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We work with some of the most successful companies from Malaysia.
The Exchange 106
492 metres high
106 levels & 6 basements
240,000 sqm nett lettable area
At the heart of the Tun Razak Exchange (TRX) development is the centrepiece Exchange 106, a landmark that has already surpassed the Petronas Twin Towers as the tallest building in the country. At 106 storeys, the modern icon is nestled in a park setting and is designed for to sustainable specifications and standards, with certification under the Green Building Index (GBI) and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).
Tun Razak Exchange
70 acres with GDV of MYR40 billion
24 million sqft GFA
30 buildings on site
Excellent connectivity, iconic public realms and smart and sustainable design come together to create Malaysia's first international financial district at Tun Razak Exchange (TRX). Designed as KL's best-connected address, TRX's 70-acre masterplan includes a dedicated MRT interchange station and direct accesses to Jalan Tun Razak, MEX and SMART Highways, as well as the upcoming DUKE 3 Highway.
Ophir Wellhead Platform
1,100-tonne jacket with 350-tonne topside
14-metre deep suction piles
Water depth at 73 metres
Situated 200km of the Terengganu coastline, the Ophir wellhead platform is the first of its kind to feature a tri-legged acket with integrated suction pile foundation, making the offshore installation safe and swift in a record breaking 72 hours.
MRT2 Line 2 Underground
11 underground stations over 13.5km
MYR13 billion construction cost
The SSP Line is the second MRT line being developed, serving a corridor stretching from Sungai Buloh to Putrajaya that includes Jalan Tun Razak, KLCC, Tun Razak Exchange and Cyberjaya, among others. At commencement of full service in the second quarter of 2022, the SSP Line is expected to have a ridership of 529,000 passengers per day.
IKEA south-east asia projects
2 new developments in Penang and Johor
Redevelopment of flagship property
1.4 million sqft of commercial area
The Swedish furniture brand continues to strengthen in Malaysia through its latest stores in IKEA Batu Kawan, Penang and IKEA Tebrau + Toppen Shopping Centre, Johor, with the latter expecting to attract 15 million visitors by 2020 including those living in Singapore. In addition, the IPC Shopping Centre that connects to flagship store IKEA Damansara has undergone a major facelift that showcases 145 stores of existing and new tenants, revitalised with a Scandinavian-inspired interior.
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