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New Subang Police HQ in Bandar Kinrara, Puchong
Wednesday April 8, 2009
Subang Police Complex Ready by Year-end
By THO XIN YI
Construction work on the new Subang Jaya district police headquarters is on schedule and the complex is expected to be completed by the end of the year and ready for occupation by the first quarter of next year.
The complex, located on 2.05ha land at the junction of Jalan Bandar Kinrara 5 and 6, comprises an administration block and 18 units of F-Class police living quarters.
According to developer Pem-binaan BLT Sdn Bhd managing director Mohd Hatar Ismail, the facilities include lock-up cells, a traffic pound, an exhibit store, and an indoor shooting range,
“The structural works completed so far include the administration building blockup to its first floor beam and the living quarters block up to the roof beam,” Hatar said.
Taking shape: An artist’s impression of the new Subang Jaya district police headquarters.
Based on the artist’s impression, the headquarters complex appears impressive with its contemporary design, featuring slanting glass panels which allow more natural light to enter the building.
“Despite having a small land area of just 2.05ha, the public can be rest assured that all the essential facilities will be available at the Subang Jaya police complex.
“It will be a fully functional district police headquarters,” he said.
“It will have a sub-basement car park for the benefits of both the police personnel and the public,” he said.
Hatar said that the estimate construction cost of the project was about RM60mil.
According to Hatar, his company holds regular site meeting with the contractor, consultants and the police authorities.
Currently, the Subang Jaya district police headquarters operates from a shoplot in Taman Putra Permai in Seri Kembangan.
According to Hatar, after the complex is completed, it will take at least two to three months to obtain the certificate of fitness for occupation (CF) from the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) before the police could move in.