(29579-T)

Lumut Naval Harbour
Malaysia (1978 - 1985)

The Lumut Naval Habour, also known as ‘The Home of Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN)’ is one of the earliest marine-based turnkey projects completed by Gamuda.

One of the earliest, and most challenging, marine-based turnkey projects Gamuda undertook was the Lumut Naval Dockyard and Offshore Structures project in Perak, which was completed in 1985. It was through this project that we honed our proficiency in large-scale marine engineering, a vast difference from constructing on-ground infrastructure.

The Lumut Naval base in Perak is known as the “The Home of Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN)”, where RMN's fleet headquarters, also called Kapal di-Raja Malaya, is located.

Lumut naval harbour

Client Ministry of Defence, Malaysia
Scope of Works
  • Construction of marine Structures
  • 6000 units prestressed and precast deck planks
  • 1500 units prestressed and precast deck beams
  • Deep water jetty 600m x 33m
  • Deep shallow jetty
  • Outer mole

Lumut naval base, dockyard complex and offshore structure

Client Ministry of Defence, Malaysia
Scope of Works

Construction and completion of heavy shiplifting jetties, quaywall and cooling water pumpstation:

  • 3,000 ton shiplift
  • 60 ton pull dolphin
  • Quaywall
  • 450 ton shiplift
  • 7,000 units of precast concrete steel conslabs
  • Cooling water pumpstation