Case Study: Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor

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Construction media group BCI Asia named Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS) as among the finest developers at its 11th annual BCI Asia Awards 2015 ceremony.
PKNS was among Malaysia’s top 10 to be chosen and honoured with title of “BCI Asia Top Developers for 2015”. Together in the ranks with PKNS were United Malayan Land Bhd, Sime Darby Property Bhd and IJM Land Bhd.
According to its general manager Azlan Md Alifiah, as a corporation that has been in existent for the last 50 years, PKNS wants to show it is capable of being a developer that enriches people's life.
He says that PKNS has been a pioneer in property development and building townships. Among the townships it had a hand in developing are Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam and Bangi.
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This time around, the developer is looking to participate in the green building competition. Currently under development is PKNS’ own headquarters in Section 14, Shah Alam.
Its Laman PKNS is aiming to score a GBI platinum rating. It is the highest score for GBI rating. GBI is designed specifically for the tropical climate (hot and humid) and Malaysia’s current social, infrastructure and economic development.
In regards to becoming or maintaining its place as among the top developers, Azlan says PKNS has many projects at hand. It has 45 projects running concurrently now. By ramping up affordable housing, Azlan thinks that PKNS will be able to sustain its top developer place.
PKNS will be launching 3,000 units of affordable housing in Kota Puteri sometime November this year. Following that, for the last quarter of this year, it is looking to launch 2,000 units of affordable housing in Science Park 2 in Cyberjaya.
“These are among the biggest in terms of projects. But, we are also in the midst of constructing in terms of piling our projects in Datum Jelatek. We are embarking on PJ Sentral development for our Menara PKNS. (It is) A 57-storey iconic tower, right smack (in the middle) of PJ

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