Ir. Dr. Mohd. Fairullazi Ayob is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Quantity Surveying, Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design (KAED), International Islamic University Malaysia. He joined the academic profession in July 2013 after completing a three-year research Doctorate programme at the International Islamic University Malaysia. His doctoral research entitled "Development of Life Cycle Cost Strategy and Protocol on Cost Data Input in Malaysia". He was recognized with the awards of "Best Student for Doctor of Philosophy (Built Environment)" in the 30th Convocation of International Islamic University Malaysia, "Best Paper 2014" and "Special Mention Paper 2015" in the 13th and 14th Management in Construction Researchers' Association (MiCRA) Annual Conference and General Meeting, at the Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design, International Islamic University Malaysia, Silver winner (2nd place) in the International Research Invention & Innovation Exhibition for 2014 (IRIIE 2014). Apart from that, he has been awarded with the "University Outstanding Promising Researcher 2016" from the Office of the Deputy Rector (Research and Innovation), International Islamic University Malaysia.
On research and consultancy, he has led and completed several research and consultancy projects for Daya Bersih, a subsidiary of IIUM Holdings and UEM Edgenta Mediserve Berhad. Besides that, he has led and completed a research project on the identification of cost data inputs in life cycle cost data input of road pavement types funded by the Ministry of Education Malaysia. He has produced several inventions of Life Cycle Cost (LCC) analysis of data input requirements process for building and road works that had been registered for copyright and patent with the Intellectual Property Corporation of Malaysia (MyIPO) in 2015, 2016 and 2017. He is a registered professional engineer with Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) and had undergone practical experience in construction projects for several years as an engineer (civil) with a construction company before pursing PhD and then joining the academic and research profession.
As one of GHC’s subject matter expert/associate consultant collaborator, Ir. Dr. Mohd. Fairullazi provided technical and expert advisory to the company, which enable GHC to offer the best bespoke customise LCC solutions and services to our clients. These services and solutions include consultancies, feasibility studies, audits and asset registrations.
Harlina Md Sharif holds a doctorate from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, United Kingdom. She is also a holder of Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from University of Newcastle, Australia; a Diploma in Islamic Jurisprudence (Syari’ah) from Al-Quds University College, Jordan; as well as Master in Design Science (Computing) from the University of Sydney, Australia. Her area of specialization is in the History of Islamic Art and Architecture with its research focus on the morphology and idiomatic expressions of mosques in Nusantara.
Prior to joining International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM) in 2003, she was professionally trained as a computer graphics designer and educator. Currently she is an Assistant Professor at the Kulliyyah of Architecture and Environmental Design, IIUM. Her research interest is in the areas of the impact of cultural exchanges and maritime network to the traditional Malay design and heritage, as well as the application of digital technologies in visualization and documentation of cultural heritage. She has also been recently awarded with a professional certification as an Autodesk Professional Trainer in Revit.
Cdr. Hazle Hazumi (R) serve in the Malaysian Royal Navy (TLDM) for 27 years. Commission in 1st September 1985 and retired in 30th December 2012. In the Navy Cdr. Hazle has been assigned to serve as executive (seaman) officer, which hold responsibilities as Navigation Officer and Exercutive Officer in several TLDM’s ship. In TLDM’s base, Cdr. Hazle had serve in MWL 1, MWL 2, Markas Panglima Armada and Markas TLDM. Cdr. Hazle also a gradute from Uitm holding a Bachalor (Hon) In Law Degree. In the TLDM, Cdr. Hazle also completed following training courses:
- Law of the Sea;
- Criminal and civil law – Law & Justice Training Institute; and
- War Law – International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)
In TLDM, Cdr. Hazle had been assign as prosecutor for Angkatan Tentera Malaysia (ATM) and also a judge in some cases that involve the Malaysian’s Army and Airforce. Meanwhile, in real operation situation, Cdr. Hazle was part of the negotiation team sent by the Malaysian government in the rescue operation mission of the commercial ship hijacking incident that involved one of Malaysian’s commercial shipping company MSIC in Somalia, which the mission rendered to be very successful.
Since retiring from the Navy, Cdr. Hazle has a considerable experience handling court cases under Noraini-Asikin & Associates and was accepted to practice as a lawyer in the Malayan High Court in 24 September 2014. In 15 September 2015, Cdr. Hazle has join East Pacific Industrial Cooperation (EPIC) as Legal Manager. Currently he holds a position as Operation Manager and also EPIC’s Marine Facilities Security Officer (MFSO) with completed following training courses:
- MFSO course – ALAM;
- Managing Threat On Explosive & Incendiary Device – PDRM; and
- Seaport Security Surveillance – Jabatan Laut Malaysia.
As one of GHC’s subject matter expert/associate consultant collaborator, Cdr. Hazle currently provided technical and expert advisory to the company, which help oversees the company’s business development and marketing of its projects, educational courses and training products. Under his advisory enable GHC to provides professional consultancies, customizes technical/commercial proposals and specifically tailored training courses for MFSO and Law of the Sea practice in order to ensure the pooling of sufficient well-trained human resources to suit the demand of private and governmental organizations involved in the nation marine facilities industries.