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Selected Works

From low-rise residential to award-winning institutional facilities, we work closely with Malaysia’s leading architects to realise their visions. From simple cost-effective systems to unorthodox and complex structural solutions, our multidisciplinary approach offers great flexibility and customisation.  Our geotechnical specialisation enables designs of both raft and piled foundations, deep basements and a full range of retaining systems, while our civil engineering completes the overall package through design and supervision for all site development and utilities requirements.



An international university developed by Putrajaya Holdings and operated by Herriot-Watt University with an iconic green roof stretching 250 m at the Putrajaya waterfront.


Setia Alam

This privatisation project by SP Setia for the Ministry Of Health is currently the largest development at Bandar Setia Alam. The 40 acres campus comprises over 20 buildings for the various government health institutes and R&D facilities, offices and residences. Completed in 2019 at a cost of over RM900 million.



Being a critical data centre in Cyberjaya for a major financial institution, the building is designed to have high redundancy factors to cater for any eventualities. Completed in June 2009 at a cost of RM 60 million.


 Kuala Lumpur 

These 12 Stations and Depots around KL City required innovative structures to facilitate construction over busy city roads and to accommodate extensive existing underground services. The core structure utilised pre-cast, post-tensioned box girders to support station platforms that allow for further cantilevered extensions as ridership increases.


 Kuala Lumpur 

An international class institutional training facilities museum/arts centre/conference facilities completed in 2011 for Bank Negara Malaysia.  The demanding layout pose various challenges to the standard framings of this 1 million s.f. building.   It consists of 5 floors above ground and 4 floors below ground level on a sloping site.  The building incorporates elegant structural steel works including a large spiral staircase.



4 blocks of 30 storey condominiums with 150,000 sf commercial block in the new township of Iskandar Malaysia for WCT Land.  Estimated to cost over RM 400 Million, the first phase was completed in 2015, and the second phase in 2018.


The Headquarters of Perbadanan Putrajaya provides the focal point of the Core Island Boulevard. Its unique position and architectural design is exemplified by a 60-metre high stainless steel arch that forms a key point of the buildings facade


 Setia Alam 

A 1.7 million sf shopping mall in the new township of Bandar Setia Alam for SP Setia / Lendlease J.V. With Construction Management as the procurement method, Phase 1 of the mall was opened in June 2012 at a cost of 290 million.  It was constructed on very soft ground with extensive use of precast concrete elements.  Phase 2 of the mall which almost double the capacity was completed in 2021.

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