site with one of the quantity surveyors (Site Valuations). 5. Make a submission for Road and Furniture.
Week 15 (25th March – 29th March 2013) 1. Correcting the format for variation order of Infra 4 2. Retype the Letter of Award 3. Find the rate refferences for roadwork of Infra 4 4. Completed the BQ for variation order 5. Make a submission for Landscaping work.
Week 16 (1st April – 5th April 2013) 1. Completing and correcting the BQ format in Zone E. 2. Finding and inserting the rate refferences. 3. Checking the summary BQ. 4. Checks friend’s BQ to identify mistakes. 5. Do a few office management work .
Week 17 (8th April – 12th April 2013) 1. Helps Staff to complete V.O in the Infra 3 package 2. Correcting all information in V.O 3. Counting the differential in price 4. Do a taking off for Senai Airport project
Week 18 (15th April – 19th April 2013) 1. Taking off for Senai Airport project. 2. Taking off of pile cap, internal ceiling finishes, etc.. 3. Completing the Variation Order work.
Week 19 (22nd April – 26th April 2013) 1. Completing the Variation Order work. 2. Typing and completing the list of drawing for Senai Airport project.
Week 20 (29th April – 2th May 2013) 1. Taking off for Senai Airport project 2. Taking off the Guard House element for Senai Airport project. 3. Given an example of letter from supervisor.