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IN THE SPOTLIGHT


The construction of Sungai Pulai Bridge


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BIM or other applications have made construction activities more efficient and faster with significantly reduced risk of change later in the construction phase, as well as better quality and safety.


policy in improving infrastructure and public transportation services. These include the implementation of projects such as the RTS Link [Rapid Transit System Link], Iskandar BRT [Bus Rapid Transit], new ETS [Electric Train Service] rolling stocks, ECRL [East Coast Rail Link], the MRT3 and the new KLIA Aerotrain system. Looking at the medium-to-long term, the government is in the final stage of feasibility study for the proposed KL- JB [Kuala Lumpur-Johor Bahru] High Speed Rail.


Describe some of your current, most critical projects, and challenges. We are currently constructing MRT2- Putrajaya Line, reaching the critical stages


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of getting the trains to be operating in August 2021. The requirements of training potential operators by professionals from overseas is a major challenge as the MCO necessitates travel bans. We have to manage these training sessions virtually. The processes have become more complex, while the time frame remains fixed under the contractual agreement. Similarly, we also have a gas pipeline project in Kerteh (PGU-I GAS PIPELINE (GRAPHITE)) with materials imported from overseas. The delivery of these materials has to be rerouted via air freight to reduce the risk of delay because the critical work must be completed by September 2021. These additional costs do impact the profitability of the company as a whole.


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