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Old December 9th, 2017, 06:20 PM   #1141
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I know it's too late, but why didn't they consider doing the Klang part underground?
They did. It was part of the LRT3 DEIA report. Option of going underground in Klang South was considered in that report.
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This week bigger piling machine is placed in front pasar klang....

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This project is on schedule or what? I don't really think they will archived 2020 date of completion.
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This project is on schedule or what? I don't really think they will archived 2020 date of completion.
Letter of awards already given to winners. If they dont follow the project timeline, then...

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CONTRACTORS for the Light Rail Transit Line 3 (LRT3) project are facing the prospect of having to bear a higher level of liquidated and ascertained damages (LADs), as Prasarana Malaysia Bhd and project delivery partner (PDP) MRCB George Kent Sdn Bhd (MRCBGK) seek to ensure timely completion.

The industry is abuzz with news of the LAD, which is said to be between RM100,000 and RM200,000 per day, and up to a maximum of 100% of the contract value. The usual practice is to cap the LAD at 20% to 30% of the contract value.

“While this may not be much of a problem if your contract is valued at RM1 billion or RM2 billion, subcontractors that receive RM50 million or RM60 million worth of contracts will feel the pinch.

“This is because main contractors will usually apply the same LAD that is imposed on them on the subcontractors, so if the delay is at the subcontractors’ level, the main contractors would not have to bear a higher LAD than the subcontractors,” says one industry player.
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