PROJECT PORTFOLIO


Annexe Phase 2C


The Johor State Government (“JSG”) has identified the insufficient number of meeting rooms and the necessities for expansion of Unit Perancang Ekonomi Negeri Johor (“UPENJ”) at BDJM.
JSG has decided to have 2 new blocks or annexes to the existing building and also to upgrade and improve the existing common meeting rooms and


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Badan Perhubungan UMNO Negeri Johor Office Complex


Located at Jalan Ariffin, Yahya Awal, 4 km from Johor Bahru city centre, BPUNJ Office complex will be developed in 2 phases, where phases 1 consist of the development of office block and Phase 2 consist of the development of the multi-purpose hall.This will allow normal operation to continue will construction is underway.


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Fire & Rescue Station Nusajaya


The initiative for the development of the Nusajaya Fire & Rescue Station began in 2007 following presentations to the Johor State Director and Deputy Director-General (Development) of the Johor State Fire and Rescue Department (“Bomba Johor”) and Malaysian Fire and Rescue Department (“MFRD”), respectively. The nearest fire stations are located at Larkin, Johor Bahru and


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Kota Iskandar Mosque


The crowning glory
The Mosque sits aloft the highest elevation in
Kota Iskandar, serving as a visual gateway to
the new administrative
Its majesty is reiterated by a faceted glass skylight
that crowns the building, bathing worshippers in
natural light, and the six minarve centre.ets that cut
through the skyline with a graceful yet reverent


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THE MOSQUE AT KOTA ISKANDAR


The crowning glory
 
The Mosque sits aloft the highest elevation in Kota Iskandar, serving as a visual gateway to the new administrative centre.
Its majesty is reiterated by a faceted glass skylight that crowns the building, bathing worshippers in natural light, and the six minarets that cut through the skyline with a graceful yet


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Johor State Pavilion


Going above and beyond
 
In December 2007, we were commissioned by the State Economic Planning Unit to capture the Spirit of Johor in an architectural showcase at the Malaysia Agriculture, Horticulture, and Agro-tourism (MAHA) exhibition site.
Paying homage to Johor’s rich cultural identity, the 1,000 sq.m. pavilion situated on 1,360.50 sq.m. of land boldly


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Bangunan Dato’ Abdul Rahman Andak


Creating a harmonious work culture
 
The social and interactive aspects of a traditional kampong lifestyle were re-interpreted in BDARA, two crescent-shaped buildings that house eight government departments. The creative embodiment of a village abode, the complex was designed to encourage human interaction and to inspire a work culture that is more open, collaborative and


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Bangunan Dato’ Muhamad Salleh Perang & Bangunan Dato’ Muhamad Ibrahim Munsyi


State Department Complex
 
Harmonising tradition with progression
 
Setting a new standard in local architecture for its graceful balance between the traditional design and the contemporary stylised interpretations, this government complex is truly a workplace with a difference.
The convivial atmosphere of the kampong welcomes all through a medley of architectural nuances such as


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Dataran Mahkota


Central Square
 
The centre of attention
 
A stunning landscaped centre-piece anchors all components of Kota Iskandar, engaging visitors, tourists and civil servants in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Dataran Mahkota is the focal point of Kota Iskandar and symbolically reflecting the people’s faith in the one God.
 
Conceived in the manner of


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Bangunan Dato’ Jaafar Muhammad


Office of the Chief Minister and State Secretariat
 
The splendid seat of government
 
The Legislative State Assembly building and its operational arm, the Office of the Chief Minister and State Secretariat building, occupy commanding positions, facing one another along the Qiblat Axis. From its lofty position, BDJM not only oversees the administration of


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