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Mudajaya Group is set to triumph a RM300 million civil tender from Skypark Link-Lion Pacific (Slip) endeavor to aid in construct a railway link in Subang at Selangor, based on a source that has first-hand knowledge on the matter.
According to The Business Times, in April Slip manage seal a RM500 million rail job from the Transport Ministry for the construction of a rail link that will link Subang Jaya, Sri Subang and Subang Skypark. The project commits in replanting in the firm’s actual land and laying of a 4km doubletrack railway line on the current Keretapi Tanah Melayu line from Sri Subang to Subang Jaya station.
“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,” according to the sources.
Expected to complete by end of 2015, the project is the primary phase of a three-phase development.
“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,” noted the sources.
In the meantime, the rail project’s design consultant, KL Consult Associates Sdn Bhd, has ordered all bidders to resubmit their bids for the electromechanical portion of the tender.
Valued at RM60 million to RM65 million, the contract requires electrification, signaling, and communication works, and also installation of CCTV cameras and ticketing system.
The contract’s tender was announced beginning of this year and six entities had involved. They are Nakoda with a European party, CMC Engineering with a Chinese firm, Pestech Sdn Bhd-ABB Malaysia, Global Rail Sdn Bhd-Thales-Siemens Malaysia-Bormardier, Intelligent Essence Sdn Bhd-Siemens Malaysia-Balfour Beatty Rail Sdn Bhd and Artic Rail Sdn Bhd-India’s E to E Engineering
A source from the Transport Ministry added that Slip will likely award the contract in September.
(Based on an article by Propertyguru)
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