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Old November 16th, 2012, 07:49 PM   #21
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I need to add the mall here... barely after 1 day I posted... (and PJ Sentral Garden City)


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Greater KL may be building another 60 shopping malls.... here are what could be our upcoming big malls.

1. IOI City Mall, Putrajaya 2,000,000 sq ft
2. KL Metropolis Matrade Retail 1 1,400,000 sq ft
3. Boustead Retail Cochrane 1,200,000 sq ft
4. Empire City Thematic Malls 1,000,000 sq ft
5. i-City Mall (with Central Group) 1,000,000 sq ft
6. The Paradigm OUG Shopping Centre 1,000,000 sq ft
7. Jalil City Mall 1,000,000 sq ft
8. Tropicana Metropark Mall 1,000,000 sq ft
9. Tropicana Gardens Mall 1,000,000 sq ft
10. Icon City PJ Shopping Mall 1,000,000 sq ft
11. Sunway Velocity Lifestyle Mall 850,000 sq ft
12. Quill 15 Shopping Centre 763,725 sq ft

other smaller ones will be revealed later...
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Old November 23rd, 2012, 11:13 AM   #22
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i read somewhere dat Isola is part of dis project...currently under construction





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Old November 23rd, 2012, 11:21 AM   #23
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Yea by Sime Darby. In fact the whole project there has been taken by Sime Darby.
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Old November 23rd, 2012, 04:07 PM   #24
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Isola site is next to Empire Subang... much further down the road.

SJCC is near Subang Avenue-eTiara-Subang Parade-Carrefour.
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Old November 27th, 2012, 05:01 PM   #25
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Land clearing is in progress....Very fast....
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Old December 28th, 2012, 09:16 AM   #26
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Old March 19th, 2013, 05:09 AM   #27
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Prasarana briefs residents and traders on effects of partial closure of Persiaran Jengka
18-3-2013




Affected stretch: The traffic management plan includes partial closure of Persiaran Jengka (right) and traffic diversion into Jalan SS15/4D (left).

A 20-MONTH traffic management plan will be implemented at Per*siaran Jengka, Subang Jaya, to facilitate construction of Station Five and track alignment for the Kelana Jaya LRT Line Extension Project.

The affected stretch of the road is between SS15 and SS17.
The traffic management plan is expected to start on March 25 and end by November 2014.

Details of the plan were presented to residents and traders during a briefing by Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad (Prasarana) and the project contractor.
The temporary plan includes partial closure of Persiaran Jengka, traffic diversion into Jalan SS15/4D and implementation of a signalised roundabout at the Persiaran Jengka-New Pantai Expressway (NPE) intersection.

“The proposed signalised roundabout hopes to ease some of the congestion at the Persiaran Jengka-NPE intersection,” said Prasarana Group Communications and Strategic Marketing head Lim Jin Aun.

“We are targeting implementation of the two-lane roundabout next month.
“While a portion of the parking bays along Jalan SS15/4D will be unavailable as part of the plan, Prasarana has also created additional bays at the SS15 mosque as part of the condition imposed by the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ).”

As a back-up plan, Lim said Prasarana had submitted an application to MPSJ to change the phasing of the traffic lights in front of Carrefour Subang Jaya to ease traffic congestion in the vicinity.

Prasarana has assured that mobilisation of equipment, materials and logistics for the project would be done at night to minimise disruption to traffic flow during the day.

“We apologise for the inconvenience and appeal to motorists and residents to be patient and temporarily bear with the plan,” said Lim.

Zone 1 Residents’ Committee (JKP) member A.B. Naicker suggested that Prasarana and MPSJ provide sufficient personnel to guide motorists when the new plan was implemented and prevent motorists from parking haphazardly or obstructing traffic.

“I hope the authorities will also look into implementing a signalised roundabout at the Persiaran Kewa*jipan roundabout or other traffic measures to ease congestion at the site,” said MPSJ councillor R. Rajiv.
The Kelana Jaya LRT Line extension project will begin from the Kelana Jaya station and pass through 13 new stations, including Subang Jaya, USJ and Puchong, before ending at Putra Heights.

The project, covering a distance of 17km, is expected to be completed in 2014.

For full details of the traffic management plan and implementation dates, visit www.lrtextension.com or Prasarana’s Project Information Centre at Level CP2, Orange Atrium, Sunway Pyramid.

The centre will be open from 10am to 6pm from Mondays to Fridays, and from 10am to 2pm on Saturdays.


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Any site pics for this?
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Old May 27th, 2013, 11:07 AM   #29
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ISOLA Serviced Apartments



Can Anyone Tell Me,Wat De Hell is this?

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Mystery Contruction Project

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Old July 30th, 2013, 06:51 PM   #31
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Not the benoy one.






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Old August 1st, 2013, 04:47 AM   #32
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Have they started construction or is the site meant for LRT/KTM?
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Old August 5th, 2013, 05:11 PM   #33
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Mudajaya tipped to win RM300m job

5 August 2013

RAIL LINK PROJECT: Company will build an elevated alignment and a station at Subang Skypark, say sources


Mudajaya Group Bhd is tipped to win a RM300 million civil contract to help build a railway link in Subang, Selangor, said people with first-hand knowledge on the matter.


The contract will be awarded by the Skypark Link-Lion Pacific (Slip) venture.


In April, Business Times reported that Slip won a RM500 million rail job from the Transport Ministry to build the Subang Jaya-Sri Subang-Subang Skypark Rail Link.

The project alignment is to lay a 4km doubletracking railway line on the existing Keretapi Tanah Melayu alignment from the Subang Jaya station to Sri Subang and to construct a 4.5km to replant its existing land to correct its plantation age profile, thus improving productivity.

“FGV is on an aggressive replanting exercise.


We are allocating about RM300 million to replant 15,000ha a year using our award-winning DxP Yangambi seeds and clones as well as
elevated alignment near the roundabout, leading to the car park area opposite the Subang Skypark Airport Terminal.


The rail link, which is slated for completion by end-2015, is the first of a three-phase contract.


“Slip had a meeting last week and the management awarded the civil job to Mudajaya.


Mudajaya will construct the elevated alignment and build a station at Subang Skypark,” sources said.


Meanwhile, KL Consult Associates Sdn Bhd, the design consultant for the project, had requested all bidders for the electromechanical portion of the contract to resubmit their bids, a source said.


The contract, which is worth RM60 million to RM65 million, involves signalling, electrification and communication works, as well as installing a ticketing system and closed-circuit
television cameras.


A tender for the contract was called by KL Consult early this year and six groups had submitted bids.


They are Intelligent Essence Sdn Bhd-Siemens Malaysia-Balfour Beatty Rail Sdn Bhd, Artic Rail Sdn Bhd-India’s E to E Engineering, Global Rail Sdn Bhd-Thales-Siemens Malaysia-
Bombardier, Pestech Sdn Bhd-ABB Malaysia, CMC Engineering with a Chinese firm and Nakoda with a European party.


A source said only three groups, led by Artic Rail, Global Rail and Intelligent Essence, were qualified for the initial round of tender evaluation.


“Although the other three groups were not qualified, KL Consult had called for all of them to resubmit their revised technical and commercial offers by/before noon on August 1,” the source said.


It is understood that only two groups submitted their revised technical and commercial offers before noon. The rest came in later.


According to a source from the Transport Ministry, Slip is expected to award the contract next month as the project has been delayed without site progress since the joint-venture company won the project.


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Old August 5th, 2013, 05:15 PM   #34
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Coming Soon by Sime Darby


Strategic alliances the way forward for Sime Darby


Posted on 8 July 2013 - 05:36am
Last updated on 9 July 2013 - 12:00pm

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An artist impression of the Battersea project after its redevelopment

LONDON (July 8, 2013): Sime Darby Property Bhd, which will pursue strategic partnerships to expand its presence overseas, will do the same for its developments in Malaysia where such arrangements add value, said its managing director Datuk Abdul Wahab Maskan.

He said the property arm of Sime Darby Bhd is in talks with lifestyle property developer Eastern & Oriental Bhd (E&O) for a strategic partnership to develop parts of its township projects in the Klang Valley.

"E&O has the brand (recognition) in (developing) hospitality and wellness projects. Our discussions are for a partnership in townships where there are components offering that kind of products and we can create better value (in terms of selling prices and margins with E&O's participation)," Abdul Wahab, who is also Sime Darby group COO, told Malaysian reporters after the groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of construction on the Battersea Power Station here on Thursday.

He declined to name the townships for a potential collaboration with E&O, but said "there are a few in the Klang Valley".

Abdul Wahab also said as part of Sime Darby Property's internationalisation strategy, the company is always on the lookout to forge strategic alliances overseas "where they must have a comparable impact like the Battersea Power Station project".

"This (Battersea) is the first major (overseas) development by Sime Darby Property. We also have (property developments) in Singapore and Australia, but they are not sizeable in terms of contribution to Sime Darby Property and the group," he added.

Asked whether the company is seeking other properties in London, Abdul Wahab said: "Yes. London is one of the destinations that we have identified as our global (expansion) zone."

"We are also the biggest shareholder in E&O (with a 30% stake). E&O also has some developments here, but those are more of the smaller, boutique types of properties.

"For now, the Battersea Power Station project will be the main (overseas) revenue generator for Sime Darby. We have to make that happen well before we go into other major property projects overseas."

Meanwhile, Abdul Wahab expects Sime Darby Property to better the sales it achieved for the financial year ended June 30, 2013 (FY13) of RM4 billion this current financial year.

Out of the RM4 billion sales, RM1.3 billion came from sales of the first phase of Battersea Power Station based on Sime Darby's 40% stake in the consortium with SP Setia Bhd and the Employees Provident Fund (EPF).

Abdul Wahab also said a potential listing of Sime Darby Property is possible, but details of that are still being worked out.

"This is something that is not impossible. We are continuously looking at how to extract more (shareholder) value (before going for a listing)…We have got some plans on that.

"But we also have to consider market conditions and being a global player (first)."

Meanwhile, Sime Darby Property is set to launch a new mixed project called Subang Jaya City Centre with a total gross development value (GDV) of RM4 billion, this year.

Spanning 21 acres and located near the Subang Parade shopping centre in Subang Jaya, Selangor, the project features four office and apartment buildings as well as a hotel and retail space.

"The (development) plan has been approved and we have started clearing the site. We expect to see profit contribution from the new project this financial year, and to be the group's main profit driver in FY15 and FY16," said Abdul Wahab, adding that Subang Jaya City Centre will take five to 10 years to be developed.



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Already approved and will be launched this year...perhaps in the next coming months
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Finally. Mixing Retail Mall with Subang Parade & Empire Shopping Gallery.

Started Soon.....
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Yea W3raq....u got more photo in subang projects to shoot...LOL
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Is this a Factory Construction or Something?

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LRT project I guess
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Source: Sime Dary Property will Launch SJCC Phase 1 as early 2014 next year
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