MRTs and Railways

At Gamuda, we believe in creating infrastructure that empowers the communities. Steadfast in our aim to contribute to nation building, we aspire to enhance the connectivity between people and places, while providing Malaysians with world-class infrastructure that yield long-term sustainability and improved quality of life.

Through our inherent values of innovation and excellence, we are driven to envision, design and construct distinct infrastructure and residences that challenge the boundaries of imagination and redefine the status quo.

Striving for avant-garde solutions is fundamental in everything we do – from delivering cityscape-transforming structures to life-changing homes; our unwavering passion has earned us a reputation as one of the leading engineering, infrastructure concession and property development groups in Asia and beyond.

With proven expertise in large-scale project and construction management, MMC-Gamuda was appointed the Project Delivery Partner (PDP) for the construction of the Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit by the Government. The MRT – the nation’s largest infrastructure project – will serve as the cornerstone of a new sustainable integrated transport system in the Klang Valley, home to an estimated 10 million people by 2020.

The Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit will have a network of lines incorporate with interchanges for the LRT, Monorail and KTMB Komuter, and served by intra- and inter-city bus routes to form an efficient public transportation system to address the severe traffic congestion in the city centre.

Apart from Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit project, we are on target to complete the Electrified Double Track Project (EDTP) from Ipoh-Padang Besar, the second largest infrastructure project in Malaysia after the MRT.

Our rail expertise also extends to Taiwan where we, together with New Asia Development Corporation (Taiwan), constructed the Kaohsiung Mass Rapid Transit (KMRT) Orange Line in Taiwan. Worth noting, Gamuda was the first Malaysian company to successfully enter the Taiwanese construction industry in 2002.