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Old August 17th, 2009, 04:30 AM   #1
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SECTION 13-16 | Petaling Jaya | Proposals, Projects & Construction Updates

Municipal Court judgment sought over collapse of Jaya Supermarket building
By TAN KARR WEI


THE Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) will file a case at the municipal court regarding the collapse of the former Jaya Supermarket building in Section 14, Petaling Jaya.

“We have received all the relevant reports and will be giving a briefing to our councillors, assemblymen and MPs.

“The state has also asked us to make a judgment so we will be bringing this matter to the municipal court and they would decide if any bylaws were broken,” Petaling Jaya mayor Datuk Roslan Sakiman said after flagging off the convoy of classic Mini Cooper cars bearing Malaysian flags at the MBPJ headquarters in Jalan Yong Shook Lin yesterday.

The former Jaya Supermarket building had been vacant since early 2008 because there were plans to redevelop the site for a seven-storey retail building with four levels of parking.

Demolition of the building was scheduled to begin at the end of May this year but before work could start, the building collapsed on May 28, killing seven construction workers.

Residents from 12 houses along Jalan 14/15 were told to leave their homes for more than two weeks, during which they were put up in nearby hotels.

A stop-work order was issued to the contractors and has since been partially lifted to facilitate investigations into the collapse.

The MBPJ legal department will be filing the case today once all the necessary documentation are in place.

Roskan said the demolition of the remaining structure would take place only after the court had made a judgment on the case
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Old September 17th, 2009, 09:57 AM   #3
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Kaedah tidak betul punca Jaya Supermarket runtuh





KUALA LUMPUR: Laporan penuh mengenai punca kejadian runtuhan bangunan Jaya Supermarket di Seksyen 14, Petaling Jaya pada 28 Mei lalu yang turut mengandungi penjelasan lapan agensi berkaitan sudah dibentangkan kepada Kabinet, kelmarin.

Menteri Perumahan dan Kerajaan Tempatan, Datuk Seri Kong Cho Ha, berkata lapan agensi itu ialah Lembaga Pembangunan Industri dan Pembinaan Malaysia (CIDB), Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ), Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR), Institut Jurutera Malaysia, Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia, Jabatan Bomba dan Penyelamat serta Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM).

“Laporan itu menghuraikan secara terperinci mengenai punca dan bagaimana kejadian terbabit boleh berlaku.

“Kabinet berpuas hati laporan yang dikemukakan dan mahu kajian lanjut dilakukan termasuk kemungkinan mengkaji semula garis panduan meruntuhkan bangunan supaya ia lebih jelas,” katanya.

Ditanya punca runtuhan bangunan itu, Kong berkata, hasil laporan menunjukkan kemungkinan berlakunya kesilapan ketika kerja dijalankan termasuk gagal mengguna pakai kaedah tepat ketika kerja meruntuhkan bangunan.

Mengulas lanjut, Kong berkata, kerja pembinaan di tempat kejadian masih dihentikan sehingga pihaknya berpuas hati semua aspek membabitkan keselamatan.

“Kementerian menyerahkan kepada MBPJ untuk menilai keadaan. Jika keadaan elok, terpulang MBPJ untuk membuat keputusan sama ada kerja meruntuh dan membina bangunan baru itu wajar diteruskan atau tidak,” katanya.

Runtuhan bangunan empat tingkat yang pernah menempatkan Jaya Supermarket itu menyebabkan empat warga Indonesia maut manakala tiga lagi tertimbus.

Ketika kejadian, 20 hingga 30 buruh warga Indonesia menjalankan kerja merobohkan bangunan itu untuk pembinaan semula.
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Old October 22nd, 2009, 04:55 AM   #4
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Settle compounds first, Jaya Supermarket told
By TAN KARR WEI


THE Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) will lift the stop-work order on the former Jaya Supermarket once the contractors have settled the compounds.

“Last month, the contractors and land-owners asked for the stop-work order to be lifted,” said Petaling Jaya mayor Datuk Mohamad Roslan Sakiman.

Roslan said the council was satisfied with the method used by the contractors to bring down the remaining structure.

However, the contractors would have to settle the compounds amounting to about RM500,000 before they are allowed to tear down the remaining structure.

“They would also have to settle other costs like having our enforcement personnel stationed in the area,” he said.
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Old November 12th, 2009, 11:02 AM   #6
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hey dats nice....but shopping mall only??
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Old November 12th, 2009, 03:02 PM   #7
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so they are gonna demolish the whole structure???
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Old November 19th, 2009, 06:17 AM   #8
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Petaling Jaya council to lift stop-work order this week
Pauline Almeida
Wednesday, November 18th, 2009 08:56:00



BAD JOB: The shoddy demolition claimed seven lives

THE stop-work order for the partly-collapsed former Jaya Shopping Centre building in Section 14, Petaling Jaya, will be lifted in a few days. A letter on this was issued by the Petaling Jaya City Council yesterday to the architect and the developer and engineer of the building.


This follows the developer having settled the outstanding compound fine — totaling RM450,000, owed by both the contractor (RM250,000) and the architect (RM200,000) — plus the RM148,000 cost for maintaining more than 20 enforcement officers at the site. The fine was settled late last month.

Council’s Building Control Department also found that the contractor’s method statement complied with the Department of Safety and Health (DOSH) recommendations. Therefore, it was decided at the council’s meeting yesterday that the stop-work order be lifted.

“Taking into consideration these factors, we will lift the stop-work order later this week,” said Puasa yesterday. Meanwhile, a Selangor DOSH official confirmed the department has accepted the contractor’s latest method statement on the process of demolition after giving comments on the possible hazards that might occur during demolition.

“We have advised them on precautions that should be taken against possible hazards. This was done in September,” said the official.

Meanwhile, councillor Selvarajan Rathinam for zone 14: Sections 8, 14 and 51A said although the letter was issued yesterday, the developer ought to submit a letter to the council to indicate when work will commence
on the site.

The building collapsed at 4.45pm on May 28, while demolition work was in progress. Seven workers were killed and several trapped in the incident. Subsequently, several nearby residents were ordered to stay at a hotel nearby until the site was declared safe.
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Demolition work to resume in two weeks
PJ council lifts stop-work order
Pauline Almeida Wednesday, November 25th, 2009 06:32:00
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BACK ON TRACK: Demolition will soon
resume on the collapsed Jaya Supermarket

WORK to demolish the former Jaya Supermarket building in Section 14, Petaling Jaya is expected to resume within two weeks after it stopped when part of the structure collapsed in May killing seven workers.

The Petaling Jaya City Council lifted the stop-work order early last week. Malay Mail visited the site yesterday and found work had yet to begin.

When contacted, Andy Yap Woei Wen, chief operating officer of Pembinaan Sdn Bhd, C.W. Yap, the contractor for the demolition job, said they are currently doing the paperwork.

“We will begin soon and the demolition work will take about four months.”

The 35-year-old building collapsed on May 28 while partial demolition work was in progress to make way for a six-storey shopping mall with four basement carparks.

Meanwhile, the council allayed residents’ concerns on possible traffic problems when the new mall opens for business.

Its deputy mayor, Puasa Md Taib, told Malay Mail that traffic assessment was done two years ago and that the area’s main road, Jalan Semangat, will be expanded to three lanes from the present two. “All these should alleviate any anticipated traffic problems.”

The neighbouring Section 13 industrial zone will be re-developed into a commercial area under the council once the Selangor government has gazetted the area.

Malay Mail had reported that the 80-hectare industrial area will be turned into a commercial zone in the mold of modern complexes like Jaya 1 and Jaya 33.

The 50-odd factory owners operating there had found it unsuitable for their businesses, with perpetual traffic congestion affecting operations. About 20 per cent of the factory properties had been sold.
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Old March 23rd, 2010, 05:48 AM   #10
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DOSH expected to charge those responsible for Jaya Supermarket collapse
By Bernama
Monday, 22 March 2010 17:26

KUALA LUMPUR: The Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) does to intend to reveal the contents of a report on the Jaya Supermarket building collapse in Petaling Jaya, which killed seven Indonesian workers, to the public.

Deputy Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Seri Lajim Ukim said DOSH would use the confidential documents in the to charge those responsible for the tragedy.

"The report of the investigations on the Jaya Supermarket collapse in Section 14, Petaling Jaya on May 28, 2009, was prepared by the committee set up to investigate the collapse and comprises reports prepared other agencies like DOSH and has been classified as official secret under the Official Secrets Act 1972 (Act 88)," he said.

Lajim was answering a question by Hee Loy Sian (PKR-Petaling Jaya Selatan) in the Dewan Rakyat on March 22, who wanted to know about the report and who was responsible for the tragedy.

He added that DOSH was in the process of charging those responsible for the tragedy and that the reports were in the final stage at the Attorney General's Chambers. -- Bernama
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Clearing works at Jaya mall start


PETALING JAYA: Work to clear debris at the site of the Jaya Supermarket, which collapsed last year, is expected to be completed by mid-June.


http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp...298&sec=nation
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Demolition works in order, says MBPJ
http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.as...61&sec=central

Firms charged over lack of safety in supermarket collapse
http://thestar.com.my/metro/story.as...08&sec=central

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SECTION 13-16 | Petaling Jaya | Proposals, Projects & Construction Updates

SECTION 13 and 14 in PJ will undergo massive redevelopment from early 2011.

Here's a look at some up and coming developments:


JAYA ONE EVOLUTION - Phase 2





PLAZA33 - Jaya33 Phase 2
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Jaks Resources Bhd and TheStar Group's COMMERCIAL REDEVELOPMENT SECTION 13 PJ

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Mammoth Empire Group's EMPIRE STATE OF ART PJ

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Sunsuria Group's SECTION 13 SOHO COMPLEXES

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Kumpulan Hartanah Selangor's Mixed Development
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besarnya podium...shopping mall?
lebih caantik kalau taller....
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love the tall columns at the condo lobby level.
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F&N to redevelop PJ land
By Yong Min Wei of theedgemalaysia.com
Tuesday, 28 December 2010 17:49

KUALA LUMPUR: Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd (F&N) will redevelop the land in Petaling Jaya that has been housing its dairy manufacturing plant since 1959 to feature commercial and residential properties with gross development value (GDV) of at least RM1 billion.

The project is expected to kick start another major property venture for the group, which sees its development in Pudu coming to an end.

In the group's 2009/10 annual report released recently, F&N said the existing manufacturing plant in Section 13 would be relocated to Pulau Indah commencing end-2011.

F&N said its property division would, in the years to come, focus on transforming the 12.7-acre site into a notable landmark in Petaling Jaya, with the redevelopment to be undertaken in phases over a five- to eight-year period.

"Master planning for this redevelopment has commenced while waiting for the land to be vacated. Phase One, comprising commercial and residential properties, is expected to commence in 2012," the group noted.

F&N said the 12.7-acre site in Section 13 offered "great potential" and that its redevelopment was timely and expected to yield promising returns to the group's property division.

For the year ended Sept 30, 2010 (FY2010), F&N's property division contributed RM72.3 million to the group's total revenue of RM3.63 billion. In FY2009, the division chipped in RM62.9 million to a full-year revenue of RM3.27 billion.

F&N pointed out that its property division would continue its journey to unlock and enhance values of its existing landbank.

According to its annual report, the group has freehold land and buildings with net book value of RM90.9 million and RM260.5 million respectively, as at Sept 30, 2010.

These include 276,196 sq ft of freehold land in Fraser Business Park, Kuala Lumpur, for the development of shopoffices; 2.64 million sq ft of freehold land in Hulu Langat for the development of residential property; and 132,052 sq ft of freehold land in Johor Bahru for commercial property development.

F&N also said that the development of Phase 2 of Fraser Business Park, marketed as Zon.e@Fraser Business Park, was completed and handed over at end-September, within the period under review. It has been renamed "Kompleks Metro Pudu" by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall.

Meanwhile, F&N's RM350 million dairy manufacturing plant in Pulau Indah is scheduled for completion in the second half of next year. With a planned annual capacity in excess of 14 million cases, the plant would together with the group's first greenfield condensery in Rojana, Thailand, generate a collective annual output of over 25 million cases.

The Pulau Indah plant is part of F&N's expansion plans to meet the growing demand for canned milk in Malaysia.

The group added that the plant's location within the "Selangor Halal Hub" would enable its dairies division to expand export opportunities to the fast-growing and untapped halal markets in the Middle East, Africa and Indonesia.

F&N's subsidiaries are primarily involved in the manufacturing and sale of soft drinks, dairy products, glass containers as well as property development activities and the provision of management services.

The group posted a net profit of RM695.3 million for FY2010, an almost three-fold increase from RM224.9 million a year ago, boosted by gains from the disposal of its glass-manufacturing unit during the year. Its net assets per share stood at RM5.03 as at Sept 30.

Shares of F&N on Monday, Dec 27 closed unchanged at RM14.88, with turnover of 217,600 units. The counter has risen 51.2% year-to-date.
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Tuesday, 28 December 2010 17:49

KUALA LUMPUR: Fraser & Neave Holdings Bhd (F&N) will redevelop the land in Petaling Jaya that has been housing its dairy manufacturing plant since 1959 to feature commercial and residential properties with gross development value (GDV) of at least RM1 billion.

The project is expected to kick start another major property venture for the group, which sees its development in Pudu coming to an end.

In the group's 2009/10 annual report released recently, F&N said the existing manufacturing plant in Section 13 would be relocated to Pulau Indah commencing end-2011.

F&N said its property division would, in the years to come, focus on transforming the 12.7-acre site into a notable landmark in Petaling Jaya, with the redevelopment to be undertaken in phases over a five- to eight-year period.

"Master planning for this redevelopment has commenced while waiting for the land to be vacated. Phase One, comprising commercial and residential properties, is expected to commence in 2012," the group noted.

F&N said the 12.7-acre site in Section 13 offered "great potential" and that its redevelopment was timely and expected to yield promising returns to the group's property division.
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Old January 7th, 2011, 05:58 AM   #18
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boss rizal,
any idea where is the exact location for this centrestage?
which old factory/land is this taking over?
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