Malaysia Major Infrastructure Projects Pending Award 2010-2015

Here is a list of Major Infrastructure Projects Pending Award 2010 to 2015. Included the projects estimated value  and potential construction companies  that will be awarded.  Let's speculate which companies will grab those projects. It may worth it.


Projects

Estd. value
(RM’m)


Comments
Potential awards in 2010    

Pahang-Selangor water transfer (upstream: Kelau Dam, pumping station, pipes)

1,200

The pumping station package is close to being awarded to a Japanese-led consortium. This would be followed by the dam work package. 
Potential beneficiaries are Loh & Loh and George Kent.

Sepang low cost carrier terminal  (LCCT)

2,000

So far, two workpackages relating to earthworks totaling RM654m have been awarded to WCT (RM363m) and a Gadang JV (RM291m). The remaining packages are the: (i) main terminal and satellite building works worth RM1b (tender have closed),
and (ii) runway, worth RM300m-RM400m. The entire LCCT project is scheduled for completion by 3Q2011.  
Potential beneficiaries for the remaining work packages are UEM, Bina Puri, IJM, WCT and Sunway.

Klang Valley LRT extension (Kelana Jaya-Putra Heights-Sri Petaling, 17km)

Proposed line alignment was opened for public comments until 15 Dec 09.  Edge Weekly (19 Apr 10) reported that the main contractors pre-qualified (pre-Q) for the first package (Kelana Jaya line) would be announced soon. An award is expected in the next two months, and works would start in Nov 10. 
IJM, Gamuda, WCT, Sunway, Loh & Loh, UEM Builders, MRCB, Scomi and Putrajaya Perdana are the potential
beneficiaries.

Papar-Penampang (Sabah) dam and water treatment plant

2,800

Approved by the Sabah state government in Apr 09, the project is
believed to be a private finance initiative (PFI) project.  
Likely beneficiary is WCT.

Potential awards within 10MP (2011-15)

Pahang-Selangor water transfer (downstream: Langat  2
treatment plant)

5,000

Although Kumpulan Darul Ehsan was awarded the contract in Feb ’08 by the federal government, recent indications are that the Chinese contractors may eventually feature instead. 
Gamuda may benefit, riding on its experience in the SSP3 project.

Double tracking rail – Southern (Gemas-Johor Baru)

8,000

Chinese contractors have been offered a role in project construction during PM Najib’s diplomatic visit to China on 2-5 Jun, 09. This was reaffirmed during Chinese Premier’s 11 Nov 09 visit to Malaysia. 
IJM, Loh & Loh, and Fajarbaru may benefit, extending their existing works at the Seremban-Gemas stretch.

West Coast Expressway

3,000

The concession was awarded to an IJM consortium in 2007. The amendment terms are being finalised.

New Klang Valley LRT line (Kota Damansara-Cheras)
(40km)

9,000

All major contractors, i.e. IJM Corp, Gamuda, WCT, Sunway, Mudajaya, UEM Builders, MRCB and Scomi could be eyeing for a piece of the works.

Bakun Undersea Cable

6,000

Project owner is Sarawak Hidro, a unit of the MoF. An open
international tender was expected in Mar/Apr 10. A decision on
whether the project would take off is still pending.

Mengkuang Dam extension, Penang

1,200

This was an original 9MP project, shelved after the Mar 08 General Election, but reinstated in Jul 09. The Malaysian government has given an agreement in principal for the Chinese contractors to take on the works, during the Chinese Premier’s 11 Nov 09 visit to Malaysia.

Balleh Hydroelectric Project (1,400MW)

4,000

In the plan – to support heavy industries under SCORE.

Baram Hydroelectric Project (1,000MW)

2,800

In the plan – to support heavy industries under SCORE.

Wastewater Management System (Phases 2-4), Kuching

1,500

HSL consortium may benefit due to its involvement in Phase 1 worth RM452m.

Flood Mitigation Works (subsequent phases), Kuching

1,150

Naim Holdings JV holds the Letter of Intent (dated Feb 09) for the entire works in Kuching worth RM1.3b. 

TOTAL

54,650

 

Sources:Maybank-IB

Here is a list of Major Infrastructure Projects Pending Award 2010 to 2015. Included the projects estimated value  and potential construction companies  that will be awarded.  Let's speculate which companies will grab those projects. It may worth it.


Projects

Estd. value
(RM’m)


Comments
Potential awards in 2010    

Pahang-Selangor water transfer (upstream: Kelau Dam, pumping station, pipes)

1,200

The pumping station package is close to being awarded to a Japanese-led consortium. This would be followed by the dam work package. 
Potential beneficiaries are Loh & Loh and George Kent.

Sepang low cost carrier terminal  (LCCT)

2,000

So far, two workpackages relating to earthworks totaling RM654m have been awarded to WCT (RM363m) and a Gadang JV (RM291m). The remaining packages are the: (i) main terminal and satellite building works worth RM1b (tender have closed),
and (ii) runway, worth RM300m-RM400m. The entire LCCT project is scheduled for completion by 3Q2011.  
Potential beneficiaries for the remaining work packages are UEM, Bina Puri, IJM, WCT and Sunway.

Klang Valley LRT extension (Kelana Jaya-Putra Heights-Sri Petaling, 17km)

Proposed line alignment was opened for public comments until 15 Dec 09.  Edge Weekly (19 Apr 10) reported that the main contractors pre-qualified (pre-Q) for the first package (Kelana Jaya line) would be announced soon. An award is expected in the next two months, and works would start in Nov 10. 
IJM, Gamuda, WCT, Sunway, Loh & Loh, UEM Builders, MRCB, Scomi and Putrajaya Perdana are the potential
beneficiaries.

Papar-Penampang (Sabah) dam and water treatment plant

2,800

Approved by the Sabah state government in Apr 09, the project is
believed to be a private finance initiative (PFI) project.  
Likely beneficiary is WCT.

Potential awards within 10MP (2011-15)

Pahang-Selangor water transfer (downstream: Langat  2
treatment plant)

5,000

Although Kumpulan Darul Ehsan was awarded the contract in Feb ’08 by the federal government, recent indications are that the Chinese contractors may eventually feature instead. 
Gamuda may benefit, riding on its experience in the SSP3 project.

Double tracking rail – Southern (Gemas-Johor Baru)

8,000

Chinese contractors have been offered a role in project construction during PM Najib’s diplomatic visit to China on 2-5 Jun, 09. This was reaffirmed during Chinese Premier’s 11 Nov 09 visit to Malaysia. 
IJM, Loh & Loh, and Fajarbaru may benefit, extending their existing works at the Seremban-Gemas stretch.

West Coast Expressway

3,000

The concession was awarded to an IJM consortium in 2007. The amendment terms are being finalised.

New Klang Valley LRT line (Kota Damansara-Cheras)
(40km)

9,000

All major contractors, i.e. IJM Corp, Gamuda, WCT, Sunway, Mudajaya, UEM Builders, MRCB and Scomi could be eyeing for a piece of the works.

Bakun Undersea Cable

6,000

Project owner is Sarawak Hidro, a unit of the MoF. An open
international tender was expected in Mar/Apr 10. A decision on
whether the project would take off is still pending.

Mengkuang Dam extension, Penang

1,200

This was an original 9MP project, shelved after the Mar 08 General Election, but reinstated in Jul 09. The Malaysian government has given an agreement in principal for the Chinese contractors to take on the works, during the Chinese Premier’s 11 Nov 09 visit to Malaysia.

Balleh Hydroelectric Project (1,400MW)

4,000

In the plan – to support heavy industries under SCORE.

Baram Hydroelectric Project (1,000MW)

2,800

In the plan – to support heavy industries under SCORE.

Wastewater Management System (Phases 2-4), Kuching

1,500

HSL consortium may benefit due to its involvement in Phase 1 worth RM452m.

Flood Mitigation Works (subsequent phases), Kuching

1,150

Naim Holdings JV holds the Letter of Intent (dated Feb 09) for the entire works in Kuching worth RM1.3b. 

TOTAL

54,650

 

Sources:Maybank-IB

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