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Mineral Fiber Ceiling Tiles
Gypsum Ceiling Tiles
Acoustical Plasterboard Ceiling
Concealed Suspension Metal
The DONN® brand suspension systems has been the original grid system developed in the 1950’s and is still a world leader and innovation. Catering to all aspect of builders taste and preferences, builders are spoilt for choice when building the perfect space. Having the latest suspended ceiling system technology, it is seismic rated, has the fastest installation and removal without tools needed.
Sheetrock® All Purpose Joint Compound
Maxi Skim™ 88
Fire Caulk Sealant
New Built Residential
Repair, Maintainance, Improvement
USG Boral EasyFinish™
USG Boral EasyFinish™ Bond System
USG Boral EasyFinish™ Frame System
USG Boral EasyFinish™ Solid System
This system offers two different application methods, EasyTrowel™ Application and EasyScoop™ Application. These tools provide an easy way to apply the bonding compound in the right thickness, or an innovative solution that eliminates the need to use a mortar-and-sand mix for plastering.
Architects & Designers
At USG Boral we are proud of our longstanding relationship with building design professionals. Our architectural clients benefit from diverse product choice, world-class technology, field-tested performance and hands-on technical support.
Builders & Installers
Our aim is to attend to your needs and requirement from technical knowledge to installation processes.
We have all the products and DIY tools necessary to help you plaster like a pro with smooth finish plaster jointing and finishing products
Our aim is to provide you solutions and make opportunities to scale your business efficiently.
Resources & Tools
Acoustical Ceiling Materials Estimator
Plasterboard Materials Estimator
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Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) launched the sequel of their annual International Construction Week (ICW) in the year 2016 as means of driving productivity of the construction industry.
Topics such as affordable housing issues and the viability of industrialized building solutions (IBS) to counter the current depression effects that the construction sector had on the national economy and given much consideration to its multiplier effect on other industry.
CIDB formulated the Construction Industry Transformation Program (CITP) and was launched by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to set target milestones and foster best practices in the sector across four categories, namely quality, safety and professionalism; environmental sustainability; productivity, and internationalisation.
ICW2016, alongside with Ecobuild South-east Asia 2016, showcased the inaugural IBS Housing Expo (IHE) which created an opportunity for USG Boral to introduce the latest technology with industry stakeholders that is in line with the Government’s vision of IBS and the 11th Malaysia Plan (RMK-11).
UBM Asia Ltd organised the event and held at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) from Apr 11 to Apr 15 with the theme Driving Productivity in Construction. Among other highlights, segments were conducted such as CIDB-IEM (Institution of Engineers Malaysia) Construction Career Fair 2016 alongside with Building Information Modelling (BIM) Day 2016 and the 7th Malaysia Construction Summit.
USG Boral’s technologically advanced and sophisticated solution- drywall (internal/external), as was as ceiling and flooring system allowed the industry’s key stakeholders to adopt IBS efficiently and effectively.
With IBS, dependencies on-site workers are reduced exponentially while accelerating construction times. Diminishing damages and wastages as well as the overall cost of construction; which is a revolution in the construction industry.
IBS, the update of technologies as a key success factor in the national drive towards affordable home with the government recently setting a target of 1million units by 2018. Of these more than 183,000 have been delivered with about 214,000 in construction and 309,000 in the planning stage.
- Scan from FocusM, Issues 179