Engineering and Construction

As the leading infrastructure developer in Malaysia, Gamuda has realised breakthrough engineering solutions for a multitude of infrastructure challenges locally and in various parts of the world with an aim to promote sustainable living.

For almost four decades, Gamuda’s hallmark of innovation, project management expertise and delivery consistency has earned us a sterling track record as the builder of choice for mega infrastructure projects.

Having successfully undertaken more than 40 major civil engineering works, we are now on the verge of our next big chapter – the MRT, Mass Rapid Transit (Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line) – with the appointment as the Project Delivery Partner (PDP) by the Government. The PDP will be primarily responsible to ensure the full completion of the 51km first line by 2017 within the prescribed project budget.

The integrated urban rail transit system will unite the existing rail networks available in the Klang Valley, namely the Putra Light Rail Transit Lines, Monorail, KTM Komuter and feeder bus routes with a single ticketing protocol, ensuring seamless travel convenience for commuters.

The MRT, Malaysia’s most ambitious and largest infrastructure project to-date, will consist of three lines and is expected to be fully completed and operational by the year 2020.

Leveraging on our continued success, we are constantly expanding our horizons to other parts of the world. Spreading our wings beyond Malaysian shores as early as more than a decade ago, we set foot in India in 2001 and secured two projects, the Panagarh-Palsit Highway and the Durgapur Expressway located at the Dankuni-Palsit Section, in the State of West Bengal.

The following year, we achieved the honour of being the first Malaysian infrastructure company to enter the Taiwanese construction industry in collaboration with New Asia Construction and Development Corporation, Taiwan, by clinching the Kaohsiung Mass Rapid Transit System’s Orange Line Package CO4 project.

Within the bustling Gulf region, we are present in Qatar and Bahrain for the construction of one of the most challenging projects within the Group, namely the New Doha International Airport and the Dukhan Highway in Qatar and the Sitra Causeway Bridges in Bahrain.

We are driven to further enhance our presence in the international engineering and infrastructure development arena, particularly in West Asia, India, Indo-China and the Far East.