Petronas Twin Towers
The Petronas Twin Towers are twin skyscrapers and remaining, to-date, the tallest twin towers in the world according to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH). A key landmark to the KL city landscapes, we were instrumental in building the raft foundations for the towers using innovative low-heat cement.
Putrajaya, the administrative capital of the Malaysian Federal Government, is at the forefront of sustainable development. As part of a major urban development project, the city uses our cement for building the administrative buildings, mosques and hospitals. Over 2 million m³ of concrete have been supplied.
Penang 2nd bridge
The Penang Second Bridge, or locally known as Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge, is a dual carriageway toll bridge in Penang, Malaysia, linking Penang island to the mainland Peninsular Malaysia. With a total length of 24km (15 mi) and length over water of 16.9km (10.5 mi), it is the longest bridge in Malaysia and the longest in Southeast Asia.
The bridge completed construction in 2014, using special low-heat, durable cement from us in some key components such as the spun piles, spans and bore piles.
A unique, eye-catching, architectural building, the OBYU Tower (formerly known as Point92) was designed by the architect firm Zlg Design and stood on 0.92 acres of land, with a total build-up of 200,000sqft of mixed materials.
Casted in-situ with our special mix of Agilia™ concrete, the contractors could bring the unique architectural features of the building to life, and at the same time, give the building its rustic, bare-finish look. Construction completed end of 2012 and the building was certified green building by Malaysians’ Green Building Index (GBI).
Refinery and Petrochemical Integrated Development (RAPID) Project is part of the megaproject development, PIPC – Pengerang Integrated Petroleum Complex – by Malaysia’s local Oil and Gas company, PETRONAS. It spans over an area of 80 km2 and houses oil refineries, naphtha crackers, petrochemical plants, liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals and regasification terminals. We had supplied more than 2.5million m3 of concrete to the project, equivalent to 10,000 Olympic-size swimming pools.