KWASA DAMANSARA — Kwasa Land, the master developer for Kwasa Damansara, today announced that it has awarded its first main infrastructure works project “WPC 1A” to WCT Holdings Berhad (WCT). This project is among many other infrastructure projects to be announced over the next five years for the 2,330 acre Kwasa Damansara township development.
The total value of Works Package Contract (WPC 1A) awarded to WCT is approximately RM127 million for the proposed construction and completion of common infrastructure works at Kwasa Damansara township development, a designated area within the vicinity of MX-1 (main town centre) and Kwasa Sentral MRT Station.
The award encompasses site clearance and site preparation, earthworks, roadworks, drainage works, road furniture, sewerage reticulation and sewerage treatment plant (STP-NSC), water reticulation, park and ride facilities, electrical infrastructure works, and soft and hard landscape works (NSC). Under the contract, WCT has to award 35% of the total works to Bumiputera subcontractors.
The main infrastructure works project should be completed within 104 weeks in line with the development expectations for the town centre MX-1.
“A total of 20 contractors were prequalified for the bidding exercise to undertake infrastructure works for the township development. Moving forward, Kwasa Land Sdn Bhd is expected to tender out Package 1B and Package 1C in November 2015.” said Kwasa Land managing director Dato’ Mohd Lotfy Mohd Noh.
WCT is one of Malaysia’s leading civil engineering and construction companies. It has a track record of 34 years in engineering and construction expertise covering F1 racing circuits, airports, dams and water supply schemes, expressways and highways, civil works and buildings.
Kwasa Damansara, located in the vicinity of Kota Damansara and Petaling Jaya, is a mix of residential, commercial, recreational, institutional and educational developments which when ready, would serve a target population catchment of 150,000.
The designated township is surrounded by a huge and matured Damansara suburb; served by no less than four expressways, and the setting up of two MRT stations that will make public transportation a breeze for those seeking accessibility and connectivity.