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Old March 2nd, 2011, 02:37 PM   #101
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ppls attitude wat i'm afraid of...
but i hope this gov effort cn open eyes...
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hmm.., i wonder how they will tackle issues during flash flood... usually during heavy downpour the level increase 2 or 3 times more... we dont want to see the development near the river bank being swept away..
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ha3...!! tats true.
but now we have SMART kn...
mayb they will upgrade drainage system after tis..
make it much better
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so, when they can achieve this? by 5 years time?
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hope they can follow Seoul in revitalising river..





or San Antonio, Texas
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MRCB, Ekovest in river-cleaning project
Published: 2011/03/29
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...cle/index_html

Malaysian Resources Corp and Ekovest Bhd agreed to form a joint venture to participate in a river-cleaning project in Kuala Lumpur, according to a company statement today.

Ekovest will own 60 per cent in the joint venture company called KL Bund Sdn Bhd, while Malaysian Resources will own the remaining 40 per cent, Malaysian Resources said in the statement. -- Bloomberg
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MRCB inks deal with Ekovest, KL Bund
Published: 2011/03/29
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Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) has signed a joint venture and shareholders' agreement (JVSA) with Ekovest Bhd and KL Bund Sdn Bhd (KBSB) in relation to River of Life Project.

In a filing to Bursa Malaysia today, MRCB said it would have 40 per cent equity in KBSB, which has an authorised capital of RM100 million and paid-up capital of RM10 million.

Ekovest would hold 60 per cent stake in KBSB, it said.

It said the joint venture would provide an opportunity for the company to participate in one of the projects under the government’s Economic Transformation Programme. -- Bernama
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MRCB expects to land more govt jobs
By Sharen Kaur Published: 2011/04/05
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Resources Corp Bhd (MRCB) (1651)is expecting more government jobs under the Economic Transformation Programme (ETP), having bid for projects worth over RM2 billion.

Chief executive officer Datuk Mohd Razeek Hussain said one of its key performance indicators for 2011 is to grow the company's revenue by 20 per cent to RM1.3 billion and achieve RM150 million in profit before tax (PBT).

For fiscal 2010, MRCB posted a PBT of RM97.6 million on revenues of RM1.1 billion.

Among the projects MRCB is bidding for are package A and B of the LRT extension project, worth some RM1 billion and RM600 million respectively.

"If we can get one of the two packages, we would have achieved 40 per cent of our target," he said yesterday after the company's shareholders meeting.

MRCB has secured two projects under the ETP - the development of the 6-star St Regis Hotel at Kuala Lumpur Sentral in Brickfields, and the River of Life project.

Razeek said MRCB is negotiating with the government on the scope of works for the project, where it holds the letter of intent with its joint-venture partner, Ekovest Bhd.

The project includes cleaning and beautifying the Klang and Gombak river, and planning some developments along it. He declined to reveal the project cost.

OSK Research estimates the project to be worth RM8 billion to RM10 billion.

Meanwhile, MRCB, which has RM4.2 billion worth of ongoing property projects, plan to launch three new developments valued at RM2.6 billion between May and December this year.

These include an office tower and residences at KL Sentral and a high-end condominium project at Jalan Kia Peng, Kuala Lumpur.

MRCB is also aiming to launch Penang Sentral soon, Razeek said.

"We are looking at substantial growth this year, majority of that will be contributed by our existing projects," he said.
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This project seems to to be moving along


Five Master Planners To Battle For Best River Transformation Programme

KUALA LUMPUR, April 12 (Bernama) -- Five master planners - three international and two local planners - will be vying to deliver a design to rehabilitate and beautify the city's rivers.

The five designers are the finalists from a list of 22 master planners to participate in the Greater KL/Klang Valley "River of Life" International Master Planning Competition.

The finalists are AECOM (United States), Building Design Partnership (UK), Korea Engineering Consultants Corporation and Malaysian firms, T R Hamzah and Yeang, and AJC Planning Consultants Sdn Bhd.

Kuala Lumpur Mayor Datuk Seri Ahmad Fuad Ismail told a news conference after launching the competition here Tuesday that the Klang and Gombak rivers had the potential of becoming key areas for social and economic activities.

"The initiative will provide a platform for renowned master planners to bring forward the best and most comprehensive master plan to revitalise and transform the river corridor in Kuala Lumpur," he said.

The competing master planners are required to submit a comprehensive master plan for a 10.7km stretch along the Klang and Gombak river corridor, as well as detailed design proposals for two of the 11 precincts -- Precinct 1 (Titiwangsa) and Precinct 2 (Masjid Jamek).

The competition starts Tuesday and will end on June 15.

A jury, consisting of international and local personalities, will be assembled to judge the submissions and the public will also be allowed to view the submissions and participate in open voting to choose their preferred design.

The judge's decision will have an 80 percent weight on the result and the remaining 20 percent will come from the public votes.

"Once the winning designs are realised, the public will be able to enjoy the full effects of the transformation: to cycle safely and seamlessly from Titiwangsa to Brickfields, to experience the various water activities, to enjoy the various public and green space along the river, as well as from the economic activities and investments in the area," he said.

Link: http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/ne....php?id=578573
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River of Life Master Planning Competition launch
ETP | April 13, 2011
http://www.pemandu.gov.my/etp/blog/2...tion-launch-2/



f the world’s great cities such as London, Paris, Melbourne, and Amsterdam are identified by their iconic waterways. In contrast, our very own Klang River is perhaps Greater KL/KV’s most under-utilised natural asset.

Having recognized that the Klang River basin has great potential to become a key social and economic hub, the River of Life (RoL) was identified as an EPP under the Greater KL/KV NKEA with ambitious goals to transform the status quo into a vibrant, thriving and livable waterfront by 2020. This transformation is divided into three components: river cleaning, river masterplanning and beautification and river development.



River Cleaning

River cleaning will be conducted along a 113-km stretch along the Klang River basin, covering the municipal areas of Majlis Perbandaran Sepang, Majlis Perbandaran Ampang Jaya and Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur.

River Masterplanning and Beautification

Masterplanning and beautification works will be carried out along a 10.7km stretch along the Klang and Gombak river corridor. Significant landmarks in the area include Dataran Merdeka, Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad and Masjid Jamek.

River Development

The masterplanning and beautification works will spur economic investments into the areas immediately surrounding the river corridor. To catalyse development along the corridor, potential government land will be identified and tendered out to private developers through competitive bidding.



Our team was at the launch of the River of Life International Masterplanning competition yesterday. This competition aims to ensure a holistic beautification approach for the River of Life project.

Participating masterplanners will have two months to work on a winning masterplan that outlinesthe transformation, rehabilitation and beautification of a 10.7 km stretch along the Klang and Gombak river corridor.

11 international and 11 local master planners were invited to submit their credentials and expression of interest to participate in this competition. Out of this, five were selected to participate in the competition, based on pre-set criteria such as experience in relevant river-related projects and international recognition in the industry.

The selected masterplanners are AJC Planning Consultants Sdn Bhd (Malaysia), AECOM (United States), Building Design Partnership Ltd (United Kingdom), Korea Engineering Consultants Corporation (South Korea), and T R Hamzah and Yeang (Malaysia).



A panel of jurors comprising international and local masterplanners, professionals and personalities will judge the submitted masterplans. In addition, the public will be allowed to view the submissions and participate in an open voting system to choose their preferred design.

The judges’ decision will have 80 per cent weightage to the result of the competition while 20 per cent will be based on the public votes.





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Old May 2nd, 2011, 11:53 PM   #114
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Strong current to rehabilitate KL's rivers
2011/05/01
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IN the early 1970s, when the southwest monsoon hit Klang Valley without fail annually, heavy rain that came with it at the beginning of the year was much feared by villagers living along Sungai Mulia in Gombak.

At the village where I spent my childhood, villagers often lost the back portions of their houses to the swift currents. Toilet renovations were often an annual affair.

Sungai Mulia was one of the two rivers upstream that fed -- and still feeds -- Sungai Gombak. The other river is the Sungai Batu which meets Sungai Gombak at the Putra World Trade Centre.

Sungai Gombak joins the Kelang river a few kilometres downstream at Masjid Jamek from which confluence Kuala Lumpur got its name.

In the days when most houses were powered by kerosene lamps and water came from wells, families who lived along Sungai Gombak depended quite a lot on the river.

From the bridge along Jalan Kampung Bandar Dalam, which linked Gombak to Sentul, womenfolk could often be seen cleaning their laundry on the rocks under the shade of the Lian Hin rubber smokehouse.

I recall hot afternoons and during school holidays, the area became a children's playground.

A dhoby operator used water from the river to clean its laundry and clothes were dried in long lines along the bank.

That section of the river teemed with life. Small river carps that belonged to the lampam family could be seen in the almost crystal clear water. Freshwater shrimps, too, were plentiful. Freshwater turtles, or labi-labi in Malay (or tsui yue in Cantonese), were found in abundance during the months when the ara trees upstream bore fruit.

White-breasted waterhens, known as wak-wak or kedidi in Malay, were also many. They could be seen foraging along the waterline with their chicks in tow. Village folk used snares or bird traps called jebak puyuh to trap these birds.

Pollution those days came mainly in the form of domestic rather than industrial waste. The only big factory upstream was Lee Rubber.

As I remember it, Sungai Gombak remained visibly clean until the late 70s when pockets of small factories and workshops sprouted.

Its demise came, I think, around the 1980s when housing estates came up and more people found it easier to dump garbage into the river than throwing them in communal garbage bins.

Recently, when I read that the Selangor Government had appointed four companies to carry out a RM50 billion project to rehabilitate the Kelang river, I was delighted.

Having seen how the Malacca river had been successfully transformed, I cannot help but feel hopeful that Sungai Kelang and Sungai Gombak can be returned to their glorious states in the 1970s.

However, unlike the Malacca river, which is shorter and less populated, save for the section when it ran through town from Kampung Morten to the estuary, the upper reaches of Sungai Gombak and Sungai Kelang will be a bigger challenge, especially with many illegal factories and squatter areas still dotting the riverbanks.

To clean up the rivers, it will take more than just stretching floating rubbish booms across them.

Those responsible for rehabilitation must first clean up the mentality of city folk and riverine dwellers that the two rivers are not open sewers.

They may even need to employ a river warden like some countries do to patrol the rivers to nab litterbugs.

The state government's projected 15-year rehabilitation period looks like a reasonable time to do so, if they start now.
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River of Life project to spur economic growth
2011/05/30
http://www.nst.com.my/nst/articles/4rvver/Article/

I ADMIRE City Hall and all the other government agencies for making the River of Life programme a reality. Can you tell us more about this programme? How can we participate in this programme? Also, are there any updates on the River of Life International Master Planning Competition?

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Datuk Seri Ahmad Fuad Ismail: The old and great cities of the world like Venice, Paris, London, Melbourne, and Amsterdam are recognised by their iconic waterways. It is time for our Klang and Gombak rivers' potential as a key social and economic hub to be realised through the River of Life project.

This project was identified as an Entry Point Project (EPP) in the Greater Kuala Lumpur/Klang Valley National Key Economic Area under the Economic Transformation Programme.

The goal is to transform the rivers into a vibrant and thriving waterfront by 2020.

This transformation is divided into three components: river cleaning, river master-planning and beautification and river development.

The aim of the River of Life International Master Planning Competition is to invite original ideas with excellent designs in planning -- architecturally, functionally and economically.

The winning masterplan will be used to create an iconic waterfront development for the city.

We, of course, have to start by improving the water quality and beautifying the river banks. A lot of work needs to be done to improve the water quality of the rivers from Class 3 (not suitable for body contact) to Class 2b (suitable for recreational use).

More importantly, people must change their attitudes and stop polluting the rivers.

Five companies have been shortlisted to submit designs to rehabilitate and beautify the rivers running through Kuala Lumpur.

These five companies would be required to submit a masterplan that covers a stretch of 10.7km along the Klang and Gombak corridor. Out of the 11 international and 11 Malaysian master planners invited to submit their credentials, three international and two local companies were also selected.

Participants must submit their plans by June 15 to be judged by a nine-member panel made up of three international jurors and six local jurors on June 30. The total score will come from both the panel and public.

Eighty per cent of the score will come from the jury panel while 20 per cent from the public though e-voting (Facebook) and voting forms.

The plans for this competition will be put up for public viewing and the winner will be announced on July 15.

The winner will be awarded a contract to start work on Phase 1 of the project which involves two out of 11 precincts identified for beautification works -- Titiwangsa and Masjid Jamek.

The Klang and Gombak rivers have the potential to spur high-value investments due to their central location which encompasses key heritage sites and buildings such as Dataran Merdeka, Bangunan Sultan Abdul Samad, Central Market, Petaling Street and Masjid Jamek.

City Hall would also do its part and step up enforcement to stop further pollution of the rivers.

Once the River of Life project is fully realised, the public will be able to cycle safely from Titiwangsa to Brickfields, take part in water sport activities and enjoy the many public and green spaces along the waterfront.

So don't forget to vote for your favourite plan and look forward to being a proud citizen of a city with an iconic waterway.

As for the River of Life seminar, it will be held in July this year. -- [email protected].
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Sungai Klang Project To Be Announced In Three Months
June 04, 2011 19:46 PM
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KLANG, June 4 (Bernama) - The Sungai Klang rehabilitation and development project is expected to be announced in three months, said Menteri Besar Tan Sri Abdul Khalid Ibrahim.

The Selangor government is in discussion with federal government which wanted to share the cost of cleaning up Sungai Klang.

"We are discussing with Pemandu (Performance Management and Delivery Unit) as Sungai Klang project is under Greater KL," he said when opening Selangor Heritage Photography Carnival 2011 at Jambatan Kota Saturday.

In March 2010, the Selangor government appointed TSS-Mako Engineering Sdn Bhd, GJA Engineering Sdn Bhd and Wessex Water I-Bhd to develop the project while DPZ Asia Consortium Sdn Bhd was for planning and design.

The project was initially planned to start in Klang at a cost of RM1bil with another RM1bil for cleaning and restoring the 120km river of which 80km is under Kuala Lumpur.

The carnival which displays 237 photographs also features the longest collage on a bridge recognised by the Malaysia Book of Records.

-- BERNAMA
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I'll request Mod to merge this https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=824828

into

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Because we don't want to MISS this Great Development, that will also see new buildings built around the river....

Website: http://www.riveroflife.com.my

VOTE NOW!!!

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wow I have fun with Malaysian developments day by day!!!
...but all design are the best..can they mix each other
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Perdana Menteri lancar projek “River of Life"
01/07/2011 11:44pm
http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info...i&pg=bt_39.htm

KUALA LUMPUR 1 Julai — Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak hari ini melancarkan projek “River of Life,” yang bermatlamat untuk memberi nafas baharu kepada Sungai Klang dan Gombak untuk menjadikannya bertenaga manakala tebingan sungainya mempunyai nilai ekonomi yang tinggi.

Perdana Menteri berkata, projek itu, yang merupakan projek permulaan di bawah Bidang Ekonomi Utama Baharu Greater KL/Lembah Klang, juga bermatlamat mengubah menjadikan sungai itu sebagai satu ikon laluan air, setara dengan sungai yang terdapat di bandaraya terkemuka di dunia.

"Inisiatif ini, yang dibahagikan kepada tiga komponen — pembersihan sungai, pengindahan sungai serta pembangunan sungai — tidak sahaja akan menyediakan pembangunan kepada ekonomi tempatan malah juga meningkatkan pendapatan,” katanya pada pelancaran projek itu di sini hari ini.

Katanya, kerja-kerja pembersihan dan pengindahan akan turut dilaksanakan sejauh 10.7km di koridor Sungai Klang dan Gombak itu.

Di segi sumbangannya kepada Pendapatan Kasar Negara (GNI), katanya projek itu dijangka menyumbang RM11.3 bilion sehingga 2020 atau RM1.4 bilion setahun. — Bernama

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