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Muar Furniture City

Muar, being the largest furniture export district in Malaysia, gave birth to the idea of Muar Furniture City. Also known as Muar Timber Industrial Park, this will be entitled Malaysia's first Furniture Hub.


The project spans approximately 986 acres of land in Bakri, Muar, allowing the ability to house about 200 companies that will provide industries such as wood trading, furniture manufacturing, and other wood-based services.

Sungai Cherok Dam, Genting Highlands

Sungai Cherok Dam serves as the main water supply dam to Genting Highlands Resort and all its surrounding facilities. Being one of Malaysia's top tourists attractions, Genting gains popularity exponentially, and requires regular expansions and upgrades.


To accommodate for the expansions, the demand for clean water supply also grows. This project was to enlarge the capacity of the existing dam, by raising the crest...


Mengkuang Dam, Pulau Pinang

The existing Mengkuang Dam was built in 1983 with storage capacity of 22 million cubic meter. It supplies raw water to Sg Dua water tretament plant during drought season each year to compensate the shortage of raw water in Sg Muda.


However, with the increasing water supply demand in Pulau Pinang, the raw water supply from existing Mengkuang Dam is unable to meet the raw water requirement of Sg Dua water treatment plant. Therefore, under the 10th Malaysia Plan, Federal Government has approved the Expansion of Mengkuang Dam Project, Pulau Pinang.

Bukit Tagar Sanitary Landfill (Phase 3)

Bukit Tagar Sanitary Landfill is developed on a 700-acre footprint, with an additional 1,000 acres of buffer zone comprising undeveloped land surrounding the landfill footprint. It is set amidst an oil palm plantation in a sparsely populated area in Hulu Selangor district.


With 120 million metric tonnes of air space capacity, BTSL is capable of providing over 40 years solution to solid waste management in the Central region of Selangor and...

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Chereh Dam, Pahang

Chereh Dam is the largest man-made lake for clean water supply in Malaysia. It is located in the Chereh Forest Reserve. The dam is located about 64km upstream of Kuantan, Pahang. It has an area of 16.2 square km and can accommodate 260 million cubic meters of water. Its area is equal to 1/3 of the area of Putrajaya.


The entire area of the reservoir and dam including the Chereh Forest Reserve is 15,200 hectares. Sungai Chereh is a tributary of Sungai Kuantan in the upper reaches of the river. Besides being able to supply 300 million litres of water per day, the dam also plays a major role in the prevention of...

Hulu Terengganu Dam, Terengganu

The Hulu Terengganu Hydroelectric Project is an underground hydroelectric power plant located the Terengganu region of Malaysia. It was built from 2010 to 2015 by Tenaga Nasional Berhad.

The project is located about 50 km West of Kuala Terengganu upstream of Tasik Kenyir reservoir involving dams on both the Terengganu and Tembat rivers.


Ulu Jerai Hydroelectric Dam, Cameron Highlands

Ulu Jerai Hydroelectric Project is located in the state of Pahang, in the district of the Cameron Highlands about 140km north of Kuala Lumpur.

The main component of the project is the “Susu Dam” on the Bertam river. The dam, over 80m high has a volume of 800,000 cubic metres of RCC (roller compacted concrete), one of the most advance technologies used in dam construction.

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