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Old December 12th, 2005, 08:16 PM   #61
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So many stuffs going on in PJ it seems
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Old December 13th, 2005, 04:46 AM   #62
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Here's a repost of Plaza PJ. Can anyone confirm where this is? They are goodlooking buildings.

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Old December 13th, 2005, 05:04 AM   #63
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Here's a repost of Plaza PJ. Can anyone confirm where this is? They are goodlooking buildings.


Wow Great find...where did you get it?

Any info whereabout is the location?
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Old December 14th, 2005, 10:16 AM   #64
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I got it from webshots... So no one knows where this is?

From the model I assume it's somewhere along Federal Highway. The highway and ramp...
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Old December 14th, 2005, 05:08 PM   #65
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cool design!! looks like Dubai
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Old December 24th, 2005, 09:56 AM   #66
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Plaza Kelana Jaya phase II - PJ's Premier Lakefront Commercial Hub
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Old December 25th, 2005, 03:45 PM   #68
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started already ke this one? look nice to me
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Old January 9th, 2006, 05:47 AM   #69
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i was in klang.. city of king


saw many u/c resume back on track.. around bandar baru klang n bandar bukit tinggi.

really boomm. klang so wide.. huge area n got many cluster cbd.

klang city square 15 storey.. located in main cbd area,, almost complete..
same thing with menara klang 20 storey.

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Old January 10th, 2006, 05:14 PM   #70
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Here's a repost of Plaza PJ. Can anyone confirm where this is? They are goodlooking buildings.

I think this one is the project that is located opposite Hilton PJ and next to the Fed... It's now the PJeight being developed by IJM Properties...
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Old January 10th, 2006, 05:15 PM   #71
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Here's a repost of Plaza PJ. Can anyone confirm where this is? They are goodlooking buildings.

I think this one is the project that is located opposite Hilton PJ and next to the Fed... Unfortunately it was halted due to the economic slowdown...

The development has been revived by IJM Properties though... The one being constructed now is called PJeight...
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Old January 10th, 2006, 05:20 PM   #72
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See Hoy Chan to open 5-star hotel in Bandar Utama
Updated : 29-08-2005
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PROPERTY developer See Hoy Chan Holdings Group (SH Chan) will open its RM200 million five-star hotel in Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor in early 2007.

An operator has yet to be engaged for the hotel, which is located next to TV3's Sri Pentas.

We are still in negotiations, we are open to both local and international hotel operators, its director Datuk Teo Chiang Kok told Business Times following his presentation at the Asian Conference of Shopping Centre 2005 on Wednesday.

The Bandar Utama Masterplan area has developed so much but there is a lack of a five-star standard hotel in Petaling Jaya, he said.

Teo said the company is happy if the hotel breaks even in the first year of operations at an occupancy rate of 60 per cent. See Hoy Chan has yet to decide on the average room rate.

The 428-room hotel will have two restaurants and a ballroom that will have a 2,000-seating capacity. This is as big, if not bigger than the Sunway Lagoon Resort Hotel, which currently has the largest hotel ballroom in the Klang Valley.

The new hotel will only have two restaurants as it will be connected to the 1 Utama Shopping Complex which houses a total of 120 eateries.

Teo expects the hotel's occupancy to be supported by regional tourists and business people coming to the area.

See Hoy Chan's previous hotel involvement is in the development of Hotel Malaya in Jalan Lekir in Kuala Lumpur.

The company's involvement in the hotel industry may go further.

Teo said See Hoy Chan may consider owning and operating other five-star hotels in the future. In another three years, the group may go to Penang and Langkawi.

See Hoy Chan, who is developing the entire Bandar Utama township, is also involved in oil palm plantations and provision of financial services. They also run the KBU International College.
Cool, the hotel is gonna be a 5-star... Btw, the project is growing so fast! Now the building is already half the height of the adjacent office tower...

Hmmm, if they are in negotiations with hotel operators, lets hope Hyatt makes a comeback since the change of Saujana's management... Or better still, a Conrad, Sofitel, or even InterContinental hotel...
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Old January 11th, 2006, 01:35 PM   #73
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MPSJ to rebuild missing speed bumps
Wednesday January 11, 2006
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THE missing speed bumps in Bandar Puteri Puchong will be rebuilt, Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) president Mohd Arif Abdul Rahman said.

In giving this assurance during a dialogue with Bandar Puteri Puchong residents at the council headquarters in Subang Jaya, Mohd Arif said he would look into the design of the speed bumps and forward the suggestion to developer IOI Properties Bhd.

Residents claimed that close to 20 speed bumps in the housing estate were abruptly removed in October last year. The residents had requested for the speed bumps, which were built in 2002 by the developer with approval from MPSJ.

Bandar Puteri 8 Residents Association adviser Samson David Maman said residents did not know who ordered removal of the humps.

He added that neither the residents nor the JKP Zone 20 of MPSJ, which represented people of Bandar Puteri Puchong and Pusat Bandar Puchong, were informed or consulted on this matter.

“We are requesting for speed bumps in critical spots like T-junctions and turnings,” he said.

Bandar Puteri 8 RA chairman Jeswant Singh said the humps were vital as motorists often sped down the road.

“Since the road humps were built, accidents have been kept to a minimum and it was safe for residents to cross the road.

“Bandar Puteri Puchong has a hilly terrain, and there are blind spots which drivers can’t see. People’s lives are at stake, because drivers speed on the road even though this is a residential area,” he added.

Samson said the residents were happy with the outcome of their dialogue with Mohd Arif.
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Old February 6th, 2006, 07:56 AM   #74
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Banting’s ‘giant’ bridge almost ready
Monday February 6, 2006
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THE new RM35mil bridge over Sungai Langat in Banting will soon be opened to traffic. However, it is not something the town’s residents are looking forward to.

Most feel that the bridge is gigantic and looms over the small town.








The new bridge was built to allow barges transporting
scrap metal on Sungai Langat to pass through the area







They also claim that the structure is not user friendly especially to motorcyclists, cyclists and pedestrians.

Retired teacher A.C. Chan, 58, of Taman Seri said the bridge was too steep for cyclists coming up or down it.

”I also don’t think the one-metre-wide cycling and pedestrian path provided on both sides of the bridge is safe as the railings are too low.

“Cyclists and pedestrians could easily be bulldozed into the river in the event of an accident due to the low railings,” he said.








Chan pointing at the narrow and raised pedestrian and
cycling path on the bridge and the dangerouslylow railings.







He also feared that motorcyclists and heavy vehicles would face problems going up the bridge due to its high gradient.

“Motorists, especially bikers, may face difficulty controlling the speed of their vehicles when going downhill,” added Chan.

Sekolah Rendah Tamil Teluk Datoh parent-teacher association chairman K. Udaiyakumar said he felt that pupils from the school and other nearby schools would face a problem cycling across the bridge.

“A substantial number of schoolchildren currently cycle across the existing bridge built by the Works Department,” he said, adding that senior citizens who currently cycled around the small town were expected to find it difficult to cycle up and down the new bridge.

Another retired teacher, Jackob Mathew, 58, said, the bridge had been inappropriately built in the middle of the town.

“I feel it is really out of place and we are going to face a lot of inconvenience because of it,” he said.

The bridge, built by Lions Group, is to allow barges transporting scrap metal on Sungai Langat to pass through the area. Currently, the barges are unable to pass because the existing bridge is too low.
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Boustead to offload tower project for RM168m
14 Feb 2006 7:40 PM
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Boustead Properties Bhd’s unit, Mutiara Rini Sdn Bhd (MRSB), has proposed to disposed of a 26-storey office tower to be constructed on a piece of freehold land in Sungai Buloh, Selangor held by MRSB to Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera for RM168.33 million cash.

MRSB signed an agreement with LTAT towards this on Feb 14, which would allow the Boustead Properties group to generate income during the construction period of the tower, located in the mixed residential and commercial development area known as Mutiara Damansara.

The development cost of the property is about RM149.3 million, which would result in a gain on disposal of about RM19 million, Boustead Properties told Bursa Malaysia on Feb 14.

Construction of the tower is expected to commence in September 2006 and it is expected to be completed by August 2009.
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I wonder how de office tower in Mutiara Damansara will look like...cant wait to see de rendering.
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Sports complex in Rawang
Friday February 17, 2006
By STUART MICHAEL

RESIDENTS in Rawang will have a sports community complex, complete with a caf้teria, by the year's end.

The complex, to be built by Khaleej Sdn Bhd, will be sited on a 1.2ha land in Taman Jati that is currently being used as a football field.

As such, a new football field will be provided on a 0.6ha vacant land next to the Selayang Municipal Council community hall in the neighbourhood.

Project director Daniel Alfred said work would start this month after approval was obtained from Gombak Land Office, and construction would take eight months to complete.






The football field in Taman Jati that will make way for the sports complex.



He said this to the press during a visit to the complex's site with Rawang assemblyman Datuk Tang See Hang last Thursday.

“The new RM3.75mil complex will have netball, badminton, sepak takraw and volleyball courts, an international-size futsal pitch and indoor hockey arena.

“Besides the caf้teria, other facilities are sports shops, a hall, gymnasium and parking lot,” said Alfred, who added that this project was part of the Youth and Sports Ministry's programme to build sports community complexes in state constituencies.

Tang said the sports complex would enable the community in Rawang to participate in healthy activities, with convenience.

“Now, we only have a football field and when it rains, the field will be flooded. The field is also uneven and not very suitable to be used for football.

“By next year, we will have many sports facilities, both indoor and outdoor, located at the complex. We will organise sports activities,” said Tang.
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Upgrading of bridge over Sg Gasi
Thursday March 2, 2006


THE bridge over Sungai Gasi near the Sierramas flyover along Jalan Sungai Buloh-Kepong will be upgraded to a 20m single span bridge to improve water flow and avert flash floods.

The river will also be deepened and widened.

The upgrading works will carried out by Federal Territory Public Works Department (PWD) as part of the Federal Route 54 road project. It is expected to be completed by the year's end.

A triple cell box culvert that served as the bridge will be demolished. In the meantime, motorists will use a temporary 4.8m-wide bridge.

The steps were recommended by Petaling District Drainage and Irrigation Department's appointed consultants to study the river's flow and capacity in efforts to overcome floods affecting the stretch of Jalan Sungai Buloh-Kepong below the Sierramas flyover.

Bukit Lanjan assemblyman Yong Dai Ying said the flash floods that occurred at the stretch in December trapped many vehicles in a metre-deep water.

Earlier Yong had attended a special meeting with representatives from Petaling District (PWD), Petaling District DID and Petaling Jaya Municipal Council.
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RM35mil bridge safe and sound
Thursday March 2, 2006


THE Lions Group which has completed the construction of the RM35mil bridge in Banting has assured users that the structure was built according to approved specifications.

Though gigantic in appearance, officials from the group said they had considered all factors before constructing the bridge.

Contrary to the concerns raised by residents, an official said the bridge would be providing additional comfort for its users.






The new 600m bridge in Banting has wide lanes
for motorcylists, cyclists as well as pedestrians.





He said the new 600m bridge has special two metre wide lanes for motorcyclists and cyclists.

“A special lane measuring one metre in width for pedestrians is also provided on both sides of the bridge.

So the issue of the bridge posing a danger to motorists and pedestrians should not arise, said the official.

On concern regarding the high gradient, he said motorists would not be facing a problem going up the bridge as its gradient stood at only 6.5%. The maximum gradient allowed is 8%.

“We have also fitted the bridge with 1.1m high railings. Pedestrians can have a nice view of the river while walking on the bridge,’’ he added

The official said the bridge was ready for use and that they were awaiting the green light from the state Public Works Department to open.

“We know that the commuters are waiting for the bridge to open and we also want to do so as soon as possible,'' he said.
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