We strive to consistently exceed our clients' needs and expectations by providing services and products of world-class quality. To ensure our success in doing so, we commit ourselves to working closely with our clients and suppliers. We strive to continuously improve our capabilities and process, and to perform our duties effectively. In all these, we shall adhere to our company's policies and procedures.
In implementing our Quality Policy, we aim to achieve a level of quality that is recognised internationally and accredited by independent quality accreditation and certification bodies.
We have success in attaining:
Quality shall continue to be maintained and exceeded as we work towards achieving excellence in
"Engineering the Nations Progress".
|1952||Operated as a laboratory unit for the Penang Airport Project.|
|1967||Became part of the research and development department of the Public Works Department (PWD) Malaysia, with headquarters in Kuala Lumpur.|
|1973||The establishment of training centre to provide training services for JKR employee. This year the higher authority of JKR decided to purchase 100 acres of land in Bangi from PKNS.|
|1980||The first phase constructions of standard block 4-storey hostel began|
|1987||Four units of laboratories namely in Prai, Kota Bahru, Kuantan and Senai started operation and merge with JKR training centre.|
|1st January 1988||The Central Laboratory formed the nucleus for the establishment of the PWD Research Centre. Subsequently, the Research Centre and the Training Centre were amalgamated to become the Research and Training Institute.|
|1990||Construction projects like multi purpose hall, training block, cafeteria, recreation hostel block, and mechanical workshop commenced.|
|10th April 1990||Recognised by government of Malaysia as a research organisation and qualified to apply for research grants from the Ministry of Science Technology and Environment.|
|16th December 1991||ILP changed its name to 'Institut Kerja Raya Malaysia' (IKRAM)|
|5th November 1996||Memorandum of Agreement to privatised the "Institut Kerja Raya" was signed between Kumpulan Ikram Sdn. Bhd. (KISB) and the government of Malaysia to privatised IKRAM.|
|26th November 1996||IKRAM was privatised through an agreement between the Government of Malaysia and a new corporate entity, Kumpulan Ikram Sdn. Bhd.|
|1st January 1997||Effective date to takeover IKRAM by KISB.|
|1998||Ikram College was established and made the focus of KISB's tertiary education activities.|
|2001||Ikram College changed its name to Ikram College of Technology (iCT) to further strengthen its niche in the provision of technology and infrastructure based programmes.|
|2003||On 13 September 2003, iCT was upgraded to a University College status, and is now known as KUALA LUMPUR INFRASTRUCTURE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE (KLIUC).
KISB together with its associates companies;
Protasco Berhad, the holding company of KISB and its associate companies, HCM Engineering Sdn. Bhd., Paves Sdn. Bhd., Protasco Trading Sdn. Bhd. were listed on the Bursa Malaysia.
|KLIUC's first convocation, after it was upgraded to a university college status in 13 September 2003.|
Kumpulan Ikram's parent company, Protasco Berhad received the SMB Achievers Award in the SMB Recognition Award Series 2005.
Kumpulan Ikram celebrates its 10th year anniversary.The launch of Kumpulan Ikram's strategic Business Blueprint 2007 -2016.
KLIUC 10th year anniversary
Ikram Skills and Retraining Academy (ISRA ) launched. ISRA is the latest training arm managed by Ikram Skills Academy Sdn Bhd.
Fifth year anniversary of Protasco Berhad listed on the Main Board of Bursa MalaysiaThe launch of Core Values Campaign; in line with the People Transformation Strategy under the Kumpulan Ikram's strategic Business Blueprint
To Be the Center of Excellence For Total Infrastructure Solutions
To excel in our business areas of:
We accomplish our Mission by:
To be a successful commercial organisations, we need to be:
To realise our Vision and Mission, we must be committed to our Core Values of:
"PROVIDING BEST INFRASTRUCTURE SOLUTION"