Modular Coordination Verification

Modular Coordination Verification

The Modular coordination verification can facilitate the achievement of greater productivity in the building industry.

About Modular Coordination Verification

Modular Coordination Certification is needed if businesses wish to adopt IBS techniques to streamline building construction. This is to standardise measurements in buildings. Industrialised Building System (IBS) is a construction process that utilises prefabricated components and on-site installation to improve productivity.

Benefits of Modular Coordination Verification

  • Facilitate cooperation between your building designers, manufacturers and contractors.
  • Enable standard components in your building designs.
  • Gain the benefits of an optimised number of standard sizes of building components.
  • Encourage greater interchangeability of components in your buildings.
  • Simplify site operations through rationalised setting out, positioning and assembly of building components.
  • Coordinate installation of equipment, storage units and other fitted furniture with the assurance that the dimensions match your buildings.

Why SIRIM QAS International?

How to apply for Modular Coordination Verification?

Verification Process

  1. Enquiry
  2. Submission of Application
  3. Document Evaluation
  4. Factory Audit
  5. Report Preparation
  6. Sampling & Testing
  7. Recommendation & Approval
  8. Surveillance
  9. Renewal

Application Form

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