From holistic and sustainable townships to innovative public infrastructure solutions, our expertise grows along with the needs of the industry.
Explore one of our three competency pillars below.
At Gamuda, we have significant experience in delivering major projects as both a project delivery partner and as a turnkey contractor, responsible for all phases from engineering through to commissioning.
Through KVMRT projects, we worked efficiently and managed more than 200 consultants and contractors to carry out multi-disciplinary roles from scheme design, route selection, management of the detailed design, construction, interfaces and integration until the successful commissioning of the metro rail system.
Successful interface management is a crucial component for a successful construction project as many interface problems may arise in the course of a complex project, and the degree of severity can affect the overall project performance in terms of speed, costs and even safety.
The creation of a smooth working relationship between dozens of contractors carrying out several dozen tasks beside, over or under each at various times of the day calls for a good level of understanding and coordination, and more so for a complex project such as the MRT, which we have successfully strategies and effectively implemented in our projects.
This inclusive approach allows us to effectively address challenges associated with constructability, design interfaces, safety and public inconvenience which are key factors in managing a mega infrastructure project
With extensive experience, industry knowledge and numerous projects, our stakeholder engagement and community management is a story to tell.
We have a strong delivery record in major infrastructure and has often taken a lead role, working closely with the project owner, to manage, coordinate and deliver stakeholder and community engagement activities within Greater Kuala Lumpur, with a population of nearly 12 million people.
The MRT Kajang Line and MRT Putrajaya Line, for example, is a game changer in the country’s public transportation development. As a national infrastructure project with alignment cutting across Klang Valley densely populated areas, the project was highly scrutinised and demanded both high quality and effective stakeholder management, finding a balance between progressing construction and minimising public inconvenience and potential complaints or objection.
Our proven record and achievements in managing community and sensitive issues throughout construction is a demonstration of our ability to shape successful project outcomes through meaningful engagement.
We effectively approach community management with core principals of openness, transparency, inclusiveness and collaboration. While encouraging two way open communication and information sharing.
Our stakeholders are an integral part of what we do, thus understanding and addressing their expectations is key towards strengthening the community relationship and a crucial element in completing our projects successfully.
MRT Kajang Line
Connected with 9,000 stakeholders
720 engagement sessions
recieved 3,000 enquiries
90% resolution rate
MRT Putrajaya Line
Over five years,
10,000 people connected
with nearlly across 860
Systems works are a key component in the construction of a railway line. Suppose the civil and structure (C&S) engineering outputs of a railway system is the skeleton and muscle of a body. In that case, system works are akin to the railway network's brain, circulatory and nerve.
Recognising the extreme demand of this highly sought-after expertise, Gamuda was one of the first local companies to attempt system integration in-house, starting with the Electrified Double Track Project (EDTP).
This effort allowed us to hone our skills and experience in integrating civil infrastructure works with the system aspects and eventually placed us at the forefront to undertake the systems integration works for the KVMRT projects.
Systems works for the KVMRT projects encompasses the design, manufacturing, testing and commissioning of electric passenger trains, track works, signalling and various systems for train control, power supply, communications and fare collection.
Seamless integration of each of these systems components is vital to deliver a safe and reliable transportation system and smooth train services that perform optimally in all phases of its life cycle.