Pansar’s Perbena Emas wins $118m contract for Malaysia’s Unimas Teaching Hospital

WCN Editorial Team 18 Mar 2021 ASIA BUILDINGS

Perbena Emas, Pansar's subsidiary, has won a construction contract worth $118m to develop the Universiti Malaysia Sarawak’s (Unimas) Teaching Hospital in Kota Samarahan town, Sarawak, Malaysia. 

Pansar revealed in a statement that the contract encompasses the design and construction of a new teaching hospital and primary healthcare centre for Unimas in Sarawak, the Malaysian state located on the island of Borneo. 

The Sarawak contract is one of four such contracts, worth a total of $145.5m, involving construction of building and infrastructure works and facilities for various such educational institutions in Malaysia, reported Thestar.com. 

Hardware and building products supplier Pansar said: “This brings Perbena’s total outstanding order book to approximately $485m from $354m as of February 2021.” 

According to a statement by Pansar, the contract was awarded on March 10 during a ceremony held in Kuala Lumpur. 

In a different development, last month China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) bagged phase 2 construction work for the $2.43bn Rapid Transit System (RTS) that will connect the Malaysian city of Johar Bahru and Singapore. 

The project includes constructing a 25-metre-high viaduct with tunnels for the RTS link. Cost of construction is estimated at $135m.

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The contract encompasses the design and construction of a new teaching hospital and primary healthcare centre for Unimas in Sarawak. Credit: Esmonde Yong/Unsplash.

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