The objectives of Pertubuhan Ukur, Jurutera dan Arkitek, Negara Brunei Darussalam (PUJA), (hereinafter) referred to as “the Institution”, as describe in its constitution, among others include the promotion, fostering and advancement of the science and art of professions of surveyors, engineers and architects in line with aims and objectives of His Majesty The Sultan And Yang Di-Pertuan of Negara Brunei Darussalam.
The object of this Code of Professional Conduct is to promote the standard of professional conduct, or self-discipline, required of members of the Institution in the interest of the public and the professions. Non-Corporate members of the Institution are required to uphold the same standard and their conduct is also governed by this Code.
PUJA (Brunei) was conceived during the first meeting of local Architects, Engineers and Quantity Surveyors, both from the government and private sectors at the Royal Customs Conference Room on 17th June 1982.
An application made to the Registrar of Societies, Brunei to form PUJA (Brunei) was approved on 31st January 1984.
PUJA (Brunei) held its first general meeting on 9th December 1984, which was attended by twenty eight (28) Architects, Engineers and Quantity Surveyors to discuss and adopt the Constitution and to elect the Council for 1985-1986 terms.