KUALA LUMPUR, March 4 (Bernama) -- Gamuda Industrial Building System Sdn Bhd (Gamuda IBS), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gamuda Bhd, expects to complete its latest development, Idaman Residensi, 12 months ahead of schedule.
In a statement today, Gamuda said the cost savings from the construction period allowed Gamuda IBS to offer the most competitive tender which was also technically superior.
“Idaman Residensi at Seksyen 6, Selangor Cyber Valley is a project by PKNS Property, a subsidiary of Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS) and built by Gamuda IBS with Malaysia’s first digital IBS factory, which has won the tender.
“This project marks Gamuda IBS’s first external Rumah Selangorku development that has undertaken a complete IBS initiative following the success of Gamuda’s own Gapura Bayu RSKU Apartment which was completed in August 2018,” it said.
Gamuda IBS executive director Datuk Abdul Sahak Safi said as the company was awarded the Idaman Residensi project through a competitive open tender, the scope of work is not like other tenders.
“The winning company needed to include bullet financing payment, stringent quality and on-time delivery into the scope of work. I am very proud to say that we are executing all given tasks, thanks to the Digital IBS system where we leverage on today’s digital design tools and robotic construction as well as superior quality finish to complete the project earlier,” he said.