The Minister of Works Dato’ Sri Haji Fadillah bin Haji Yusof (centre) and PIARC First Delegate and REAM President Dato’ Sri Ir. Dr. Roslan bin Md Taha (right) with recipients of financial aid and President’s Award.


REAM hosted the REAM Gala Dinner on 20 January 2018. This memorable event was graced by the Minister of Works, Malaysia Dato’ Sri Haji Fadillah bin Haji Yusuf. The objective was to provide an avenue for fostering and further strengthening professional and personal ties in the spirit of camaraderie amongst the road engineering fraternity. The highlight of the event was the presentation of financial aid under the REAM Education Fund and the President’s Award.

Ream Education Fund

Established in 2010 under REAM’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives, the objective of the fund is to provide one-off non-binding financial assistance to deserving under graduate students with constraints in family financial support but with good academic achievements pursuing tertiary education in civil engineering discipline including road infrastructure and or transportation in local public universities. To date, more than 300 selected students recommended by their respective universities have received this aid. Funds for this and other CSR initiatives are derived from organising various activities.

President’s Award

This year, five undergraduate students from five local public universities received the President’s Final Year Best Civil Engineering Student Project Award. Each recipient received cash, a medallion and a certificate. They were also offered one-year subscription free membership in REAM and a minimum six (6) – month Graduate Employment Internship in major corporate sector companies involved in civil engineering.