Mohd Mazhar Mohd Marzuki
Vice President, Malaysian Association of Facility Management
Mohd Mazhar Mohd Marzuki holds an MBA in Building & Facilities Management and a
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is a Graduate member of Board of Engineers
Malaysia & Institution of Engineers Malaysia. He is the founder of Avancer FM Services Sdn Bhd, a
local FM Consulting, Advisory and Training company. He is currently the Vice President of the
Malaysian Association of Facility Management (MAFM), where he was the Committee since 2005.
He is also the Committee for Industrial Relations of the Malaysian Board of Technologist (MBOT)
and the Council Member of the Malaysian Service Providers Confederation (MSPC). Since
graduation, he already started his hands-on experience in Facilities Management by managing the
operations of various types of buildings, prominent ones being the KL Tower and Rohas Perkasa
(Kuala Lumpur), Palace of Justice (Putrajaya) and HSBC Data Center (Cyberjaya) and KLSE
building, as well as the performance auditor for buildings and premises owned by the Government
and private entities.
He is actively involved in the FM industry where he is:
the Industry Advisor for FM Faculty of Engineering Technology of Universiti Tun Hussein Onn
Malaysia (UTHM) and Politeknik Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah (PSA);
the Committee member for International Standard ISO 41000 Facility Management;
CIDB’s Committee member for FM National Occupancy Skill Standard (NOSS);
CIDB’s Committee member for FM Contractors Registration;
one of the module developer for CIDB’s FM Training Module for Management and Skill;
the Building Auditors for Government, local authorities and private buildings; and
HRDF & CIDB Certified Trainer.
As a prominent FM Consultant in Malaysia, he has involved in various consulting exercises for
various Government and private organisations such as the CIDB Malaysia, the Inland Revenue Board
(LHDN), Public Works Department (JKR), Celcom Axiata Berhad, Malaysia Building Society
Berhad (MBSB), Maybank, Malaysian Resource Corporation Berhad (MRCB), Felda and TH
Properties Sdn Bhd.